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In July 2018, RIAC completed and, for the first time, published studying and teaching materials in English. Given the high research and educational interest, the publication focused on the issues of Eurasian integration: "EAEU: Economic Integration Space". The author, Marina Lapenko, RIAC expert, is an associate Professor at Chernyshevsky National Research Saratov State University.

In July 2018, RIAC completed and, for the first time, published studying and teaching materials in English. Given the high research and educational interest, the publication focused on the issues of Eurasian integration: "EAEU: Economic Integration Space". The author, Marina Lapenko, RIAC expert, is an associate Professor at Chernyshevsky National Research Saratov State University.

For the first time, the information on the Eurasian Economic Union is represented in a concise and accessible form for those who actively use English in their professional sphere. The intensive development of this integration association naturally generated demand for information about it, especially in a well-structured form. However, English-language editions with comprehensive information on the EAEU have been extremely rare up to the present time. RIAC fills this gap and expects that the publication will contribute to building a meaningful dialog with foreign university and professional communities.

The materials are devoted to the development of Eurasian integration at the present stage, the history of Eurasian integration development is represented in the theoretical context of the experience of the integration entities development in the world. Some chapters cover the prospects and scenarios of EAEU development. The materials are intended to be used for educational purposes by teachers, post-graduate students, students, and might be useful for the specialists on Eurasian integration issues.

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