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US Will Remain a Difficult Partner

... be explained to the public - both domestic and foreign. China turned out to be a convenient scapegoat; making Beijing responsible for COVID-19 was like pouring oil on already burning US-China fire. Can we expect a radical shift of the US approach to China after the November elections? Unfortunately, this is not very likely. If Joe Biden replaces Donald Trump in the White House, there will be a clear change in US foreign policy style and rhetoric, but much less in its fundamental goals and aspirations. President Biden might be more inclined to reach tactical truces with Beijing and more reluctant ...


We Have No Trust, No Confidence Whatsoever” in America

TNI editor Jacob Heilbrunn interviews Russian deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov about the New START Treaty and the state of U.S.-Russia relations. Heilbrunn : The U.S. is pushing very hard against China right now, at least rhetorically. China has vowed to smash any Taiwanese move toward independence and looks to be cracking down in Hong Kong as well. Do you see this as another instance where American overt bellicosity ends up boomeranging and pushing ...


Will the Trump Administration Fight the Coronavirus or China?

As the 2020 election approaches, Trump is being urged to combat the charge that his administration was not prepared to take on the pandemic In reviewing the excruciating pressure imposed on U.S. President Donald Trump to drop his efforts to achieve a collaborative relationship with China's President Xi Jinping, it is useful to review the strategy outlined by former United Kingdom Ambassador to Washington, Sir Kim Darroch, to manipulate him to adopt British policy initiatives. The {Daily Mail} published on July 6, 2019 leaked diplomatic ...


The Sino-American COVID-19 Narrative Confrontation

It’s not an ideological war, but rather a soft power battle There has been a blame game between Washington and Beijing regarding the source of the COVID-19. As stated by the Guardian and China Daily , President Donald Trump and other American officials, have labelled Covid-19 the “Chinese virus” or the “Wuhan Virus” . One White House official is reported to have also labelled the virus the “Kung Flu”. The Republican senator Tom Cotton questioned ...


Trump 2.0: End of the Old Era, but Not the Beginning of a New One

... Democrats. Of course, in the eight remaining months before the election, a variety of surprises could occur. But, apparently, Donald Trump’s chances of reelection in November are very high, and they continue to grow literally with every passing week.... ... international arena, Trump recently managed to conclude an extremely important Phase 1 agreement between the United States and China to resolve bilateral trade disputes. What will Trump’s increasingly likely second term mean for America and the rest of ...


Trump’s Election Manifesto and US Policy Outlook

... differ much, but for Trump the main thing is to declare a “grand victory”), as well as economic pressure and a trade war with China, which allowed a deal with it on more favourable terms for the United States. This deal is another of Trump’s aces in ... ... immigration itself, but also crime and drug trafficking, which poison the life of Americans in general. It is also significant that Donald Trump stressed the efforts of his administration in the field of education and health care, which in fact are not the highest ...


American King Kong and the Law of the Jungle

... to hover at all over the White House or Capitol Hill when the budget parameters for 2020 were agreed upon. Ivan Timofeev: In China’s Footsteps: Why the Russian Bear Should Enter Stealth Mode But this is not even the saddest thing. The unfortunate diagnosis ... ... coincidence that the process of approving the budget for 2020 almost coincided with the launch of the impeachment procedure against Donald Trump in the House of Representatives. At one time, Otto von Bismarck remarked on confidence in Russia: “Never believe ...


Goodbye, U.S. Foreign Policy

... United States is very inconsistent in its policies towards North Korea, the Middle East (predominantly Syria, Turkey and Iran), China, Venezuela, and Ukraine. And this inconsistency doesn’t seem to be a part of a grand strategy defined within the laws ... ... power in different regions. Apparently, for the current United States, the absence of any strategy is also a strategy. Since Donald Trump officially became president, the U.S. Secretary of State was changed twice (Rex Tillerson and then Mike Pompeo), ...


What Is the US Endgame in Iran?

An increased American pressure on Iran makes Tehran even more dependent on major US geopolitical adversaries — China and Russia The Trump administration has decided to designate Iran's Islamic Revolution’s Guard Corps (IRGC) as a foreign terrorist organization. It is the first time when Washington includes into its list of terrorist organizations an official ...


America. A system that doesn't work anymore

... tariffs on May 15, 2018 on U.S. pork imports. In exchange, the United States said it will remove tariffs on Chinese telecom company ZTE. ● On July 6, 2018, the United States imposed 25% tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods, in the same vein China also levied tariffs on U.S. products. Again, on July 10, on orders from U.S. President Donald Trump, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Office published a list of $200 billion in Chinese products that could be subject to another 10% tariff. ● Trump has stated that US has been treated unfairly and the tariffs were essential to protect ...


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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