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Eight Principles of the “Greater Eurasian Partnership”

... these principles. First, the Partnership is not viewed as a potential competitor for regional integration structures (ASEAN, EAEU, RCEP) or trans-border economic projects (BRI) or organizations (the SCO, APEC, ASEM). On the contrary, all of those structures,... ... not be opposed to Eurasia – rather, it should become an integral part of it. Therefore, the Partnership remains open for the European Union, which could join the activities of the Partnership in the forms and to the extent that it deems appropriate. Third,...


(Dis)integration processes: Vulnerabilities of a globalised world

... regressive, disintegration processes on a higher level are accompanied by a growing demand for integration processes on the lower, regional level. For example, trade wars between the US and China or restrictions imposed on foreign investments by the European Union are a part of global disintegration. In the shadow of the new EU industrial strategy, dirigisme will grow in the European economy, market mechanisms will become more distorted, and protectionism to support one’s own competitiveness will ...


Trade, Investment and the AfCFTA

... Million Euros and even more generous consultative assistance to the involved African parties. Apart from that, just recently the European Union published its updated strategy with Africa ahead of the 6th EU-Africa Summit this October, while Russia rounded ... ... as prepare the legal framework for spearheading updated trade agreements with the rapidly developing continent. Opening the EAEU market to African countries could also help the continent achieve its goal of economic diversification and added-value chains....


Seven Steps Beyond the Crisis Horizon: Reflecting on Past Mistakes

... and Russia experiences rapid economic growth over the next five years, the combined potential of the EAEU countries will not be sufficient for the Union to become a global centre of power capable of competing on equal terms with the United States, the European Union and China (and soon India) by 2025, or even 2030. One way or another, the EAEU member states will have to integrate into a larger association, whether it be together or as separate entities. 3. Is it possible to escape another arms race with the West? 2015 : Half a century ago, the USSR and the United States began intensive ...


Moldova in 2020–2021

... development. However, the forecast is right to stress that whatever political changes do take place with regard to Moldova's political situation, it is improbable that this will push the country's economy towards Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). The main question in Moldova’s relations with the European Union at present is whether the country’s leadership is prepared to reform the political system effectively and whether the European Union is prepared for dialogue with all the Moldovan political forces, rather than continuing its strategy ...


Southeast Europe Today. Immediate Development Prospects

... lenders may be a cause for concern. Nevertheless, it is too early to talk about the total economic subjugation of the Balkans: the European Union remains Southeast Europe’s largest donor, as well as its most significant investment and trade partner. Serbia ... ... predicted central role in the region’s international economic contacts. The increasing role of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) in the Balkans is also noteworthy. The Free Trade Agreement signed by the EAEU and Serbia should both increase Serbian exports ...


The Baltics in 2020. Frontline States and the Double Periphery

... they had committed themselves to the principal tenets of Estonian nationalism, thereby ensuring the stability of Estonia’s political course. Roman Mayka: Russia's Position on the Baltic States: Why We Need Each Other While the new approach to the European Union may be connected to the EKRE Eurosceptics coming into the government, the new President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid is attempting to revise the country’s relations with Russia. Her initiatives have resulted in an official visit to Moscow ...


The Trans-Caucasus in 2019 Is Not a Monolithic Region

Despite international security problems that overshadow Caucasus challenges, the region retains its independent significance In late 2016, the Russian International Affairs Council published The Evolution of the Post-Soviet Space: Past, Present and Future , a major anthology attempting to conceptualise development trends in both domestic and foreign policies in the newly independent states that emerged after the collapse of the once-single state, the USSR. The Trans-Caucasus featured prominently...


Eastern Partnership Countries: Buffer Zone or Platform for Dialogue?

... also lose. The bridge metaphor has not taken root, and experts lean somewhat toward the platform for dialogue metaphor. Belarus is active here, providing a venue for the peace talks on the Donbass; Armenia acts as a prototype testing range for EU–EAEU economic cooperation; Azerbaijan, which was, until recently, a closed state geared toward its prosperity, is another example. The position of a platform for dialogue is stronger and more stable in the long term, though it is costlier to implement ...


Remarks at the 12th Eurasian Economic Forum

... certain young fervent fighters for clean air in Northern Europe that billions of people in other parts of the world can only dream of living standards of European or US level regardless of the damage to environment. As far as Russia-EU and, relevantly, EAEU-EU interaction is concerned, the following is clear. For 30 years our country and the European Union have remained key economic partners, but the recovery growth factor in mutual trade recorded over the past couple of years is by now largely exhausted. Therefore, resumption of sustainable positive dynamics in trade and economic relations ...


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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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