Russia strained relations with the United States

Russia is a democratic state. Russia’s
activity is regulated by: The Constitution of the Russian Federation, Federal
and local laws, the Tax code of the Russian Federation.

In 2017 in Russia was marked by the growth
of dissent, despite the efforts of authorities to rectify the situation. The
society is tired of declining living standards due to the ongoing economic
crisis, the ideological campaigns associated with the search of the fifth
column inside the country and other enemies abroad, from the deteriorating
international situation of the country. These contradictions can become
especially acute on the eve of the upcoming presidential elections in 2018

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Significant political reform will not
happen. With regard to the relations of center and periphery, the focus will be
on further strengthening the center position. Political pressure on opponents
of the regime will gradually increase, Pro-Imperial propaganda of the campaign
is to expand, and international policy will remain unpredictable. Even if some
of the sanctions against Russia will be lifted, strained relations with the
United States and many European Union countries will remain. Russia, meanwhile,
will continue its efforts to find allies in the East.

 

Given the current political climate, but
innovation in the military sector can be considered as an exception. Innovation
and the stimulation of industries, independent of imports of parts and
components in the military sphere, will almost certainly continue, and it is
safe to say that budget cuts in this sector will be less significant than
others.

The evolution of the legal space with the
purpose of development of innovative activity will face problems. In current
regulations, there are some gaps and contradictions. However, individual
initiatives (for example, the concept of the new law “On science and
innovation”) take insufficient account of the changing realities. At the
same time, Russia’s economic laws, including those relating to science and
innovation, is not properly executed. Recent legislative initiatives aimed at
strengthening the control information does not contribute to improving the
effectiveness of research and innovation activities.

Russia is a democratic state. Russia’s
activity is regulated by: The Constitution of the Russian Federation, Federal
and local laws, the Tax code of the Russian Federation.

In 2017 in Russia was marked by the growth
of dissent, despite the efforts of authorities to rectify the situation. The
society is tired of declining living standards due to the ongoing economic
crisis, the ideological campaigns associated with the search of the fifth
column inside the country and other enemies abroad, from the deteriorating
international situation of the country. These contradictions can become
especially acute on the eve of the upcoming presidential elections in 2018

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Significant political reform will not
happen. With regard to the relations of center and periphery, the focus will be
on further strengthening the center position. Political pressure on opponents
of the regime will gradually increase, Pro-Imperial propaganda of the campaign
is to expand, and international policy will remain unpredictable. Even if some
of the sanctions against Russia will be lifted, strained relations with the
United States and many European Union countries will remain. Russia, meanwhile,
will continue its efforts to find allies in the East.

 

Given the current political climate, but
innovation in the military sector can be considered as an exception. Innovation
and the stimulation of industries, independent of imports of parts and
components in the military sphere, will almost certainly continue, and it is
safe to say that budget cuts in this sector will be less significant than
others.

The evolution of the legal space with the
purpose of development of innovative activity will face problems. In current
regulations, there are some gaps and contradictions. However, individual
initiatives (for example, the concept of the new law “On science and
innovation”) take insufficient account of the changing realities. At the
same time, Russia’s economic laws, including those relating to science and
innovation, is not properly executed. Recent legislative initiatives aimed at
strengthening the control information does not contribute to improving the
effectiveness of research and innovation activities.

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