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Trump’s Philosophy of Economics

... examples. In this context it is not surprising that one of D. Trump’s main political idols is the 34th President of the USA, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and his favorite historical period is the America of the 1950-s, where industry and large corporations ... ... time, and this is the key signal to the whole world, including Russia. D. Trump distrusts the modern architecture of the global economy with all its value chains, free labour force migration, money flows, and world-wide regulators like the International ...


President Trump and US Policy Challenges

... members and experts comment on the vital domestic and foreign policy issues the U.S.A. is going to face in the next four years. Candidate Trump and President Trump Aleksey Arbatov , Head of the Center for International Security of the Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO RAN), RIAC member President Trump will significantly differ from Candidate Trump. First, one should not forget the role of Congress, which is in fact very big. What is more, there is not many of those with a ...


Future Agreements on Iran’s Nuclear Program

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on Iran’s nuclear program has been implemented successfully for a year now. Nonetheless, there are still a number of obstacles barring the path to its complete implementation, and even a fully enforced JSCPOA does not guarantee the stability of Tehran’s nuclear program. On July 14, 2015, after more than 10 years of negotiations, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on Iran’s nuclear program was finally concluded . Iran agreed to significantly...


Russia has to reinvent its economic model

... governments which accused Russia of not targeting Islamic State (ISIS). The popular perception however, in Europe as well as in the USA, looked more positive. Does it mean there’s room for greater future cooperation abroad between the West and Russia despite ... ... sound economic relations between EU countries and Russia? A.K.: The sanctions did have a serious negative impact on the Russian economy. However, they failed to change the Russian position in Ukraine or to erode the popularity of President Putin inside Russia....


Armenian Experts’ Debate: “Membership in the EEU in Exchange for Security”

... Armenia’s export and 25% of import supplies in the country. Russia is the main creditor with 40% of combined foreign investments in Armenia. Russia’s major companies — Gazprom, Russian Railways, INTER RAO UES, United Energy Company, Rusal Armenal , etc. — own 100% of some of Armenia’s open joint-stock companies. This goes to show that Russia is actively involved in the leading sectors of the Armenian economy, including energy supply, electricity processing and distribution, transport, telecommunication, the banking sector, insurance, and mineral production. That being said, the Armenian authorities must perceive the EEU, which is mostly lobbied by ...


Russia’s Position amid Emerging Trade Partnerships

... Russia-related policies of the United States and the European Union, meaning that any punitive measures, such as sanctions, remaining in place would be much more coordinated. If U.S. LNG and oil were to go to Europe, Russia would have trouble diversifying its economy due to reduced export revenues. According to both U.S. and European experts, the TTIP may be signed while Obama is in office, i.e. before 2017. Currently, the sides are holding their tenth round of negotiations in Brussels, with modest expectations ...


U.S. Questions Russian Intentions

... ways it’s not on the scale of the Cold War. Do you see any ways to restore the mutual trust? Tom Graham: Russia — USA. It’s not just Ukraine (In Russian) In Washington, on the one hand, people are calling for stronger measures in the ... ... in economic modernization, not everything that was hoped for but certainly impressive gains. In part this was a hydrocarbon economy but not only. EPA / SERGEI CHIRIKOV Igor Istomin: Unraveling the Enigma: Western Expert Community Seeks to Explain Russian ...


Has Japan Jumped Ahead Once Again?

... China’s foreign exchange policy. Both factors are essentially “technical”, rather than fundamental. As such, they answer the main question regarding this reshuffle of leading borrowers: Is Japan regaining lost ground in the global economy? At the same time, a full and complete answer to this question is impossible without projecting the situation onto the macroeconomic situation in both countries. The policy of quantitative easing in Japan is one of three areas of “Abenomics”,...


Russian-Vietnamese Strategic Partnership: between the United States and China

Russia Needs a Step Forward Although Moscow's official documents and statements consider Hanoi a key Asian partner, the reality of the bilateral relationship after the breakup of the USSR has actually been inertia, thereby opening opportunities for the U.S.A. and the People's Republic of China (PRC) to gain a strong foothold in Vietnam. With Russia once again intent on achieving a meaningful presence in Asia-Pacific, it appears appropriate to analyze the role of a strategic partnership with Vietnam...


Economic Diplomacy Boom: Will It Last Long?

... financial sanctions imposed by the West were quick to bring Iran to the conference table. Financial instruments of foreign policy are today becoming more important than those involving trade. Improved efficiency of using financial instruments in the world economy is primarily due to the peculiarities of the current stage of globalization. The volume of financial transactions heavily exceeds the amount of financial services rendered in the international trade in goods and services. In 2013, global exports ...


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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