Russia-Kazakhstan Border Cooperation and its Impact on Two States’ Economic Security

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The article demonstrates that the 20-year history of the Russia-Kazakhstan border cooperation is related to many areas: migration of citizens, the longest border in the post-Soviet region, drug trafficking, high level of conflict in the border regions, the outflow of the local population of Kazakhstan to the border regions of Russia, the legal regulation of cross-border cooperation between the Russian Federation and Kazakhstan, etc. In this regard, the author comes to the conclusions focused on further stabilizing of the Russia-Kazakhstan border cooperation.

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R E Sagindikov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of Russian History




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