Russia in Crisis? Prospects for the Future

Agniszka Bryc

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/18362

Abstrakt


The aim of the article is to outline the implications and prospects for Russia after the financial and political crisis. On one hand, Russia can continue on the current path, which has survived the impact of the global financial crisis, but which is increasingly put the country into stagnation. On the other hand, it can attempt to modernize itself – both economically and politically – in order to prepare itself for the challenges of the modern world.Full text: http://bazhum.muzhp.pl/czasopismo/589/?idno=14762


Słowa kluczowe


financial crisis; political crisis; protests in Russia; Russia’s foreign policy; modernization of Russia

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