Digital Transformation of Law and Socio-Political Relations in the Eurasian Space – on the Example of the Russian Federation

  •  Pavel Baranov    
  •  Aleksei Mamychev    
  •  Alexander Kim    
  •  Tatyana Cherkasova    
  •  Pavel Kolimbet    


The paper discusses the processes of digital transformation of the political and legal systems of society in the Eurasian space (for example, the Russian state-legal organization). The authors discuss the process of introducing digital technology and artificial intelligence into the enforcement process, as well as the impact of digital technology on the political process. The content explains that a virtual digital space is currently being formed and most public relations are starting to unfold in it. At the same time, it is shown that in cyberspace, traditional value- normative regulators do not have the necessary effectiveness in regulating the interaction of people, and between people and virtual digital actors. The necessity of creating new regulatory systems and safety standards is substantiated.

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