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Syria–Turkey Relations: A Road to Normalization

Policy Brief #47 / 2023 Policy Brief #47 / 2023 The Middle East has been clearly showing signs that is it changing. It would not be an overstatement to say that a lot of what is happening now would have been unthinkable just a couple of years ago. The greatest of these changes is the China-mediated rapprochement between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran. Given that these countries are regional “centers of power”, their new and improved relations may help reduce regional...

27.09.2023

Already Routine: New US Sanctions Against Russian Companies

... significantly. The number of Russian individuals blocked by Executive Order No. 14024 of April 15, 2021 alone is approaching two thousand. This figure does not include those assets in which already-blocked persons hold a stake of 50% or more. It would seem that ... ... industrial industries, the mining sector, the defence industry, etc. The purpose of such sanctions is to isolate the Russian economy from American-centric global finance, to block the possibility of normal foreign economic activity, inflict maximum damage,...

21.09.2023

India-US Entente: A Russian Perspective

... the U.S., with New Delhi often preferring to seek arrangements with the EU rather than the U.S. Many Indian authors note that the current U.S. strategy regarding India entails no significant programmes for the U.S. to assist in modernizing India’s economy. During Donald Trump’s presidency, U.S.–India relations were supposed to serve narrowly defined U.S. business interests rather than strategic goals of Indian modernization, and this approach has not changed in any radical way under Joe Biden....

06.09.2023

The New Big Idea: Friend-Shoring

... while sustaining the dynamism and productivity growth that comes with economic integration.” But is friend-shoring truly a new paradigm in how economic alliances are forged and what kind of implications will it have for the future course of the global economy? Andrey Kortunov: A New Western Cohesion and World Order Arguably, friend-shoring is nothing new. Indeed, the Cold War period was precisely the pattern that reflected the division of the world economy on the basis of values/geopolitics rather ...

16.02.2023

U.S. Foreign Policy Towards China: Outlook and Implications for Russia

Report #83 / 2022 Report #83 / 2022 World order structural transformations are going hand-in-hand with new global power shifts where the United States and China will be vying for dominance. However mutually beneficial the Sino-American relations have been since the 1970s, recent years have borne witnessed to soaring uncertainty and confrontation between the U.S. and China. This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the current U.S. foreign policy strategy towards China, focusing on the most...

08.02.2023

Bengal Lights for the Belt and Road Initiative: Specifics of Bangladesh Policy

... USD 2,500, a number that surpasses those of the neighboring India and Pakistan. Dhaka is keen on fostering relations with Beijing, New Delhi and Washington concurrently. However, amidst the ongoing tectonic shifts in the global political system and economy, excessive diversification of relations is likely to harm their efficiency. Ports open for all Zhao Huasheng: China-Russian Strategic Partnership: From Continental to Marine The internal political crises in Pakistan and Myanmar have somewhat halted ...

31.01.2023

Is a Marshall Plan for Ukraine possible?

The post-conflict task will be to create an entirely new economy rather than return to the old economic structure of the beginning of the century Reflecting on Ukraine’s future beyond the current conflict, many politicians and experts speculate about the expediency of a new Marshall Plan for the country....

03.11.2022

Labour Staging a Comeback

The transformation of capitalism towards a more labour-oriented mode is underway I am worried about our tendency to overinvest in things and underinvest in people. – J. Galbraith In the past several decades the world economy experienced a sizeable rise in the share of profits/capital in national income compared to the share of wages/labour. These trends were driven by a lower role played by trade unions, by rising market concentration as well as trends in IT and ...

15.08.2022

Russian–Chinese Dialogue: The 2022 Model

RIAC, Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Institute of International Studies at Fudan University Report #78 / 2022 RIAC, Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Institute of International Studies at Fudan University Report #78 / 2022 The eighth annual report by the Russian International Affairs Council, the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Institute of International Studies at Fudan...

09.08.2022

China and Russia: Dialog in the Face of External Challenges

... appear in a wide range of areas. Politically, it is visible in the polarization of the international community, which is increasingly moving towards opposing camps; economically, by global fragmentation, sanctions, and regionalization of the global economy; security-wise, by the highly dangerous slide from a “cold” to a “hot” war; in international relations, by re-ideologization. As for global governance, matters have become even more complicated; now, it is even difficult to gather everyone ...

08.07.2022
 

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    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
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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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