Search: Asia,China (6 materials)

Russia’s Turn to the East: Between Choice and Necessity

... Moscow in 2022, it is Asia that looks to us as the most important buyer of traditional Russian exports, a source of technological products and a high-priority trade and economic partner in general. Many have even said that the development of ties with China and Asia should “replace” for Russia so-called traditional partnerships in the West. In other words, the conflict, which is in fact a hybrid war, between Russia and the US and Europe, can be seen as a condition that will make the “turn to the East” ...


The Growth Engines of the Global South

... US and the EU among the advanced economies. This trans-Atlantic partnership has served as the backbone for growth and innovation among the advanced economies in the preceding decades. In this respect, a closer economic partnership between India and China would redound significantly to development areas such as Eurasian connectivity, the growth in the regional partners of the two countries, greater scope for joint innovation projects and the launching of South-South platforms in the financial sector. For Russia the Global South is a rapidly expanding market that ...


Russia, China, and the Indo-Pacific

... director of the Carnegie Moscow Center and chair of the Center’s Foreign and Security Policy Program. It is said that the 21st century is the century of China and Asia. How is Russia dealing with the rise of China and Asia? Is there a “pivot” toward China/Asia in Russia’s foreign policy and global priorities? Russia has had to recognize that in the East, as well as in the West, it is now flanked by a power with a superior economic strength, a source of investment, and a modernization resource. Hence,...


Asian Players in the Arctic: Interests, Opportunities, Prospects

... Republic of Korea, Japan and Singapore became observers to the Arctic Council. The Report examines non-regional actors’ interests in the Arctic, their policy frameworks in the region and principal areas of Arctic studies. Authors also explore the Asian states’ positions on the international status of the Arctic. Specific attention is given to the prospects of cooperation between Russia and India, China, Republic of Korea, Japan, Singapore in developing the region. Authors: A.N. Fedorovsky, Dr. of Economics (Part 3); L.V. Filippova (Foreword); T.A. Makhmutov, Ph.D. in Political Science (Foreword); H. Nadarajah (Part 5); V.E. Petrovsky, Dr. of Political ...


Russia and the South China Sea: An Interview with Dr. Hanns Maull

... fundamental principles of the present international order. But Beijing does so much more intelligently than Moscow. In May this year Russian Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov announced that Russia will participate in joint naval drills with its Asia-Pacific allies (most likely China, among others) in the South China Sea in May 2016. How do you see Russia's potential participation playing into the overall dynamics of the region? There always has been a Russian naval presence in Asia-Pacific, which Moscow now intends ...


The 2016 Taiwanese Presidential Elections and Why They Matter

... to maintain the balance of power, or continue to stay indifferent and out of the way? Bremmer, I. “These are the Top 10 Geopolitical Risks in 2015”, TIME, Jan 2015, URL: Keck Z. “Why China Won’t Attack Taiwan” The Diplomat, Dec 2013, URL: Taiwan Indicators Survey Research, “Taiwan Mood Barometer Survey for second half of June, 2015”, Jun 2015, URL: ...


Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
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