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 Monday, March 20 2017 14:51

Anzhela Stepanyan

Expert: Eurasia and its central segment - Russia try to impose  themselves not as marginal, but as a central players. 

Expert: Eurasia and its central segment - Russia try to impose  themselves not as marginal, but as a central players. 

ArmInfo. Eurasia and its central segment - Russia - try to estimate themselves not as a peripheral  but as center, and this is the  very  essence  of what is going on now,  Fyodor Lukyanov, the chief editor of Russia in Global Policy  journal  states his opinion. 

" In political meaning borders of Eurasia  is a mass of  objectively  interconnected territories. It used to be considered as peripheral:  Chinese or European periphery, at that Europe being the western part  of Eurasia.  By now, this is not a cultural term, but based on  economy  and logistics , and it does not need a formalization from  the point of borders. And it is a  fact that Europe  being a part of  Eurasia would be beneficial for Russia, because it is quite unclear  what will  happen in Europe.  Meanwhile, many things are solved  exactly in European area," he mentioned.  

Within all this, the Middle East, according to the expert  estimations, is under conditions of painful and dangerous  rearrangement, and there is nothing good to be expected of that. But  the Middle East  is also the generator of unsustainability  waives,  coming to the territory of Big Eurasia. 

According to the expert, the current situation leading to ISIS  fiasco, is close to the end. But the people, living at the  territories being under ISIS control, do not disappear, they live  where they did. And the issue of their return to the premanent  residence location is very painful. Exactly this return will be the  hardest consequence of  the victory in the struggle against ISIS. 

The contradictions between Iran and Turkey, being the key figure of  Eurasian sustainability,  are not good as well. And the heart of the  matter is exactly how the eurasian   space could separate itself of  negative tendencies  in  Middle East processes. 

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