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What these British are waiting for? I mean Brexit.

Moving about one year ago to London from Moscow has proven to be an interesting experience for me. Understandably, that every state is interested in the affairs that impact or can potentially impact the state. So, in autumn 2018 everyone was on discussing Brexit. In introduction courses in the University, professors have mentioned not once and not twice in what great time we – all the international students – live as we could witness the United Kingdom leaving EU – a truly historical moment.  London...

Голуб Мария
18.09.2019 12:59:52

Bridges to India

Marshal Bulganin and Premier Khrushchev visited Bangalore, India in the 1950s and planted two tall trees there with great pomp and ceremony, to signify the growing solidarity between India and the USSR. It is said the Bulganin tree started growing at a slant right away and toppled over a few years later (to be replanted discreetly in a less prominent space). Apparently, a few years after that, the Khrushchev tree also toppled over. Source: liders.rusarchives.ru (http://liders.rusarchives.ru/) It...

Murlidhar Neel
16.09.2019 13:14:19

Does it worth Germany and France taking refuge into the arms of Russia and China?

... poisoning of Sergei and Julia Skripal. To be honest, Trump was right to point out at NATO Summit the fundamental hypocrisy of spending billions on NATO to defend Germany while Germany is building a gas pipeline with Russia, Nordstream 2, to run its economy and resell gas around Europe. He is also right to state that, Europe’s defense isn’t our responsibility anymore. He’s saying you don’t get to have your Iranian oil and hollow out our economy at the same time. European independence on foreign ...

Sohail Ajmal
23.07.2019 13:17:31

Déjà vu of Collaborative Consumption?

Have We Really Lived in the “Original Sharing Economy” and How Collaborative Models take over Post-Soviet Consumers To Have and to Have Not? Economic models that favour “temporary access to goods and services over ownership” have been called different things by different people. Depending ...

Новикова Елена
28.06.2019 16:10:53

America. A system that doesn't work anymore

... disposable income while it was 73% of disposable income in 2017.According to a report by US Federal Reserve from saving to GDP ratio dropped from 13% to 2.6% from 1970 to 2017. 1975 is the last year US has seen a trade surplus. Attesting to the fact that US economy is a consumption led economy and implementing policies to repress consumption can lead to recession.Trade deficits can't be reduced with a rising consumption.Trump's measures are not going to shield internal markets. Source: informator.newsSo ...

Fatima Samreen
25.03.2019 13:49:45

The Digital Economy in Russia. Part 2

The digital economy of Russia [1] In order to stimulate the Russian economy, a law was passed in 2003 to promote Russian technological advancement. The law is applicable to state-owned companies. The objective is to reduce reliance on foreign technology, build the ...

Leenders Anna
20.08.2018 15:44:59

The Digital Economy in Russia. Part 1

As society shifts toward increased digitization, from earning a living through digital platforms to the digitization of all aspects of the economy, the binary logic of industrial economy versus digital economy is replaced with a continuum of digitization of entire economies. Digitization is a way of increasing productivity and profitability as it results in an exchange of material productivity ...

Leenders Anna
16.08.2018 11:03:55

The Syrian Crisis as a Trade Conflict

... an attempt by Putin to create a puppet state out of an Assad-run country to use as an additional ally on the negotiating table against NATO and so on. What Americans fail to recognize, however, is just how important a stable Syria is for the Russian economy, and that having Assad in power, regardless of just how far under Putin’s control the man is, is possibly the sole end goal of Russia.Tartous Port, Syria Ever since the days of the Roman Empire, the region of Syria has been an incredibly wealthy ...

Levine Alex
05.07.2017 00:08:13

Global Economy & Problematics: Priorities, Opportunities

... a negative impact on this sector. It must be noted the basic problem in the modern world on a level relationship between sustainable development and economic growth are:The problem of the gap between the rich and the poor. So do we in the era of the economy for the economy and not for the community?Far from theorizing and according to the statistics and data on the economic gap (If we take into account that the largest percentage of citizens are workers or employees are gainfully employed), we can ...

AL Rabadi Salam
02.05.2017 14:36:51

A Circle of Economic Crisis and Political Instability in Egypt

... spirit has not relinished. The Muslim Brotherhood, which supported the protest, will certainly be working low key on a comeback initiative, which is even more concerning considering the orthodox nature of the movement. The healing of the Egyptian economy – and concurrently of the country as a whole – may be in jeopardy of never materializing in the foreseeable future. Experience shows that in a delicate social and economic situation such as that currently existent in the country, the ...

Djouder Daniel
27.12.2016 22:22:00


Last week I attended a conference titled “Russia’s food market in 2015”; it was the first of a series of panels that took place in occasion of the 24th World Food Exhibition, a well-known event which brought to Moscow more than 1500 firms from over 70 countries. At the discussion participated the Presidents of many Russian Commercial Unions in the food sector from one side and spokesmen of the Russian and Belarusian Ministries of Agriculture on the other. Issues such as the politics...

