Developing a rather conventional approach to the issue of mutual integration between Western Siberia, Central Asia, and China ― as suggested by the identification of “Islamic extremism” as one of the common security problems of these three entities ―, this short article evokes some of the numerous obstacles to the intensification of their economic integration (beginning with the maladjustment of Western Siberian markets to the transfer of Chinese goods towards European Russia).

The Redaction
CER: II-7.4.A-616