Eurasian Economic Union under Russian Influence: Implications for China and the Region

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China is a rising economic power; some of the analyst has started calling it the superpower in making. The geographic location and geopolitical conditions pertaining to political volatility in region are devising new spaces for countries. Russian, China, India Pakistan, Iran Afghanistan and Central Asian republics are historically bound in geographic, cultural and trade ties. This paper in historical context of soviet disintegration views the creation of interregional and international economic spaces in   and their impact particularly on China and on the region in general.


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