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Post-soviet space : background and the results of regionalization

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Kaledin, Nikolai

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Abstract The article deals with the regionalization of social processes and their specific manifestations in the post-Soviet space. According to the author, regionalization is developing at four levels-international (macroregional), subregional, intraregional and on country levels. The most important one is the international level. Specific features of regionalization at each level of the post-Soviet space are described. The author draws a conclusion that the post-Soviet space is the epicenter of regionalization in contemporary world.
Keywords regionalization; social process; transformation; post-socialist country; historical development; regionalism; regional factors; integration; political factors; socioeconomic factors
Classification Area Development Planning, Regional Research; Social History, Historical Social Research
Document language English
Publication Year 2009
Page/Pages p. 26-35
Journal Baltic Region (2009) 1
Status Postprint; reviewed
Licence Basic Digital Peer Publishing Licence