Prospects for the development of the Eurasian Economic Union in the context of external economic security of the Russian Federation

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The current integration processes on the former Soviet Union are analyzed at this article. It is noted in particular, that integration is being developed rapidly, but its driving force for Russia in most cases is political need rather than economic expediency. As much that circumstance makes integration processes unstable, which are influenced both by inner regional political events and external political factors rather than economic ones. There is an attempt to prove the usefulness of development and implementation of the common economic policy within the analyzed integrating country group and first of all in real economy spheres, lead to strengthen the economic interdependency of EEU member states. It has to have a positive effect on integration union stability and as aftermath to enhance external economic security of Russian Federation, which is the integrator country.

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N P Gusakov

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Email: gnp45@mail.ru

I V Andronova

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Email: aiv1207@mail.ru

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