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Russian state administration model: interaction between the center and the regions

 

Analysis of the formation and the evolution of the Russian state administration model, the building of the authority hierarchy, the distribution of powers between the center and the regions in historical perspective offers an opportunity to sum up the practice of the Russian state administration system’s functioning and apply this knowledge in the context of the modern reformation of the national state apparatus.

The problem of regionalism is one of the key points for the explanation of the Russian state structure, as well as for the understanding of the historically evolved relationship between the state authorities and the public interest groups, the historical development in general, and the search for the efficient state administration mechanisms.

The Russian state administration model will be discussed as a system of a complicated communication structure between the official authorities and the informal institutions, as a dynamic system of various mechanisms providing for the balancing of the centrifugal and the centripetal forces.

The study of the history of the state evolution will form the basis for the development of an efficient “center-periphery” relations model within the structure of a complicated federative state, which is the modern Russia.