Search: EAEU,European Union,China (10 materials)

Eight Principles of the “Greater Eurasian Partnership”

... many integration projects. Fourth, unlike the rigid integration structures like the European Union, the Partnership envisages highly flexible forms of involving individual... ... infrastructure, visa, etc.) with due account of their current needs and capabilities. Russia–China Dialogue: The 2020 Model. RIAC, Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian... ... regional integration unions and individual states. Concluding the work on connecting the EAEU and the BRI should be the crucial first stage in building the Partnership. Creating...


The Trans-Caucasus in 2019 Is Not a Monolithic Region

... merely as a Big Game between the West and Russia, both using the Trans-Caucasus countries. Today, however, we are seeing new actors being pulled into regional processes; previously, these actors had either insignificant or no influence in the region. China is the starkest example. As Asian Studies specialist Stanislav Tarasov aptly said, China has launched “diplomatic probing” in the Caucasus. In May 2019, Wang Yi, China’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and State Councillor, visited all three ...


Remarks at the 12th Eurasian Economic Forum

... and far-sighted today, combining the capacities of the two largest integration projects coexisting on our continent – the EAEU and the EU. It is worth noting that the EU is taking certain steps in this direction, promoting the project called “Europe ... ... 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 ...


Connecting Eurasia: Is Cooperation between Russia, China, and the EU in Central Asia Possible?

Prospects and bottlenecks for Greater Eurasian Partnership Given the ongoing tensions between Russia and the European Union, only a few policy-makers and experts will give serious thought to the prospect of cooperation on connectivity between the EU, China, and Russia in Central Asia. However, as China further embarks on implementing its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and remains ... ... Asia. Russia from its side remains very keen on establishing formal engagement between the EU and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). This would feed into Russia’s conception of the Greater Eurasian Partnership. However, the EU for the timing being is ...


Orders Within Orders: A New Paradigm for Greater Eurasia

... overwhelmingly hostile. On the other hand, Russia’s failure in 2013 to convince Ukraine to join the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) not only resulted in a full-blown crisis of relations with the West, but also implied that Moscow would have to look beyond ... ... EU-Russia relations will naturally improve over the long term. Nonetheless, in the meantime, Moscow finds itself situated between a European Union whose sanctions against Russia are one of the few signs of unity among member states, and a strategic partnership with China that rests on mixed foundations . The Kremlin is keen to play up its agreement with Beijing on normative issues, such as ...


Connectivity Italian Style

... increased several times over. What is more, the transport routes did not connect the EAEU as countries of the Union had hoped. And the thousands of new jobs that had been... ... exactly is Rome hoping for? In the run-up to the President of the People’s Republic of China visit, a number of Italian media outlets speculated that the purpose of the trip... ... that Italy hopes to reclaim its position as a “protagonist” in determining the European Union’s foreign economic and political priorities. However, the take-it-or-leave-it...


Will Russia Return to Europe?

... rather destiny. Second, only Europe can serve as an effective motor for Russian economic and social modernization. Russia already has aggregate scientific-technological potential that, for all practical intents and purposes, has, with the exception of China, no real match in Asia for the foreseeable future. Even more importantly, Europe is genuinely interested in Russia’s technological market, which could well serve as a catalyst for the continent’s own technological and economic development. (By ...


Greater Eurasia: Perceptions from Russia, the European Union, and China

... inefficiency of the whole EAEU, while the recognition of the EAEU is not possible until the Ukrainian crisis is settled. Meanwhile, the level of objective knowledge that supplies European perceptions about the EAEU is considerably low. IV. Greater Eurasia: EAEU and SREB. Perceptions from China. Ivaylo Gatev: European Union Interference in Central Asia: What Does It Mean for Russia and China? This part of the article was prepared in collaboration with L. Filippova and N. Mukhin. The Eurasian Economic Union should not be underestimated. In May 2015, Russia ...


European Union Interference in Central Asia: What Does It Mean for Russia and China?

The European Union (EU) has been active is Central Asia since the breakup of the Soviet ... ... occupies an important place in EU strategic thinking because of its location between China and Russia, and because of its position in the East-West energy trade and developing... ... The majority of states in the region are now members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) which has its own legal and regulatory base. When investing in Central Asia, China...


Russian-Chinese Relations and Eurasian Integration. A View from London. Discussion with Ian Bond

... Foreign Policy Department of the London Center for European Reform. I. Bond presented the newly released report " Russia and China: partners of choice and necessity? " And two political overviews " Contested space: Eastern Europe between Russia ... ... round table was attended by researchers and experts interested in the issues of Russian-Chinese relations, the policy of the European Union toward Russia and the countries of Eastern Europe. Among them: V. Portyakov, Deputy Director of the Institute of ...


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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