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Moscow Is Still Central Asia’s Top Security Ally

With the Chinese engagement and great power competition on the rise, Russia keeps a vigilant eye on the -Stans The latest months have been chaotic in Kyrgyzstan, where the fraudulent parliamentary ... ... viii ]. However, this monopoly is not equally distributed among Central Asian states. Uzbekistan prefers buying weapons from China, while Turkey is the largest arms supplier for Turkmenistan [ ix ]. In case of a conflict, together with the actual military ...


Russian Perception of the Belt and Road Initiative from 2013 to 2019

... containment of the U.S. They believe Russia may benefit from the BRI and the advantages of the BRI outweigh its disadvantages. The second camp shows different levels of strategic concerns regarding the influence of BRI in Central Asia and Siberia and the EAEU-BRI cooperation. Some Russian and western scholars with greater concerns think the increasing influence of China in Central Asia has threatened the leadership of Russia. Furthermore, China has deliberately proposed the BRI after the Crimea Crisis, benefiting China from the Russia-western plummeting relations. With lower concerns and realistic consideration,...


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,... ... dimensions of the Partnership (trade, finance, infrastructure, visa, etc.) with due account of their current needs and capabilities. RussiaChina Dialogue: The 2020 Model. RIAC, Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Institute of International ...


Pakistan’s Role in Russia’s Greater Eurasian Partnership

... engage Pakistan. Igor Ivanov: The Belt and Road Initiative: Towards a New World Order CPEC is one of BRI’s flagship projects, and Russia’s hitherto lack of participation in it is a conspicuous absence in light of its strategic partnership with China and President Putin’s proposal to pair the EAEU with BRI. The only explanation is that Russia is deferring involvement out of respect for India’s sensitivities since New Delhi is fiercely opposed to CPEC because it regards it as traversing through Pakistani-controlled territory that it claims as its own per its maximalist approach to ...


Negative effects for Russia of the US-China Phase-One-Deal

.... Munich, 19 March 2020. Significant trade diversions expected After a 1.5-year trade dispute between the United States and China in which both have raised mutual import tariffs from 3.8 percent and 8.3 percent to 21 percent each, and as a result of ... ... trading partners. As a result, Brazil (-19 percent), the EU (-17 percent) – including above all Germany (-7 percent), and Russia (-10 percent) would have to expect the greatest export losses.Accordingly, Russian exports to China could be 10 percent ...


From the Eurasian Economic Union to the Greater Eurasian Partnership: The View of Chinese Scholars on Eurasian Integration

... essence and the benefits of the alignment, provide suggestions for its implementation and comment on the recently signed Agreement on trade and economic cooperation between the EAEU and the PRC. According to Li Jianguo, the alignment of the BRI and the EAEU is, in essence, a consensus reached by China and Russia to coordinate their interests in Eurasia. The opinions on the inevitable conflicts between Beijing and Moscow in Eurasia are criticized quite a lot. Zhao Huasheng contends that geographical factor determines that China and Russia are present in ...


Prospects for the Fight against Extremism and Terrorism in the Central Asian Region

... diverse intersecting influences: they feel changes in the situation in the Caucasus, in the Xinjiang autonomous territory of China, in Afghanistan and the Middle East. Militants from various terrorist groups in the region cooperate, many of them fighting ... ... with the radical Tajik opposition and Uyghur separatists. Cells of the Islamic State (ISIS) (a terrorist organisation banned in Russia) also operate in the region. Kazakhstan: Effective Peacekeeping Measures Alexander Yermakov: Challenges to Eurasian Security ...


The Trans-Caucasus in 2019 Is Not a Monolithic Region

... 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 ... ... 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” ...


Free Trade Zones with the EAEU

Vietnam, Iran, Singapore, Serbia… What’s Next? The EAEU–Singapore Free Trade Agreement was signed at the EAEU summit in Yerevan on October ... ... rules and other interaction formats. Simultaneously with this agreement, the bilateral Russia–Vietnam and Belarus–Vietnam intergovernmental protocols on supporting automotive... ... against Tehran will continue to expand. Agreement on Trade and Economic Cooperation with China Zachary Paikin: Orders Within Orders: A New Paradigm for Greater Eurasia The Agreement...


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 ... ... different Eurasian projects, including the Chinese “Belt and Road” initiative. I would state with no false modesty that Russia has a unique role of a key nexus in setting up such an inclusive connectivity. It is due to a major extent, of course, ...


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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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