Search: China,JCPOA (13 materials)


The Imperative of U.S.-Russian Disarmament Collaboration

... nuclear technologies, which is an obvious risk inherent in the AUK–U.S. adventurism. The U.S. strategy of a new cold war with China envisages the creeping involvement of India in the anti-Beijing military alliance, which will inevitably spur a nuclear ... ... coordinate their efforts in stemming proliferation in the Korean peninsula, and the less they work on the return of the U.S. to the JCPOA. Meanwhile Iran is raising the enrichment of uranium to 60 percent. Is there a chance that in present circumstances the ...


Iran in the SCO: a Forced “Look East” Strategy and an Alternative World Order

... of its foreign policy, proving that Iran can even negotiate the nuclear deal with the “Great Satan”. The failure of the JCPOA framework should be attributed to the inconsistency of the United States rather than to the stance professed by Iran. Besides,... ... seems to be an issue today. The relations between Moscow and Washington have progressively been degrading all this time, while China has turned from a stable partner of the U.S. into the main threat to it as a leading world power. In other words, Iranian ...


Biden's Sanctions Policy. The First Steps

..., energy and a number of other sectors of the Iranian economy. It is likely that Biden will attempt to return America to the JCPOA. This will not be easy. The big question is: what will happen to Trump’s sanctions legacy? Will the sanctions be lifted,... ... towards key rivals in the international arena. The rivals themselves are also unlikely to let the grass grow under their feet. China, Russia and other nations will take into account the “bends” of the American policy, laying the groundwork in the event ...


USA vs. JCPOA: How Can Russia and China Respond?

... supply, sale or transfer of conventional weapons and their components to Tehran. The document allows the United States to impose sanctions on any state involved in the arms trade with Iran. The US approach is not shared by other participants in the JCPOA, in particular, Russia and China, which regard the Iranian arms market as rather promising. Dmitriy Kiku, Ivan Timofeev: US Left Isolated, Iran Nuclear Deal Under Threat: What Will Crisis Over Iran in UN Security Council Lead to? The expiration of a five-year embargo on the supply ...


The Importance of Ending the Arms Embargo: What Is Iran's Plan?

... of balance and deterrence, and that the US' view of Iranophobia is a lie. Iran is, at the same time, aware that radical behavior can put the international community against it. Iran is also aware that Trump's main goal is to force it to withdraw from JCPOA (in reaction to a possible extension of arms embargo), in order to put various powers, like Russia and China, on its side, against Iran. With this in mind, Iran is unlikely to engage in radical behavior, even if the embargo is extended. While financing new arms purchases in the face of declining oil revenues due to sanctions and the global coronavirus ...


Soleimani’s Assassination Is More than a Crime

... start such a war, but the mixture of the Iranian pride and the US arrogance makes a highly explosive cocktail. Pyotr Kortunov: JCPOA: Forward Into the Past Unfortunately, all prospects for bilateral negotiations between Washington and Tehran are gone at ... ... regional crisis management mechanism involving Iran and key neighboring Arab starts. Concerned overseas powers – like Russia, China, India, and EU – could assist in building this mechanism working with their respective regional partners. We should regard ...


Asia Under Fire of US Sanctions

... avoiding isolation and focusing on multilateral diplomacy, the more so as the United States has made its sanctions policy much more unilateral in recent years. Washington will find it more difficult to persuade its allies and partners to help it to contain China One of the most glaring examples is Washington’s withdrawal from the JCPOA and its efforts to make the international business community abide by US sanctions. This policy tends to cause dissatisfaction with the United States among both rivals and allies. The extraterritorial sanctions are hitting European businesses hard....


Iran’s Ultimatum to Europe: Is the JCPOA Doomed?

... the 60-day period, this is a much more serious ultimatum, addressed primarily to the European parties of the agreement. From this we can conclude that Iran does not consider their efforts to create separate trading mechanisms sufficient to fulfil the JCPOA’s conditions. Since it is obvious that for Russia and China, US sanctions are not so important and fundamental, the ball is being thrown to the Europeans. It is a call to show more energy and somehow ensure that the European companies won’t comply with unilateral American sanctions. Achieving this, for ...


Meng Wanzhou Case: The USA Is Dismantling Its Own Empire

... to a few weeks, months — mostly a few short years — until the next Twit. Example1 : Iran enters into a written done deal JCPOA with the USA. The next president simply annuls it. This is not just about the current administration — it’s a feature ... ... world. A president Hillary Clinton might have done the same. All signatures by the USA are written in a buck of water. Example2: China under the current administration: Step one, the USA wants to break existing trade-relations. China then under pressure enters ...


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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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