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Is the “Rice Panic” Justified and What Awaits the Grain Market

... been high since the 1990s, with only certain varieties of rice imported. However, the country started to ramp up rice imports after the pandemic. In 2022, imports reached 6.1 million tons, up from 3 million tons in 2018. The main rice exporters to China were India, which accounted for 35% of China’s imports in 2022, Pakistan (19%), Vietnam (13%), Myanmar (13%), and Thailand (12%). However, even with increased rice imports, the country cumulatively brings in no more than 3% of national rice production, and ...


India-US Entente: A Russian Perspective

... States will encourage India to strengthen its ties to the leading Arab states of the Gulf, as well as to Israel. Over time India might build stronger ties to NATO through some customized “NATO+” format and to AUKUS, especially if the tensions in India-China relations get stronger. The United States will encourage India to deepen its relations with other U.S. partners and allies in the Indo-Pacific region, including Japan, ROK, Australia and New Zealand. India might also work closer with the key U.S....


Is Russia Losing India?

... inertia, red tape, lack of imagination, or destructive interference by third parties. The need for a thorough reassessment of the relationship derives from the understanding of general trends in the development of world politics of our times. Managing India and China Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury: India’s Eurasian Pathway: Towards an Evolving Strategic Partnership The modern world is evolving, albeit slowly and reluctantly, in the direction of a new geopolitical, economic and technological bipolarity. This is clearly ...


RIAC and IMEMO Experts Discuss Key Aspects of Global Technology Leadership

... research workshop on technological leadership in the transformation of the world order. During the workshop, leading experts discussed key issues of global technological leadership in the new environment and considered the development policy of the USA, China, the EU, and India in the field of innovative technologies against the backdrop of growing competition. Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director General, and Sergey Afontsev, Deputy Director for Research at the Primakov Institute of International Relations of the Russian Academy ...


Does Russia Have ‘Black Knights’?

... problems with balancing. The imbalance of exports and imports makes it difficult to use rubles and rupees in mutual settlements. Indian business is also very cautious in dealing with Russian counterparties. The Indian market is important for Russia, but India itself, like China, can hardly be considered a “black knight” yet. The same can be said about Turkey. Trade volumes have showт significant growth. Turkey has become an important hub for the supply of goods to Russia by companies that have left the country, as ...


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

... implementation either. So far, until the situation becomes clearer, Chinese businesses have mostly preferred to move much of cargo turnover to Chittagong. There is speculation that the Sheikh Hasina government has decided to take this step to reduce China’s influence and to reassure its Indian partners. Nevertheless, it is too early to discount the Greater Payra project: Dhaka is exploring the possibility of a port-based economic development zone that would house clothing, footwear and pharmaceutical plants, cement and oil refineries,...


Andrew Korybko To Anita Inder Singh: Your Perception of The Ukrainian Conflict Is Flawed

... might ‘first of all… relates to its economic might… why should we follow third countries’ interests in building our policy?’ Such is Russia’s applause for China’s imperialism.” Singh should know, however, that Russia has never taken China’s side in its clashes with India, nor will it likely ever do so. This is especially the case nowadays, since India serves the purpose of preemptively averting Russia’s potentially disproportionate dependence on China as a valve from Western sanctions pressure. By backstabbing ...


The Assembly Lines of Grand Eurasia

... could be pursued simultaneously. In the scenario involving the formation of the Eurasian core for the Global South, the main question is its composition and the resulting scenarios of further expansion. One possible modality would be the RIC (Russia-China-India) serving as a core, with further additions focusing on the largest Eurasian economies such as the G20 countries from Eurasia — Saudi Arabia, Indonesia or Turkey. This route would clearly result in the assembly process being slow and lacking connectivity ...


Russia has made a decisive break with the West and is ready to help shape a new world order

... the Cold War, the leading countries of Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America have risen spectacularly in all respects, from economically and politically to technologically and militarily. Even before the outbreak of the “hybrid war,” China had overtaken Germany not only as Russia’s principal trading partner, but also as the leading exporter of machinery and equipment to Russia. India, a traditional importer of Soviet and Russian weapons, is now emerging as a major technology partner for Moscow. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are Russia’s principal partners in regulating oil output in the OPEC+ format. Turkey and ...


The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity: America’s Answer to the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership?

... pandemic), it is more proactive when it comes to investment, trying to ensure that the Indo-Pacific market continues to be highly dependent on U.S. investments (especially in the ASEAN countries, where U.S. foreign direct investment exceeds that of China, Japan and South Korea). The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity is designed to promote and strengthen partnerships within the Quad of the United States, Japan, India and Australia. Industry-specific priorities largely overlap with the economic agenda of the Quad , which is aimed at combating climate change and ensuring compliance with regulations in the field of IT, biotechnology, etc. Moving forward with the ...


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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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