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Russia’s Turn to the East: Between Choice and Necessity

... are of a strategic nature, they are united by a common vision of a just international order, in which there will be no place for the dominance of a narrow group of states. Russia and China are jointly responsible for the stability of a huge part of Eurasia. Bilateral trade and economic relations are developing with the understanding that at some point Russia and China will indeed have to complement each other; as Chinese authors put it, “stand back to back” and jointly resist the attempts of ...


Russian–Chinese Dialogue: The 2022 Model

... period when international environment and increasing global confrontation significantly influenced Moscow— Beijing relations. The authors of the report concentrate on how recent international events influence Russia’s and China’s positions in Eurasia, the prospects of and conditions for the regional development. The report also traditionally looks into main achievements and difficulties of the bilateral agenda. Authors: From Russia: Kirill Babaev, Dr. of Philological Studies (Head); Аndrey ...


What Is a Sovereign State?

... this, and their sovereign future is in question. In some cases (Georgia, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan) their geopolitical position contributes to the gradual strengthening of their sovereignty. These republics behave adequately to the power composition of Eurasia because they know how to look at the map. Although in the case of Georgia, the development of this skill does not take place without the help of Russia. As a result of these waves of sovereignisation, more and more countries have emerged in the ...


Peacebuilding in Eurasia

... observers proceed from the assumption that the most significant continuation of the military-political crisis will be a fundamental split between Russia and the West, the consequences of which will affect, to one degree or another, all the states of Eurasia. Those measures of economic and political pressure that the United States and its allies are now applying to Russia in terms of their size and scope cannot yet be compared with a full-fledged blockade, although they are approaching it; there may ...


Putin’s Ukraine Pushback: Existential War & The Moment of Rupture

... the shape of a delusion or a nightmare. Russia will have to accept the fact that the Western option has receded for a more or less prolonged period. It will have to accept that its own Western character derives from its locus as the Western front of Eurasia. Russia is the only truly Eurasian state, containing both West and East within itself. A viable Russian grand strategy under the circumstances can only be Eurasia-centric before it aspires to be ‘Greater Eurasian’. In this first stage it should ...


Another Look at the Prospects of a Eurasian Digital Platform

A common platform would address the issue of the “digital gap” across the countries of Eurasia via promoting greater “digital inclusivity” The current economic framework in Eurasia is fragmented and lacks the digital connectivity that would be predicated on cross-country and cross-regional digital agreements. This in turn limits the ...


The IX Moscow Conference on International Security

... situation in Afghanistan. A stable, peaceful and strong Afghanistan is a prerequisite for regional peace, stability, development and prosperity. Afghanistan is situated at the junctions of ancient trade routes connecting Central Asia, South Asia, East Asia, Eurasia, Russia, China, and through Gwadar-Pakistan to the Middle East, Africa and Europe. Afghan peace is crucial for the whole region. Zamir Ahmed Awan


Towards Increasingly Complex Multipolarity: Scenario for the Future

... state” forces behind them—evidently realized the strategic wisdom of Trump’s grand vision of repairing relations with Russia so that the U.S. can concentrate more fully on “containing” China. This is not due to any newfound appreciation of the Eurasian great power, which many of them still hate with a passion on account of its pragmatic dealings with Trump and implementation of conservative policies that contradict the much more liberal approach preferred by American elites, but due to simple ...


Economic effects of Ukraine-EU DCFTA and of counterfactual integration with the Eurasian Economic Union

... views between various groups, both within Ukraine and abroad, regarding the country’s possible future geopolitical and geoeconomics trajectory towards either closer integration with Russia as part of the EurasEC customs union (from 01.01.2015 the Eurasian Economic Union, EAEU) or integration with Europe in the framework an Association Agreement and a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) with the European Union.Effects of the Ukraine – EU DCFTASo far, what have been the net economic ...


Trade and welfare effects of a comprehensive free trade agreement between Mongolia and the Eurasian Economic Union

.... Moreover, Mongolia is in need to establish free trade with countries or unions with a strong economic performance. Stylized facts about Mongolia-EAEU trade and economic relations For Ulaanbaatar, a promising free trade agreement could be with the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).The Eurasian Economic Union, founded in 2015 by the five post-Soviet states Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia, is a supranational trade and economic bloc with the aim of creating a common internal market ...


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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  
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