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Book
Russia: A Thorny Transition from Communism

Lukin A.

Delhi: Vij Books India, 2019.

Article
Russian–Chinese Cooperation in Central Asia and the Idea of Greater Eurasia

Lukin A.

India Quarterly. 2019. Vol. 75. No. 1. P. 1-14.

Book chapter
Active consumers in Russian electric power industry: barriers and opportunities

Volkova I., Сальникова Е. А., Гительман Л. М.

In bk.: Challenges and Solutions in the Russian Energy Sector. Springer, 2018. Ch. 4. P. 27-35.

The new Cold War and the emerging Greater Eurasia

Professor Sergey Karaganov argues that the current state of international relations can be characterized as a new Cold War with Eurasia emerging as its major battlefield and at the same time as a second, non-Western pole of a new confrontation

The reason for it is that the United States and some European countries are trying to reverse the decline of their dominance which they have enjoyed over the past five hundred years. The current situation is much more dangerous than it used to be during the previous Cold War, but this attempt will most likely prove futile. While the world comes through a period of intensifying competition, it will stimulate reformatting of the global geopolitical, geo-economic, and geo-ideological space. The authors assume that the evolution of the international system goes in the direction of a new bipolarity, where Eurasia will play a role of a new geostrategic and economic pole, while the West, probably limited by “Greater America” will become another one. In this new international reality, the U.S. will drift from the status of superpower to the position of an important global center of power. However, at the moment the contours of Greater Eurasia are only beginning to take shape.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1879366518300174