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Ian Bond: EU Is Always Open to Dialogue with Russia, but It All Depends on the Terms

... such developments mean for the future of Europe. How do you see the EU without the UK in the near future? What Difference Will Brexit Make to Britain and the EU? Discussion with Ian Bond at RIAC I think politically the UK is a very active player in EU ... ... number of areas where we still have things we can and have to talk about. Recently Bloomberg reported that the US is weighing China’s currency pact as a part of the partial trade deal. How does the EU regard that? There is a paradox in the American ...


2016 – Contours of the New Reality

... deterrence toward Moscow and Beijing. This risk became obvious in 2016 when problems emerged over disputed islands in the South China Sea. Serious changes are taking place inside the collective West. The past year released the energy of social protest that ... ... accumulating for a long time in response to moderate election platforms and routine rhetoric from the entrenched establishment. Brexit and Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election became symbols of these changes. The referendum in Great ...


Britain Seeks Closer Links with China in a Post-Brexit World

... UK cannot serve as a back door for Chinese products to enter the EU, because the EU is very likely use rules of origin to close any such loopholes, the report says. Moreover, “ the more the UK reaches an independent favourable trade agreement with China after Brexit, the harder it will be for the UK to strike a good deal with EU .”


China–UK Investment Cooperation: Life After Brexit

... China–UK investment operation will also be promoted by the Chinese leadership, which has set a course for more active investments abroad. The prospects of the United Kingdom’s investment cooperation with Europe and with third countries, including China, hinge, firstly, on which Brexit scenario will be implemented and, secondly, on the new government’s foreign policies. Thus far, both remain unclear. Although investment flows are largely affected by Brexit, the uncertainty regarding the United Kingdom’s foreign policies and ...


Iron ore and steel. Strategic, volatile and primed for conflict

... units. This is the situation with bulk iron ore and simple steel production. Devaluation of the ruble is increasing demand for Russian ore and steel, notably at the expense of producers in India. Meanwhile state and parastatal companies based in China and Hong Kong use clever methods to dominate world iron ore and crude steel production and their logistics. To assume that Chinese executives do not discuss price and logistics issues with their Russian, Japanese and South Korean and Indian neighbors ...


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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