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This working paper has been prepared by the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) as part of the project entitles “Eurasian Economic Integration: Effective Models of Experts’ Interaction.” The aim of this publication is to present the views of experts on the development of the EAEU up until 2025. The paper considers promising areas of integration: transport and logistics; agro-industrial policy; the free movement of goods, labour and education in the EAEU space; and the prospects for the EAEU’s international ties up to 2025. This, of course, is not an exhaustive list of possible areas for integration. It is, however, feasible given the national priorities and expectations of the EAEU member states, an analysis of which has been included as a separate section of this working paper. An understanding of these priorities and expectations is essential to the elaboration of promising areas of integration.

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This working paper has been prepared by the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) as part of the project entitles “Eurasian Economic Integration: Effective Models of Experts’ Interaction.” The aim of this publication is to present the views of experts on the development of the EAEU up until 2025. The paper considers promising areas of integration: transport and logistics; agro-industrial policy; the free movement of goods, labour and education in the EAEU space; and the prospects for the EAEU’s international ties up to 2025. This, of course, is not an exhaustive list of possible areas for integration. It is, however, feasible given the national priorities and expectations of the EAEU member states, an analysis of which has been included as a separate section of this working paper. An understanding of these priorities and expectations is essential to the elaboration of promising areas of integration.

The articles included in this paper have been written by young experts who took part in the joint RIAC–Eurasian Economic Commission schools in 2015–2016 entitled “Eurasian Economic Integration: Priorities, Prospects and Tools” and “The EAEU: Integration for All. Effects and Prospects until 2025.”

Authors: E.S. Alekseenkova, Ph.D. in Political Science; I.S. Glotova, Ph.D. in Economics; A.V. Devyatkov, Ph.D. in History; V.A. Morozov; A.Y. Osinina; E.V. Pak; A.N. Starostin, Ph.D. in History; S.M. Yun, Ph.D. in History.

Copy Editors: I.N. Timofeev, Ph.D. in Political Science; T.A. Makhmutov, Ph.D. in Political Science; E.S. Alekseenkova, Ph.D. in Political Science; V.A. Morozov.

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