Slavic Eurasia's Integration into the World Economy and Community
This book explores the integration of Russia and other former Soviet satellite states into the world economy following the end of the Cold War. Contributions examine, among other things, the post-Cold War transformation of 'state socialism,' Russia's relationship with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Russia's oil and gas exports and the consequences for its national economy, and the outlook for emerging welfare states in Eastern Europe. Contributions also look at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the impact of Chinese migration into Russia's Far East, and media reforms under Vladimir Putin.
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