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Issue № 68. June 2018

Russia and the West: Can We Get out of the Deadlock?

Oleg P. Ivanov, Aleksander V. Kopylov

Oleg P. Ivanov — Dr.Sc. (Political Science), professor, Vice-Rector for Research of the Diplomatic Academy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Russian Federation.
E-mail: oleg.ivanov@dipacademy.ru

Aleksander V. Kopylov — Dr.Sc. (Political Science), professor, independent expert on geopolitics, Russian Federation
E-mail: shashike@mail.ru

This article focuses on the peculiarities of the current contradictions between the Russian Federation and the West. In particular, it explains the fundamental reasons for the crisis in their relations, the Western perception of Russia and possible consequences of the situation’s evolvement. Special attention is paid to relations between Russia and the EU and some facets of the integration processes in Eurasia. The authors propose a way to resolve the crisis.

Keywords

Russia, the West, EU, U.S.A., containment, deterrence, EAEU, integration processes, China, terrorism

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