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Наименование публикации:Litvinenko260216Авторы:Литвиненко Т. В. 
Treivish A.I.
Тематическая область:География
Вид публикации:Статья в журнале
Электронная публикация:НетЯзык издания:РусскийГод издания:2015Страна издания: Россия Наименование журнала или сборника:Regional Research of RussiaНомер журнала (с указанием года):2015. Vol. 5, No.3. Наименование издательства:SpringerКод ISSN или ISBN:ISSN: 2079-9705Количество страниц:8Количество печатных листов:1Тираж, экз:500Издание:Издание РАН,
Издание перечня ВАК
Библиографическая ссылка:Treivish A.I., Litvinenko T. V. Eastern Russia: Space, Role, and Problems of Development // Regional Research of Russia. 2015. Vol. 5, No.3. P. 203–211. Аннотация (реферат):

Abstract—Russia’s division into two, principally its European and Asian, parts looks very traditional. How

ever, this regionalization does not necessarily coincide with division into West and East, which concerns

internal spatial proportions and asymmetry of the country rather than its cultural identity and other not quite

geographical connotations. The article clarifies the concept and the border of Eastern Russia and its position

in the country and the world. Some of the economic, geopolitical, and other characteristics of the East, with

its comparative advantages and disadvantages, are identified and discussed. It was determined that the strong

socioeconomic sparseness of Eastern Russia has always been and remains the consequence of persistent

underdevelopment of the territory, associated with harsh natural conditions, history, and geographical asym

metry of the exploration process. At the same time, Eastern Russia is a huge resourceecological and ethnoc

ultural reserve and not only Russian. Eastern Russia makes the country what it is, and it stands out in the

world—first in total area; transcontinental and interoceanic in geographical location; rich in natural

resources; and diverse in culture and historical traditions. This part of Russia reflects such a common feature

of the country as the East–West asymmetry of its development.

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