Search: Asia-Pacific,China,Japan (10 materials)

Assessing the Trend of the Indo-Pacific Strategy

... forward are clearly stronger than the constraints After the U.S. has put forward its Asia-Pacific strategy in 2017, many commentators believed that the concept was artificial... ... constraints. Prospects for the Squad-based Indo-Pacific The political will of the U.S., Japan, India and Australia to foster the Indo-Pacific cooperation is increasing rather... ... Zhao Huasheng, Andrey Kortunov: The Coming Bipolarity and Its Implications: Views from China and Russia At the same time, the relations between the four countries with China...


Experts Discuss the Near Future of the Asia Pacific Region

... Director of Programs, spoke about the role of sanctions in contemporary world, particularly stressing the increasingly acute U.S.–China rivalry. He noted that although the COVID-19 might have been expected to unite the nations, it only exacerbated the divide ... ... scientific centers and laboratories instead of American ones, which creates an opportunity for Russia. With the EU–China and JapanChina relations being also somewhat in jeopardy, small and medium powers in Asia and other regions may attempt to cooperate ...


Russia and Multilateral Diplomacy in East Asia

... None of this means, however, that the numerous dialogue mechanisms that exist in the Asia-Pacific region are purely imitative and decorative in nature. They perform an important... ... concepts and strategies that have emerged in Asia and are designed to counterbalance China will be seen by many smaller countries in the region as an opportunity to gain... ... around all sorts of ‘Indo-Pacific’ initiatives and platforms. The revived U.S.–Japan–Australia–India quadrilateral dialogue - no doubt aimed at new and better...


Is Europe (not) helping the US in its battle for Asia?

... with a potential East Asian crisis, which suggests that the issue of “rising China” is becoming an increasingly higher priority on Atlantic strategists’... ... already emerged) as such a rival. Game plan REUTERS/Tim Kelly Nikolai Murashkin: Japan–US Union and Southeast Asia: Getting closer to cement the status quo? The... ... which would be inevitable [1] . Will NATO pass the China test? Salvatore Babones: The Asia-Pacific: More Stable than Anyone Thinks Will Europeans show their solidarity with...


Japan-US-China Triangle and Security in East Asia: a Triangle or an Axis?

... United States has shifted too. An influential American magazine began to argue that China’s inclusion in the TPP project is in the United States’ national interest... ... the last APEC session in Indonesia of the idea to create a Free Trade Area for the Asia-Pacific Region (FTAAPR) in November 2014 contrasted with the failed attempt to... ... in Singapore in February the same year. This mega-market accounts for 80 percent of Japan's exports, 60 percent of imports and 70 percent of direct investment. An influential...


Abe’s Search for Security

... Japan’s interests and American demands, Japan-watchers will have even more reasons to conclude that Tokyo’s realism has turned from reluctant to proactive. A failure to do so, on the other hand, will bode ill for the very future of the US-Japan alliance. Instead of a Conclusion: Whither Reluctant Realism? Reuters The U.S. and the Asia-Pacific Region, Russia and China: What Does the Future Hold for Us? Since the Yoshida doctrine began to crumble in the early 1990s, Japanese foreign policy thinking has largely remained in a state of disarray. As LDP Secretary General Shigeru Ishiba pointed out , “in the ...


Russia: Pivoting to Asia or Just to China?

... circumstances, a Japan-Russia rapprochement will actually benefit U.S. strategy in the Asia-Pacific. South Korea is another potential purveyor of technology and investment... ... help—and they would also improve the general situation on the Peninsula. As with Japan, Moscow will understand South Korea siding with the United States rhetorically... ... economic moves of its Asian allies toward Russia. By doing so, it will help make the China-Russia link stronger. Source: Carnegie Moscow Center


Warring in North East Asia: Possible Scenarios

East China Sea: Tempest Rising? With the Asia Pacific region progressively moving to the center of global politics and economics,... ... Northeast is definitely becoming the regional centre of gravity, attracting the colliding interests of great powers including China, Japan, the U.S. and Russia. As a result, stability in North East Asia is now of global significance. East China Sea: Tempest Rising?...


The Asia-Pacific Trialogue. Interview with Vladimir Baranovsky

... pattern, but this has not happened to date, due to reasons relating both to Beijing and Washington. Americans view China as a major strategic challenge, especially when it comes to strategic weapons. Russia is stepping up its economic cooperation with the Asia-Pacific countries, and a number of agreements were signed at APEC 2012 with China and Japan covering the development of Russia’s Far East. Is the involvement of Japan, China and other countries in Russia’s political and economic interests? It certainly is, for numerous reasons. First of all, because of the economic challenges ...


Territorial disputes in the APR. Interview with Alexei Fenenko

... nature of such disputes and Russia’s position in the APR. – A number of incidents have recently occurred between China and Japan related to territorial sovereignty of the Senkaku Islands stopping short of military clashes. What are the reasons for multiple ... ... future? – In order to answer these questions one needs to understand the specifics of the disputes in the APR. Firstly, the Asia-Pacific region is not an abnormality, for conflicts are to be found everywhere and in great numbers. Secondly, in spite of ...


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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