In the international arena:
we are increasingly beginning to reckon with;
Russia's diplomatic moves relieve international tensions;
the country's defense is increasing;
The Customs Union, the CSTO, the SCO and other organizations created by Russia are gaining ever more significant weight.
In domestic policy:
the economy has stabilized;
incomes of the population do not decrease;
criminalization of society is stopped;
the role of the church in the community has increased;
the emergence (restoration) of civil society and its increasing role in the activities of the state.
We are in the new interwar period. What's next? Where to go, what to strive for?
There used to be goals: to build socialism, to build communism. Then came the goal to build capitalism, a new democratic society. So what is our idea, what should we strive for?
The country's leadership, perhaps because of caution, determines the local (short-term) development tasks of the country. And where is the global task for many years?
Probably, this is the revival of RUSSIA and its role in the world, including territorially. That is, the creation of a union of states: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Armenia. Many will say: "This is the USSR", others: "This is Tsarist Russia."
Established economic ties, centuries-old история Our state shows that only together we can achieve our independence. What do I need to do?
In foreign policy, based on threats to national security, decisions on neutralization should be based not on economic expediency, but on the achievement of the strategic effect of actions. It is necessary to create a unified national security database and a national security center.
Following the example of the United States, it should pursue an aggressive foreign policy, without neglecting double standards. As an example: why there is still no official appeal to the UN, the Security Council on the interference of a number of countries in the politics of Ukraine, the accusations of the US and NATO in unleashing the so-called revolutions in Arab countries and in contributing to the overthrow of the legitimate leaders of states?
In modern conditions, the UN does not cope with its purpose, and often frankly plays on the side of the United States. There is a need to implement the transformation of the existing world and regional security organizations. For this, it is necessary to develop and adopt a strategy of indirect (asymmetric) actions.
What directions can be:
a) reforming the UN and strengthening the powers of the Security Council. To this end, it is proposed: entrusting the UN with the duties of controlling the main financial (including virtual), migration and resource flows; in opposition to NATO, it is necessary to create regional security systems as an integral part of the UN Security Council in Europe, the Arctic, the Eurasian region and the formation of their power components on the basis of: the European Union, the CSTO, the SCO;
b) actions to transform NATO: Russia, by its consistent and active "introduction" into NATO’s political and military structures, using its influence in them and "delegating" allies to them, must transform the process of NATO expansion eastward to the process of expanding the CSTO collective security system European part) to the west.
At the same time, it is necessary to envisage the development of bilateral military ties between Russia and Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Norway, Sweden, Hungary, Slovakia, Moldova — that is, with those countries that are not significant in the region or in the NATO bloc, at the same time The situation in the region may change.
It may also be advisable to allow the passage of military service under a contract in the RF Armed Forces of citizens of the CSTO member countries, the Customs Union and even other countries of the former USSR (with granting Russian citizenship after 10 or more years of service). At the same time, service is to be held in non-combat units and military units located in other strategic areas. This will create conditions in which the armies of foreign countries will lose their potential military personnel;
c) drawing the US and EU economies into unpromising projects (requiring large financial expenditures): when developing means of transportation (underwater tankers, wireless transmission of energy); development of fuel and energy resources, rare-earth minerals in hard-to-reach areas (Antarctica, Greenland) or not having a state-wide application (shale gas); for “promising” means of warfare (space fighters, weapon force field, androids, geo-weapons);
d) support of the economies of the countries of the former USSR - Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kirghizia, Tajikistan. Just do not consider this support as a simple cash injection into the economy. The need for joint economic projects (including the creation of jobs), some relief in the supply of energy, the development of medicine and education. At the same time, it is possible to consider the renewal of the joint military-industrial complex;
e) support for the Russian-speaking population abroad. This is not necessarily the relocation of former Russian citizens to Russia.
A program for the education of students in Russian universities is also needed. Now a large number of young people from neighboring countries dream of the EU and the USA, one of the reasons is educational grants in the EU and the USA, student exchanges, tourism. And where is our activity in this field, we can lose the Russian-speaking youth!
The policy of supporting the Russian diaspora in foreign countries, primarily in the Baltic countries, Scandinavia and Germany, is necessary, promoting their leaders in political activity, forming public funds and organizations on their basis - that is, the “fifth column”;
f) in foreign economic relations it is advisable to form a system of global transport, communication, energy, information, space and infrastructure projects implemented in Russia, including the main financial world flows, and create conditions for the impossibility (inexpediency) of using military force against us or conquering part of the territory country.
What directions in domestic policy?
In domestic policy it is necessary to solve two main problems: the national and religious issues; social stratification of society.
To solve the national and religious issue, from my point of view, it is necessary to determine the ideology of the state, to conduct cultural and educational reform. The root of all problems is low culture and low education of the population, as well as the absence of a state ideology.
Yes, in these matters one must be tough, and above all in preventing the resurgence of nationalism and the growth of radical currents of religion.
To avoid social stratification: the fight against corruption and bureaucracy; assigning social responsibility to the business.
Now, despite the assurances of the country's leadership, he stole the ruble — you go to jail, squander billions — you will become untouchable. The country should not be untouchable, equality before the law - this is the main ideology.
Every owner of an enterprise, company, commercial organization must be responsible for the standard of living of its employees and their fate, and this, alas, no.
Business does not bear any responsibility, therefore at the present time one of the most common "specialties" is a public servant. This is at least some guarantee ...
For a state of law, a strong and large supervisory body is needed so that no one has the desire to grow fat on the population. So that housing and communal services do not make us pay for air. Only this remains.
At the same time, the bureaucratic body should be reduced. For this it is necessary to form laws so that there is no double interpretation. Yes, it requires qualified lawmakers and managers.
In economics, they talk a lot about avoiding the extractive. Yes, this is correct, but do not forget that mining is different. We need a high-tech mining industry, since we live in a resource-rich country. This will serve for the development of science and technology in industry.
Do not forget about undeveloped territories. Nature does not tolerate emptiness, if we do not inhabit it, do not create infrastructure there, then tomorrow another will come (most likely - Chinese).
The development of remote areas of Siberia, the Far East and the Polar region, including through the resettlement to these regions of immigrants from neighboring countries, forced migrants who have lost the meaning of life (work), miners, etc. - as opposed to guest workers.
Thus, as long as our state does not have a clear program and goal, we will be third, and so on, I will note - not even the second.