The world is currently facing a turning point, the likes of which it hasnt seen in decades. A unipolar global mindset is being replaced by a multipolar world led by Asian and Eurasian economies, demonstrating both diversity and justice of the new world order. Russia maintains the possibility of a fruitful partnership with the European Union. Moreover, by deciding to involve the EAEU in Chinas One Belt, One Road initiative, Russia is proposing a large-scale Eurasian partnership, thus proving its mindset of a modern superpower. Eurasian and Asia-Pacific countries are becoming increasingly interdependent in their socioeconomic development. As a result, integration processes are gaining momentum in various formats, despite hurdles such as trade conflicts, relapses into unilateralism and protectionism, political differences, attempts to fragment the economic space, and sanctions rhetoric. The globalization projects that have gained ground over the past few decades are now faltering under increasing protectionism, which is often masked as solidarity between Euro-Atlantic partners, each of whom are pursuing their own separate economic goals. Can the national and multilateral development institutions of Greater Eurasia break down the walls of economic isolation and help form a common space for harmonious growth on a continental scale? What is their role in harmonizing and implementing various integration projects? What infrastructure, industrial, and trade projects require the expertise and resources of Eurasian and Asia-Pacific development institutions? What foreign and multilateral development institutional experience can be used in implementing Russian national projects?