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Россия И Украина: Поиск Точек Соприкосновения Социально-Экономических Интересов
[Russia and Ukraine: Search of the Common Ground of Social and Economic Interests]

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  • Соколова Татьяна Владимировна

В статье рассматриваются социальные аспекты процесса дезинтеграции во взаимоотношениях России и Украины. Исследуются субъективные и объективные факторы, препятствующие компромиссным решениям перед заключением Украиной Соглашения об ассоциации с ЕС. The social aspects of the process of disintegration in relationship of Russia and Ukraine are considered in the paper. The subjective and objective factors interfering compromise solutions before the conclusion by Ukraine of the Agreement on association with EU are investigated.

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Length: 12 pages
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Publication status: Published in Вестник Института экономики Российской академии наук, 2014, N 1, с. 110-121
Handle: RePEc:rua:wpaper:a:pso317:2
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