The politic and legal analysis of some integration associations and nations restrictive measures against Russian Federation, russian citizens and entities

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The political and legal analysis of a complex of the restrictive measures (sanctions) imposed on the Russian Federation and its citizens and legal entities concerning acceptance to the structure of Russia the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol as new subjects of the Russian Federation - the Republic of Crimea and the city of federal significance Sevastopol, on the basis of results of will of inhabitants of the peninsula of Crimea, by some integration associations and the foreign states such as the European Union, the United States of America, the Swiss Confederation, the Australian union, is provided in the article. The restrictive measures entered by Russia concerning a number of the foreign states and being «reciprocal» and directed on prevention of further development of deterioration of the interstate relations are also considered in the article. The author notes that the restrictive measures imposed by the states, as a rule, have a negative impact in the first place, it is for the states that impose such sanctions measures, thus, aiming to change the political vector of a State. The article concludes that despite some positive trends in the development of Russia's political, economic and social spheres in the framework of the «sanctions regime», the majority of politicians of the Russian Federation expects to resolve the situation through diplomatic dialogue on the basis of the positions of rationality in the approach to building bilateral relations, as well as with only in the framework of respect for international law principles and norms.

A A Klishas

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: klishas.rudn@gmail.com
The Department of Constitutional Law and Constitutional Proceedings Law Institute

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