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Russia Moves East, India West, Straining Ties

... Russia are all members of BRICS and of SCO; Moscow could work harder making these institutions more efficient in reaching common denominators for even highly sensitive security and development issues. There is also a separate mechanism of the Russia-India-China trilateral consultations, which deserves more attention than it gets today. Andrey Kortunov: Eight Principles of the “Greater Eurasian Partnership” The future of Eurasia at the end of the day depends largely on the future of the China-India ...


Experts Discuss the Near Future of the Asia Pacific Region

... and the rivalry with China. The former leaves the country with deteriorating service sector, rising unemployment and exacerbating inequality, which creates additional economic and social pressure on the country. On the other hand, the conflict with China pushes India to increase its military spending and look for new arms contracts. Firm in the position to safeguard its zone of influence in the Pacific Ocean, India will inevitably seek for help to contain and deter China, which automatically navigates it away ...


BRICS and the Western-Centric Global Film Industry: Possibilities of the Digital Era

... shortage in film industry professionals and impressive talents. The countries also have some of the world’s most reputable learning institutions in the field of cinema, such as Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) (Russia), Beijing Film Academy (China), Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (India) and others. Third, the BRICS countries have a significant record of successful efforts and a skilled workforce in the fields of digital technology, artificial intelligence and data analysis, which are vital components for a successful streaming ...


‘Selective’ Bipolarity? From a Coalition of War to a Coalition of Sanctions

... valuable member of the anti-Chinese coalition. Delhi has old contradictions with Beijing, which have recently become more acute. But luring India into a tough anti-Chinese coalition led by the United States will be difficult. The history of independent India has its own foreign policy traditions, which do not include subordination to another country. There are also problems in relations with other large countries, which have difficult relations with China. For example, the US partnership with Vietnam and Indonesia has become deeper, but they are far from a coalition against China. Russia, for obvious reasons, cannot be part of such a coalition. Moscow for Washington is a rival, standing somewhere ...


RIAC at the Global Counter Terrorism Council’s Webinar

... possible negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on China’s Belt and Road Initiative. While some experts argued that the current crisis could undermine the Initiative, most experts believe its negative impact may be only short-term. Growing US – China rivalry, India’s policy in the region as well as Quad’s role in Indo-Pacific were also addressed. The meeting brought together Amb. Gautam Bambawale, former Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan and Ambassador to China, Gen. Daya Rathnayake, Chairman of the ...


Coronavirus as a Problem of Fathers and Sons

... United States, the struggle to challenge Donald Trump (73 years old) is between Joe Biden (77 years old) and Bernie Sanders (78 years old). Last year the seventy-year milestone was crossed by the UN Secretary General António Guterres. And this year, the Indian leader Narendra Modi celebrates his seventieth birthday. In China and Russia, Xi Jingping (66 years old) and Vladimir Putin (67 years old), as far as one can judge, do not even think about handing over to possible successors. So far, only German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is only a year younger than Chairman ...


Soleimani’s Assassination Is More than a Crime

... time and no political will around to put together a regional collective security system, one should at least think about a regional crisis management mechanism involving Iran and key neighboring Arab starts. Concerned overseas powers – like Russia, China, India, and EU – could assist in building this mechanism working with their respective regional partners. We should regard the assassination of General Qasem Soleimani as a wakeup call, not as a trumpet of the approaching Armageddon. First published ...


India and the SCO: A Vision for Expanding New Delhi’s Engagement

... the Kremlin retains with CARs. A calibrated Indian-Russian coordination in Central Asia can also help overcome the latent dissonance that has lately crept in their strategic outlook. Meanwhile, given the Wuhan Spirit-led ongoing positive momentum in India-China ties, the SCO can be a platform for India to reset ties with China. Beijing’s ongoing and unpredictable standoff with the U.S. can be leveraged to build greater Chinese sensitivity to India' core concerns since a confrontation with New Delhi can ...


R6 — the Case for a New Global Currency Basket

... sanctioned objects in the mirror are closer than they appear.” In other words, China may also be a subject to sanctions at one point partially or fully. Tristan Kenderdine: US–Iran Conflict Would Strengthen China’s Position in the Middle East China, Russia, India, Brazil, and South Africa are the founding members of the New Development Bank . NDB’s 2017–2021 general strategy clearly highlights the bank’s commitment and intention to be new in three areas: 1) new relationships; 2) new projects and instruments; ...


India and Latin America: When a Rising Power and an Emergent Growth Pole Engage

... local employment procreated, by such investment. Andrey Kortunov: Heartland Reunion: Geopolitical Chimera or Historical Chance? While India lacks the global prowess to pull-off mega projects in ports, expressways, hydro-dams, etc., of the kind that China alluringly dangles, before a gapingly infrastructure deficient Latin America, Indian investment can most certainly make a material splash, in advancing the cause of benign socio-economically empowering emancipation, through agriculture, housing, skills-sets improvement, education and human resource development, soft-sector capacitation,...


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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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    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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