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The Complex World Order

... Union (EAEU), ASEAN, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), NATO, etc. Below states, there are provinces, companies, organizations.... ... conduct international foreign policy with own diplomats in the USA and Brussels. Global politics has a “likeness on all levels”.... ... equilibriums interceded by transitions of breakdowns. The Empire of Qin (China), the Roman Empire, the British, Austro-Hungarian, and German ... ... and the African Union. Even larger ones like the SCO. The diminishing ...


The CIA’s Strategic Thinking in Afghanistan: 1979 to 2021

China now seems the most likely actor to take a position in the post-withdrawal Afghanistan,... ... remains to be seen whether Beijing wishes to engage in a conflict that the USSR and NATO had difficulty in controlling before it Afghanistan has been a priority area... ... Central Asian border. Andrey Kazantsev: Afghanistan Crisis: Security Problems for Russia and Central Asian States The situation deteriorated rapidly in the late 1970s...


Comments on the Brussels Summit Communique

... complex”, as “pervasive instability” and in general threating to NATO The document reveals deep concern about the current security ... ... observer can easily draw a parallel with similar documents in Russia, which are also full of alarmistic assessments. Of course,... ... apparently as a derivative – In the next NATO’s strategic concept) China is mentioned several times. It is characterized as a potential,... ... in such a way that it can be interpreted as the Alliance’s refusal to discuss Russia’s concerns about the principle of rotation ...


A ‘New Cold War’ has already started, but Russia & China are winning against a ‘weakening’ West, says former Kremlin adviser

The Soviet Union might have lost the first Cold War, but Russia is ahead in the rematch with the US and, this time, has every chance of coming ... ... on more than one front. Now, with Beijing on the side of Moscow, Russia can utilize China as a strategic resource, he went on to say. Secondly, the country is much more... ... big question is where Germany will end up,” he concluded, referring to the dominant NATO power that has embarked on the controversial Nord Stream 2 project with Russia...


Is England, my England a Dying Butler?

... Turkish citizens of Greek stock and of the Christian Orthodox Church. Less than two thousand remain today. And all this, just so the plucky British could hang on to Cyprus... ... are about to concentrate on some ‘new covert counter-state tasks’ with a focus on Russia and China, according to Royal Marines Brigadier Mark Totten. This is designed to appeal... ... selfishness, which make Greece look like a Balkan Ottoman province, but wearing an EU and NATO overcoat to disguise itself. But I am of course writing about Greek politics, not...


Surviving in a Deregulated Strategic World

... ever was, and the environment for that immensely more complex and fluid than ever Russian-American strategic relations are entering uncharted waters with the demise of... ... caliber with no ambition to prevail in the world. America’s main challenger now is China, which has surpassed it in terms of GDP in PPP terms and is expected to surpass... ... developed their weapons in the 1950s and 1960s, have always been U.S. allies within NATO, and their weapons were always considered by Moscow to be part of the Western bloc’s...


The START Treaty is a “Key Issue” for Russia

... expire in early February, even despite the upcoming presidential transition The Russian ambassador to the United States said there is still time to extend the Strategic... ... due to expire in early February, even despite the upcoming presidential transition. Anatoly Antonov, whose diplomatic career largely has been spent focused on major arms... ... treaty’s term for up to five years “without pre-conditions.” The United States wants China to be part of any new START negotiations, but Antonov said Beijing is “not happy...


How U.S. Elections Could Impact EU-Russia Relations

... fronts. On the eastern front, Brussels has been in conflict with a malign Moscow since 2014: refusing to repeal sanctions against Russia, deflecting all the Kremlin’s new information attacks, and attempting to maintain a unified position among its disorderly ... ... anything, the reverse is likely: the inevitable difficulty of economic recovery and likely escalation of the confrontation with China will push the Trump administration to ramp up pressure on the EU even further. “The European Union is worse than China....


U.S.-Russia Relations at a Crossroads

... Joint Report RIAC and CSIS Joint Report In September 2020, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the Center for ... ... of importance to U.S.-Russia relations: Arms Control, the U.S.-China Rivalry, the Arctic, and the Eastern Mediterranean. What ... ... is an agreement that arms control still works. Beijing’s refusal to participate in a trilateral U.S.-Russia-China dialogue ... ... Russia’s enhanced military presence (and responsive measures by NATO) as well as China’s growing economic presence in the region....


Russia and China in the Arctic: Cooperation, Competition, and Consequences

... prospects of developing Arctic hydrocarbon resources and the Northern Sea Route became the top priority, while in the mid-2010s, those issues were partially eclipsed by Moscow’s new confrontation with Washington and a sharp decline in relations with its NATO allies. China is thousands of miles away from the Arctic, so its interests in the region differ widely from those of Russia. They primarily stem from China’s position as one of the two leading global powers of the twenty-first century, and, on a more formal level, as a permanent member of the UN Security Council, which entails global responsibility. China has been ...


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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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