Post-Soviet Eurasia in the Era of Global Transformations: the Challenge of Institutionality and Governance

Аватков В.А., Евстафьев Д.Г.

Abstract

The transformations of global politics and the economy are developing according to the scenario of the systemic crisis of the post-industrial postmodern as a universalist system of social, political and economic management. These crisis transformations, first of all, affect, first of all, the spatially important regions of the world, providing the interface of globally significant industrial «cores». In fact, at this stage we observe the division of actors of global geo-economic, and, in the future, geopolitical processes into «subjects» and «objects» of politics. This brings to the fore the issues of managing the processes of structuring space and institutionalization in the context of political deuniversalization. For post-Soviet Eurasia in the neo-global world, there are a number of challenges associated with the need to change approaches to managing political and economic processes. The institutions created in the previous political era to ensure the socalled «Eurasian integration» as an element of building a global world in modern conditions of geo-economic «enclosure» are not completely relevant. This puts on the agenda the question of finding new forms of organizational institutionalization of medium-term economic and political processes.

Keywords

macroregions; socio-political hybridity; neoglobality; institutionalization; development management.

DOI: 10.31249/rsm/2023.03.04

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