The Northern Sea Route as a catalyst for integration in North East Asia

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Integration process in North East Asia is moved slowly with lots of difficulties. The article considers NEA countries cooperation in the Arctic (Northern sea route particularly) as one of potential tools to boost their trade links with Russia and European Union correspondingly. In its turn Russia can use it to develop its Far Eastern and Arctic regions. In addition this kind of cooperation lets NEA countries to formulate some provisions for future integration accord.

Integration, trade, north east asia, arctic, northern sea route, european union

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