Search: India,Ukraine,China (7 materials)

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

... 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 ... ... strategic region. The fact that the vast majority of non-Western countries refused to condemn Russia for what it is doing in Ukraine – many of them despite strong US pressure – is most encouraging for Moscow. In the sense that those who are not against ...


Restoration, Reformation, Revolution? Blueprints for the World Order after the Russia-Ukraine conflict

Working Paper #66, 2022 Working Paper #66, 2022 The Russian-Ukrainian conflict will lead to long-term global socio-economic and political consequences in the foreseeable future. Russian and foreign experts are currently exploring a wide range of scenarios for such transformation—from relatively positive to extremely negative. The author formulated three potentially possible options for the current world order transformation, assessing the probability and consequences of the practical implementation...


Ukrainian Crisis. Who Has the Upper Hand?

... opportunities to increase their influence over the long term The military operation in Ukraine raises the question of the balance of losses and gains of key participants,... ... economy. The contours of the balance for global and regional players—the EU, the US, China, Japan, Iran and others are more clearly visible. The European Union bears the... ... convenient for the Americans to oust Russia from the world arms markets. China and India will remain major buyers, but competition for other markets will be more difficult...


End of Diplomacy? Or a Toast for the Swedish Masters

... potential as tech partner with Africa. Go for it. Narender Nagarwal: Debunking Some Myths about Russia’s Military Intervention in Ukraine 7. It is correct that the West will fight for the narratives to influence the minds and hearts of the rest of the world.... ... and often obviously hypocritical narratives of the West. As noted earlier, Russia has very good and warm relations with both China and India—together nearly 3 billion people. We also must look at China’s enormous goodwill in Africa and trade relations with ...


Will Russia Return to Europe?

... miracle one succeeds in removing the main obstacle to Russian-European cooperation — to wit, the ongoing conflict in and around Ukraine. Paradoxically, the only realistic path for a Russian return to Europe today is via Asia. In other words, if Russia cannot effectuate a return to Europe — on acceptable terms — on its own, then it may only be through the creation, jointly with China, India and other Asia partners, of a ‘Greater Eurasia’ that Russia can acquire the expanded negotiating positions and potential ...


How China and India Can Keep the Peace in Ukraine

... the aid of both the West and the former Soviet bloc. Peacekeepers in southeastern Ukraine are suddenly back on the global policy agenda, and Asia now has its first major... ... acceptable to, both the Russians and the Ukrainians. Which countries in Asia? Answer: Likely India. Perhaps Indonesia. Chinese participation is not to be excluded. What is critical... ... meaningful sanctions relief for the foreseeable future. Back to Asia, and perhaps with China now clearly in the lead. A critical, underappreciated part of any global deal...


Ukrainian NITKA: Grasp ALL, Lose All

... ground-based naval aircraft training facility NITKA, built in the 1970s -1980s near the city of Saki on the Crimean Peninsula, now Ukraine, which seems to be in terminal decline. Due to the Ukrainian leaders’ vacillation on cooperation in the defense-sector, Russia, NITKA’s main user, has launched construction on its own complex, as have India and China, who also have Soviet-built aircraft carriers. Inter-Slavic Dispute NITKA was put into service in August 1982, when the ...


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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