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How would Germany and Russia position themselves in the event of a Sino-American war?

... that the backbone of the US military won´t engage against Putin-Russia, but against China and Iran. As Professor Rahr correctly described, Trump essentially only wants bilateral alliances with some core countries that he considers important, and the EU and Germany as well as China and Iran are equally opponents. Especially since you also have to see that Germany and the EU have very close economic and political contacts with China, which he considers harmful to the USA. Germany only would have three theoretical options ...


After MSC: A New EU and an New Strategic NATO concept?

... Remember the last green foreign minister, Joschka Fischer, who made no significant contributions except for the Yugoslavia war and the Iraq war, and Schröder made clear to him who was the waiter and who was the chief and cook, especially in relations with China and Russia, in which Eurasianist Schröder had even the Eurasiazisation of the G7 to a G9 with Russia and China in mind. The Green Fischer was more the liberal human rights transatlantic and had a strong ally in Madeline Albright, who later included him in her consulting ...


70 years NATO – China for the first time as a „possible threat“

... from the Middle East, with the exception of Iran. Trump sees Russia as Macron not the main enemy of the Alliance, is also considering a detente with Putin-Russia, especially as he wants to prevent that in the Sino-American conflict Russia allies with China and for Africa, he sees especially the AFRICOM in Stuttgart responsible.Macron, some European countries and Trump would like to make a detente with Russia and also strengthen the European pillar inside NATO except Great Britain. But most European countries don´t think that an European military could replace NATO as Macron, Joschka Fischer ...


Russia in a Eurasian Triple Entente, with excerpts from Vadim Tsymbursky and Halford Mackinder

... appear to be one more Russian geopolitical cycle, in a pattern of looking sometimes to the West and at other times to the East – a pattern established following the Europeanism of Pyotr Veliky. But all this is from a 19th century perspective, back when Europe mattered. Now that China and India have shaken off their calamitous collapses of that same period, and are reasserting themselves, the center of gravity of the world has shifted back to the East (where it belongs) and will most probably remain there for the foreseeable ...


Open-air Jail: China’s Suppression of Uighurs and the Lack of International Response

... statements by the State Department [8], the Turkish Foreign Ministry [9][9] and EU representatives [10], the world community ignores the problem of the Uighurs. Year over year Beijing becomes too important of a partner for Russia, the United States and the EU. China is the main trading partner for all of them. Smaller countries, such as Kazakhstan, whose citizens also end up in the camps, also depend on Chinese investment and are part of the “New Silk Road”. Therefore, at a meeting with Xi Jinping, they ...


Potential benefits of cooperation between the EAEU and China’s Belt Road Initiative

... the modernizing the land and maritime routes transiting through Eurasia including rail and maritime networks. As a part of its BRI plan, China has invested heavily in East Asian ports as well as seaports in Africa. By cooperating with Russia and the EAEU, China can invest in improving the current rail networks in Central Asia. By improving these railways this will help modernize these countries’ transportation infrastructures creating a more efficient and reliable transportation network. A quicker, more ...


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

Let’s begin with the assertion of veteran German diplomat Wolfgang Ischinger, The longer Donald Trump stays in office, the higher the risk that anti-American forces will gain the upper hand in Germany and push it into the arms of Russia and China, Wolfgang Ischinger said in an interview. The chairman of the Munich Security Conference and former ambassador to Washington was speaking to Reuters days before the publication of his book "World in Danger", in which he urges Germans not to giving up on the United States because of Trump, while also pressing them to accept more global responsibility. The longer Trump remains in office,...


The Marco Polo Initiative is born, a network of young European leaders looking to the East

... supported by the US State Department. If the latter looks to the West, the Marco Polo Initiative points to the East.Yuri Kofner, Research Assistant, Advanced Systems Analysis, IIASA, Austria: “Marco Polo was 17 when he left and crossed the countries of Eurasia and arrived in China”, says Kofner, a young man, clean cut,  speaking several languages. “We want to invite young journalists, researchers, politicians and even representatives of the European Commission and the European Parliament”, he adds.The idea is to promote ...


2016 – A Victory of Conservative Realism

... towards India and the Persian Gulf region via Azerbaijan. The Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) Commission and Beijing are discussing concrete ways to integrate the Silk Road project with the EEU and create a non-preferential free trade area between the Eurasian Economic Union and China. A similar agreement has been signed with Vietnam. Almost forty other countries are wishing to set up such areas with the EEU. A series of agreements between Japan and Russia on economic cooperation in the Far East and on Kurile Islands became ...


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  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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