Arctic and North

The Russian region policy in the Arctic in the XX−ХХI centuries: problems of strategic continuity

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Timoshenko A.

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The report considers problems of continuity in the Russian state’s policy towards the Arctic region and the Northern Sea Route. Traced the main strategic directions of the state interests in the northern territories in the twentieth century and expansion them to XXI century, associated with the preservation of the Russian Federation the status of a major Arctic power. In the regional Arc-tic policy is permanent, regardless of changing political regimes.

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Timoshenko Albina, senior scientific worker of sector social-economic history of the Institute of History SB RAS (Novosibirsk), Ph. D. in History. Priority re-search topics: social and economic history of Siberia, including the Arctic territories, government regional policy. Contact phone: 8-383-333-81-80, 8-913-772-54-60. E-mail address: timoshen-koai@ngs.ru.

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Russia, Arctic, policy, strategy, state interests

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