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What Are the Core Benefits of Multilateralism at the Present Stage?

... tries to dictate to other states how to solve certain security and development problems. The international community does not and will not accept such Western rules that seek to divide the world based on ideologies and values and to eliminate Russia and China as geopolitical competitors. Before our eyes, the arms race is gathering momentum, offensive capabilities are increasing, the system of arms control treaties is being dismantled. All this inevitably leads to an increase in distrust, to the loss ...


Nuclear Non-proliferation in an Unstable World

Speech at the 11th Beijing World Peace Forum Speech at the 11th Beijing World Peace Forum The Non-Proliferation Treaty was open for signature in 1968 and entered into force in 1970. The Treaty has been signed by the overwhelming majority of UN member states and should be considered as a very significant accomplishment of the international community. Despite many gloomy predictions, over the last half a century the proliferation process was quite slow: on top of the five recognized nuclear states...


Beijing Hosted the VIII International Conference “Russia and China: Cooperation In The New Era”

On June 26–27, 2023, the VIII International Conference of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) “Russia and China: Cooperation in the New Era” was held in Beijing On June 26–27, 2023, the VIII International Conference of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) “Russia and China: Cooperation ...


We Are Shaking off the Western Yoke…

... elites from the United States, Western Europe, he became (and still is) one of the most informed political scientists in Russia. In an interview to BUSINESS Online , he told us whether nuclear war is possible, whether we will become a satellite of China, and why some in the Russian government are against designing a new ideology. — The special military operation [in Ukraine] has been going on for more than a year. During this period, in your opinion, have any dramatic changes occurred in Russia ...


The sun rises in the East: A plea for identity, nations and international understanding

... exception: the global arms industry. As it is with all wars, it is neither about democracy nor human rights, but about power and gaining space and economic profit. At $2,240 billion, global military spending reached a new high in 2022, up 3.7%. The US, China and Russia alone accounted for 56% of global military spending. On a year-on-year basis, military spending in Europe evinced the highest increase in more than 30 years,[1] with Finland up 36%, Lithuania up 27% and Poland up 11%, among others. The ...


US Congress and Sanctions Against Russia

... enshrined in law, their lifting will be much more difficult. Their use as a bargaining tool will depreciate. However, in Moscow, apparently, they do not believe in the prospect of any agreements anyway, at least in the near future. The situation with China is different. Between January 2019 and April 2023, there have been more legislative initiatives on sanctions against China than against Russia—103 versus 99 (again, only those bills that propose specific restrictive measures are counted). Four ...


Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) Delegation Visits RIAC

... Research. The Russian side was represented at the meeting by Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director General; Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Academic Director; Alexandra Perminova, Research Fellow at the Center for World Policy and Strategic Analysis, RAS Institute of China and Contemporary Asia. The experts discussed topical issues in Russia-China relations. The meeting was held behind closed doors.


Digital Sovereignty in Russia and China

... national states willing to strengthen their digital borders and to protect their sovereignty The mounting propensity towards conflict in the digital realm makes national states willing to strengthen their digital borders and to protect their sovereignty. China is the leader and pioneer in this area, while Russia has also pursued a policy of digital sovereignty for quite some time. After the start of the special military operation, this policy received an additional impetus — in particular, a number ...


Explaining China’s Response to the Russia-Ukraine Crisis

Five questions regarding China-Russia relations and Chinese policy through the prism of the Russia-Ukraine conflict One unexpected outcome of the Russia-Ukraine conflict is that China-Russia relations have taken center stage in global affairs. Even though China is not a party ...


Erdogan has won, what can the world, and Russia, expect from him now?

... – there is a danger of going completely off-topic. But the range of issues resonates, at least in part, with what has always been there. Trends in the Arab World, and in Arab relations with Iran, offer hope for normalization. The roles of Russia and China – not leading, but supporting – could be a catalyst for positive trends. The story of the South Caucasus is far from over and promises much human drama, but the deadlock it has been in for so long is a thing of the past. And so it follows that ...


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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