The Role of the West in Evolving World Order, and Russian Politics

Sravnitelʹnaâ Politika. 2016;7(1(22)):58-82 DOI 10.18611/2221-3279-2016-7-1(22)-58-82


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Journal Title: Sravnitelʹnaâ Politika

ISSN: 2221-3279 (Print); 2412-4990 (Online)

Publisher: Jurist, Publishing Group

Society/Institution: Institute of socio-economic and political researches

LCC Subject Category: Political science: Political science (General)

Country of publisher: Russian Federation

Language of fulltext: Russian, English

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A. D. Voskressenski


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Time From Submission to Publication: 8 weeks


Abstract | Full Text

Coexistence of structurally different modernities with various historical backgrounds and systemic/structural organizations leads to the coexistence of different traditional and new actors within the same spatial-temporal continuum of international relations, with macroregions and nation-states differentiating in accordance with structural principles of their organization. The type of political access in particular nation-states and the combination of different types of political access in macroregions of different structural organizations and historical phase, ultimately determine a development strategy, the tone and priorities of foreign policy of states which still have powerful infl uence on further evolution of world politics space. Identifying such interrelations helps to analyze the impact of the type of social and political access within states, coalitions of states and global regions on the evolution and features of world politics space as well as to employ social engineering of national and global space to maximize benefi ts in the process of social development. Theoretical and empirical conceptualization of interdependence between external and internal processes, including political component, makes it possible to develop applied theories of competitive regional and national development patterns based on higher cooperative trends in national strategies for modernization and development while defending adequately national interests.