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The Day the United Nations Ceased to Exist

... crimes against humanity and genocide. French President Emanuel Macron announced that Paris was ready to be an example of a great power with a “responsible attitude” towards its international commitments. Ivan Timofeev: Unwanted Ally? Russia and the Future of the Anti-Terrorist Coalition The Big Three – Russia, the US and China – resolutely rejected the ultimatum but this proposal quickly won the support of the vast majority of UN members. In response to the categorical rejection of any restrictions of their rights by the Big Three, the majority urged, in accordance ...


Energy security in Central Asia

... techniques and lack of respect for intellectual property will cause China to lose every basis upon which its stunning macro-economic success of the late 20th and early 21st centuries was built. Following its geopolitical victory in Uzbekistan, which will in future retrospect appear Pyrrhic, China will after mid-century begin a definite and irremediable decline, beginning gradually and then accelerating as other powers cooperate against its hegemonic unipolarity. As outlined in the introductory analytical section, that decline will culminate ...


Five Scenarios for the Future Borders of Central Asia

... way to Murghab, Tajikistan We shall first consider the external factors. The geopolitical “centrality” of Central Asia [2] and the regional nations’ need for outside aid have resulted in extensive interference by the great powers (China, Russia, the US, EU countries, India, etc.). And although this trend is likely to continue into the future, it does not have to lead to competition among great powers (the “new Great Game”). It is quite possible that they will collaborate in addressing key regional issues (such as terrorism, failed states or drug trafficking). The region ...


The future political map of East Asia

... beneficial projects on transport and energy, establish cooperation in the innovative sectors of the economy, build strong ties both at the level of large corporations, and at the level of small and medium-sized businesses. It can be assumed that in the future, the Russian-Japanese dispute over the southern ridge of Kuril Islands would be settled in favor of Russia. The key to this will be, firstly, the activation of the Far Eastern vector of Russia’s policy, and secondly, China’s support for the Russian position, some elements of which are already emerging at the present time, and thirdly, the relative decline of U.S. influence on major political and economic processes in the region. Relations between Russia and the ...


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