THE STATE POLICY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION ON THE NORTHERN AND ARCTIC TERRITORIES IN THE 1990S: STAGES, PRIORITIES, MECHANISMS, AND RESULTS

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Kovalenko S. G.
Yanchev D. V. D. V.
Shestak O. I.
Boldyreva S. Y.
Boldyrev R. Y.

Keywords

state policy, Russian federation, , northern and arctic territories, stages, priorities

Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of the study is to determine the state policy of the Russian Federation on the Northern and Arctic territories in the 1990s.


Methodology: This is analytical-logical research that has been done through content analysis and documentary and library research.


Result: Results showed that First of all Russia abruptly changed the priorities of its policy to the Far North setting the course to leave the region in all spheres. Dozens of polar expeditions from the USA, Norway, and Germany were sent to the Russian sector of polar lands. Russia itself rapidly turned off its economic presence in the North. “The North Pole-31” (drifting polar station) was stopped for 12 years on June 25, 1991.


Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.


Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of the state policy of the Russian Federation on the northern and arctic territories in the 1990s is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.

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