Cattabiani Enrico
23.09.2015 18:10:00

Russian Food Embargo: Between Political Myths and Economic Realities

... that authorities are openly advertising could not be for the good of the Russian society. Rather, it could result in a general deterioration of the economic welfare. In order to cast light on these issues, I have interviewed an expert of political economy and trade policies, Professor Konstantin Sonin. Professor Sonin is a prominent economist, former Vice Rector of the Higher School of Economics in Moscow and current Professor at the University of Chicago. He is also a columnist of the Russia newspaper ...

Cattabiani Enrico
16.09.2015 23:11:00

EAEU as a New Economic Reality: Opportunities for Business and State Participants

... linguistic unity remains a powerful foundation of Eurasian integration. Business will also benefit from Kyrgyzstan’s accession to the EAEU, as it will receive access to a large commodities market. It will stimulate the development of the national economy and create favourable conditions for Kyrgyzstan businesses to enter its traditional markets (those of the former USSR). First of all, it will provide the necessary conditions to revive production, create new jobs, revitalise certain sections of ...

Карабаев Нурсултан
01.09.2015 18:05:00

How Italy is Paying a High Price for Anti-Russian Policies

... few days ago the European Union has confirmed that the economic sanctions against the Russian Federation were extended for another year, or specifically up to 19th January 2016. Despite attempts to minimize the perceived impact of this policy on the economy of the EU in the eyes of the public opinion, the price being paid to pursue this power politics agenda is none else but a hefty one. In this article I will focus on the actual catastrophic consequences of the sanctions on Italy, the reason of ...

Djouder Daniel
25.06.2015 13:34:00

Russian-Greek economic cooperation: Is there still room for optimism?

Kvashnin Yuri (Ph.D in History) (Head, European Union Studies Department, IMEMO RAN, RIAC Expert) Today the Russian-Greek economic relations are affected by a triple crisis: the ongoing crisis in Greece, the crisis in Russian–EU relations and Russia's economic hardships. As for the first one, at the beginning of this year Greece's economic prospects looked bright. 2013 was the first year when Greece achieved primary surplus of 1.5 billion euro. In the passing year it showed...

RIEAS Research Institute for European and American Studi
03.01.2015 01:06:00

Dance with Troikas

Tassos Symeonides (RIEAS Academic Advisor based in Seattle, USA) Ever since April, and a much publicized re-entry in the capital markets to secure a loan, the Greek PM Mr. Samaras has taken no breaks from advertising his government's supposed "success" in leading Greece "out of her crisis." With the exception of Mr. Samaras's narrow circle of advisers, everyone knows that this claim is bogus. In October, Mr. Samaras took another bold, but utterly inane, step in...

RIEAS Research Institute for European and American Studi
08.12.2014 18:10:00

The ISIS Crisis and the faiblesse of global governance

An American and two Russians have landed safely in Kazakhstan after 5 ½ months in space… and to think there is no cooperation toward a more peaceful world between the United States and Russia. Meanwhile, private citizens of Qatar, and other friends of the United States, have been financing Hamas and ISIS. Now, as Washington prepares to launch a new campaign to destroy global terror networks an American website with ties to the J Street lobby claims that the RUNET (Russian Internet)...

Эрманн Эрик
11.09.2014 10:13:00

Obama's "Scare Force" Targets BRICS

Calling the BRICS development bank “an insurance policy against the risk of U.S. sanctions,” experts at the prestigious Brookings Institution have joined Washington’s effort to disrupt the Russian economy and punish nations who do business with it. Branded as the world’s most influential think tank with an endowment upwards of $262 million, Brookings has been on Uncle Sam’s payroll since 1916, providing guidance on domestic and international ...

Эрманн Эрик
11.08.2014 07:12:00

Ukraine’s Path to Europe

... [xvi] Ironically, Ukraine has been asked to pay higher prices than their European counterparts. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-04-03/russia-to-charge-ukraine-more-than-germany-as-gas-discounts-end.html [xvii] http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/shifting-energy-trends-blunt-russias-natural-gas-weapon/2014/02/28/7d090062-9ef7-11e3-a050-dc3322a94fa7_story.html [xviii]http://www.ifc.org/wps/wcm/connect/region__ext_content/regions/europe+middle+east+and+north+africa/ifc+in+europe+and+central+asia/countries/promoting+energy+efficiency+in+ukraine+residential+housing

Griffin Sean
01.07.2014 15:05:00

South Asia: The challenges we face

... Regardless of motive and method, the loss of workable land hurts not only the harvester, but also has broad consequences for his neighbors in terms of erosion, downstream flooding, and pollution. As the demand for water grows with population and the economy, water supplies will be increasingly polluted from untreated sewage, from industrial discharges, and from salt-water intrusion of overexploited water tables. A good policy to bring about progress and development along with the concept of maintaining ...

27.06.2014 15:58:00


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