The strongholds of Russian coastal borderlands: economic dynamics amid geopolitical turbulence
... patterns across Russia’s coastal borderlands, in their water and land areas. It is shown that Russian economic and military activities have clustered there to create 14 ‘strongholds’, including two emerging ones. The current confrontation between Russia and the West is accompanied by the country’s growing maritime presence, particularly in its western borderlands, the revitalisation and expansion of its ‘strongholds’, and economic diversification. The economic systems of the country’s leading coastal region have proven to be highly resistant to geopolitical turbulence; this is partly explained ...
Typology of small towns in the western borderland regions of Russia
... regional framework of the settlement system. In strategic regions, like the ones of the Western borderland, small towns, inter alia, become significant for ensuring national interests along the state border of Russia. The article presents the author's version of the typology of small towns in the Western borderlands of Russia, based on the statistical and analytical databases. Due to the limited research tools for assessing the level of development and quality of life in individual cities, the proposed assessment methodology may be interesting for conducting similar ...
One Belt - One Road Initiative: A Window of Opportunity for Russia’s Western Border Regions
... aspects of the One Belt — One Road initiative implementation, based on the Chinese and Russian studies. Another goal is to weigh up the risks and benefits associated with the extension of the project to Russian territories. Special attention is paid to Russia’s western borderlands — 17 regions that account for 8.6 % of the country’s territory, 17.4 % of the total GRP, and 20.8 % of the national population. We analyse the factors in effect — including geopolitical ones, as well as current trends in the development ...
Demographic Situation and Demographic Security in the Regions of Russia’s Western Borderlands
... regulating migrations, and overcoming a skewed age and sex structure. I provide a detailed definition of the notion of demographic security and a list of indicators for evaluating it. I stress typological differences in the demographic situation across Russia’s western borderlands to ensure a differentiated approach to providing regional demographic security. In this study, I use economic- statistical methods, a comparative analysis, and an empirical typology of regions based on the above indicators. In terms of theory,...
Some features of external migration processes in the coastal regions of the Western borderlands of Russia
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Lialina A. V.
external migration, Western borderlands, coastal regions, border regions, migration effectiveness, age-specific...
Typological differences between the coastal regions of Russia's Western borderlands
... under study vary from each other, but each of them plays a vital role in the country's economy. The author aims to identify their typological differences in order to improve federal and regional policy towards to the coastal regions of the Western Borderlands. To attain the goal, first, the types of regions under study were identified... ... gravitational force of the sea, development factor, typology of regions, west of Russia
Coastal and western border centers in the system of large cities of modern Russia: socio-economic and innovation development.
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26. Zemtsov S., Barinova V. The paradigm changing of regional innovation policy in Russia: From equalization to smart specialization // Voprosy Ekonomiki. 2016. № 10. Р. 65—81. doi: org/10.32609/0042-8736-2016-10-65-81.
Kuznetsova T. Yu., Gorochnaya V. V., Rostovtsev N. G.
large cities, coastal cities, Russian Western Borderlands, economic security, innovation security, cluster analysis.
Geopolitical turbulence and its economic and geographical projections: the case of Russia’s western border regions
... the Russian economy, which is being influenced by recent geopolitical changes. The author assesses the economic resistance of Russia’s western border regions to geopolitical turbulence. Special attention is paid to the typology of border regions, which is built ... ... consciousness and embodied in scientific discourse.
geopolitics, geopolitical turbulence, Russia, Western Borderlands, regions, regional economic development
Western border regions of Russia: delimitation, structure, typology
This article is devoted to the western border regions of Russia, which play an important role in terms of history, geopolitics, geoeconomy, culture, and mindset. Relying on the interpretations ... ... периферия»? // Балтийский регион. 2010. № 2. С. 5—15.
Druzhinin A. G.
border, Russia, Western borderlands, regions, geopolitics, typology
Russia-European Union and Russian-Chinese borderlands: economic and demographic dimension
... importantly, the country straddles two continents. Located between two principal economic actors (the European Union and China), Russia binds the huge Eurasian continent into a single whole. It is very important to study Russian-European and Russian-Chinese ... ... essay a border region study — a comparative analysis of the socio-economic and demographic processes taking place in Russia’s western regions bordering on the EU and eastern ones bordering on China. My findings may contribute to providing a rationale for ...
Potential of Russian-Indian scientific cooperation (the case of western border regions of Russia)
... interaction in various fields of scientific knowledge. The geography of the study is 268 cities of India and 44 cities of the Western borderland of Russia. The research hypothesis supports the assumption that in Indian-Russian scientific cooperation, the factor of territorial remoteness can be compensated by a similar level of scientific and technological (S&T) development and the priorities of national scientific systems. The research methodology is based on spatial scientometrics....
The Baltic-Pontic region in the Europe-Eurasia dual system
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The Role of Tourism in the Development of Russia’s Northwestern Border Regions
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3. Aleksandrova, A. Yu., Stupina, O. S. 2014. Turistskoe regionovedenie: Vliyanie regionalnoy integracii na mirovoy turistskiy... ... border traffic and the development of retail trade in the Kaliningrad region and Polish borderlands, Balt. Reg., no.4 (26), p. 135—149. DOI: 10.5922/2079-8555-2015-4-8.
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