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Issue № 69. August 2018

Qualitative Changes in Modern Technologies and Their Impact on Russia-EU Relations

Evgeny N. Pashentsev

DSc (History), Professor, Leading Researcher at the Diplomatic Academy of the MFA of Russia, professor at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Director of the International Center for Socio-Political Studies and Consulting, Moscow, the Russian Federation.
E-mail: icspsc@mail.ru

The relations between Russia and the EU are important for both sides. Researchers from different countries are coming to this conclusion. However, they give different answers to the question which factors have raised the confrontation between two sides. The article aims to give the analysis of global shifts influencing the current state and perspectives of EU-Russia relations with special attention to the new technologies shaping all sphere of social life including the sphere of international relations. There are serious grounds for imagining further degradation of EU-Russia relations up to the highly undesirable and dangerous point of collapse and the use of military means. However, at the same time, there are also opportunities to increase trust, and build over time friendly relations between states not only in Europe but throughout the world. Of course, this will require radical changes in different countries taking into account their national backgrounds, historical experience and shared realities and trends of the 21st century.

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Global shifts, international relations, new technologies, sophisticated technologies, European Union, Russia.Экономические вопросы управления

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