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Дата публикации статьи в журнале: 2020/03/16
Название журнала: Восточно Европейский Научный Журнал, Выпуск: 54, Том: 8, Страницы в выпуске: 4-11
Анотация: In the following article, I apply the comparative approach based on the empirical data of the crosscountry development in Central Asia (CA), the democratic activities in the region. It was revealed that the immense amounts of the technical and financial assistance was offered to the enterprises in the region including private and public. A new study identifies recent wind of changes, challenges and opportunities to help CA countries to diversify their economy, boost their infrastructural capabilities given as a historical chance (Frankopan P. (2015) The Silk Roads: A new history of the world. –London, Bloomsbury, 2015. –P. 636). This revision provides a primary analysis of data and follows the actualities of the work of organizations dealing with the human development issues in the CA countries following the path laid in the framework of activities of international organizations (Bourginon F. How the rich get richer as the poor catch up. Foreign affairs. January / February 2016. Volume 95(1). –Washington. –P.11-15.). I argue that the achieved model сan be modified more in order to achieve more profits (composed of several factors: development, promotion, strategy, legal, human rights, environment, assistance, project, dialogue, cooperation, sustainable). The paper tries to track and continue the trend in the change of centrifugal tendencies to be substituted by centripetal. The constantly growing tendency in interest by the global organizations, transnational corporations, mainly Fortune-500 companies in CA.
Ключевые слова: Development promotion strategy human climate environment assistance project dialogue cooperation
Данные для цитирования: Shirinov Anvar Qanoatovich . IMPLICATIONS OF INTENSIFIED GLOBALIZATION IN CENTRAL ASIA: CENTRIFUGAL VS. CENTRIPETAL TRENDS (4-11). Восточно Европейский Научный Журнал. Политические науки. 2020/03/16; 54(8):4-11.