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The U.S. Intensifies its Asia Diplomacy

... with the U.S., it must look after American interests and protect its strategic goals. It is against Russian interests. Naturally, the gap between India and Russia may widen further. It also creates doubts about the Indian presence in the SCO, which China and Russia lead. Maybe, India is sharing the confidential issues discussed in the SCO with the U.S. The whole region needs to re-assess its policy toward India as spying for the U.S. The region is struggling for peace, stability and development, while the U.S. is contrarily ...


What Does NATO Withdrawal from Afghanistan Mean for Regional Actors?

... withdrawal. The NATO withdrawal creates significant hurdles for regional stability and a power vacuum in Central Asia. There are several players, both internal and external, who are seeking to fill the void left by the Americans and their allies. Pakistan, India, Iran, Turkey, China and Russia seem poised to play the next “ great game ” in the so-called “ graveyard of empires ”. Some of these states have a vested interest in the stability of Afghanistan to ensure regional security and foster economic interests as well as mitigate ...


Dynamics of Vaccine Diplomacy

... deluged the healthcare infrastructure of the country and raised questions about the wisdom of vaccine diplomacy. With a sharp rise in the number of cases and deaths, India struggles to vaccinate its people. As a result, the countries that relied on India for vaccine supplies turned to Russia and China. This change is expected to strengthen China’s foothold in the region. China sent doses to more than 80 countries, and more than 50 countries got vaccines for free. These countries include developing and low-income countries as well as essential ...


Towards Increasingly Complex Multipolarity: Scenario for the Future

... though Turkey’s efforts to expand its influence across the Ummah via its Muslim Brotherhood allies could prolong instability in West Asia and North Africa; Each of them is also actively expanding their influence through regional institutions such as Russia’s Eurasian Union, Turkey’s Turkic Council, India’s BIMSTEC, and China’s BRI-linked structures, all of which could better coordinate if Turkey ever joins the SCO (since it is the only of the four nations that is not a SCO member). Contradictions China’s growing economic influence in Central and West Asia could ...


U.S. Seeking Military Bases in Neighborhood or Close Vicinity of Afghanistan

... to become the “major defense partner”, now being able to use Indian military bases. But India has no common border with Afghanistan, and the U.S. operations need to pass through Pakistan’s air space. Moreover, the presence of American troops in India is a direct threat to China and may not be welcomed by Russia too. The options left for America is to use military bases from the oil-rich Gulf states is also not quite optimal, as it has to pass through the air space of the neighboring nations. Keeping military bases in any friendly country far away from ...


The Russian-Indian 2+2 Format Will Synchronize Their Grand Strategies

... one another as Russians fretted about India’s growing ties with the US while many in the South Asian state voiced concerns about Moscow’s expanding ties with Beijing. Source: South African foreign ministry This emerging geostrategic dynamic of India moving closer to the US in parallel with Russia’s moves towards China is occurring against the backdrop of what many have described as the ongoing New Cold War between the de facto superpowers. Many feared that the end result will be that Russia and India find themselves on the opposite sides of the New Cold War. ...


Russia-India Gape May Be Widened Further

... believes India may become a security risk for SCO and leaks internal sensitive information to America. Indian role in SCO is doubtful already. India is serving American interests in the region and creating security risks to the regional powers like China and Russia. Indian role in the South China Sea, Pacific Ocean, Middle-East is in line with American interests, while China and Russia may feel odd. India had milked the former USSR in the past, and milking the US currently, and may turn its face if the US is no longer ...


Russia Moves East, India West, Straining Ties

... China and Russia are all members of BRICS and of SCO; Moscow could work harder making these institutions more efficient in reaching common denominators for even highly sensitive security and development issues. There is also a separate mechanism of the Russia-India-China trilateral consultations, which deserves more attention than it gets today. Andrey Kortunov: Eight Principles of the “Greater Eurasian Partnership” The future of Eurasia at the end of the day depends largely on the future of the China-India ...


Experts Discuss the Near Future of the Asia Pacific Region

... additional economic and social pressure on the country. On the other hand, the conflict with China pushes India to increase its military spending and look for new arms contracts. Firm in the position to safeguard its zone of influence in the Pacific Ocean, India will inevitably seek for help to contain and deter China, which automatically navigates it away from Russia and closer to Quad countries. Ekaterina Koldunova , Associate Professor at the Department of Asian and African Studies and Leading Research Fellow at the ASEAN Centre, MGIMO University, analyzed the results of 2020 for ASEAN countries. Although ...


BRICS and the Western-Centric Global Film Industry: Possibilities of the Digital Era

... member countries have no shortage in film industry professionals and impressive talents. The countries also have some of the world’s most reputable learning institutions in the field of cinema, such as Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) (Russia), Beijing Film Academy (China), Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (India) and others. Third, the BRICS countries have a significant record of successful efforts and a skilled workforce in the fields of digital technology, artificial intelligence and data analysis, which are vital components for a successful streaming ...


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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
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    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
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