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Russia Moves East, India West, Straining Ties

... take sides in this forthcoming US-China rivalry. On the contrary, it is in their best interests to confront this bipolarity and to mitigate it to the extent possible with a new emphasis on multilateralism. India, China and 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,...

28.12.2020

The 2000 Declaration on Strategic Partnership between India and Russia

An anatomy of two decades of strategic bilateral engagement On October 3, 2000, Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and President Vladimir Putin cemented India-Russia bilateral ties with the signing of the historical agreement, the “ Declaration on the India-Russia Strategic Partnership .” Two decades since the signing of the agreement, bilateral relations are hailed to have chartered new levels of cooperation amid fast changing regional and global scenarios....

28.10.2020

The Belt and Road Initiative: Towards a New World Order

... another manifestation of the gradual disintegration of the existing world order. This process is gaining momentum and directly affects almost every area of intergovernmental relations. Andrey Kortunov: Heartland Reunion: Geopolitical Chimera or Historical Chance? In these circumstances, we are witnessing the ever-increasing efforts of leading states, either by themselves or with other countries, to promote various integration mechanisms that would satisfy their immediate interests and at the same ...

10.07.2019

What the SCO Summit in Bishkek Confirmed

... neighbors (primarily with Russia and China) and increase India’s role in regional and global affairs, which is the object of the country’s progressively growing desire. These developments also open new opportunities for broad cooperation within BRICS and the consultative mechanism of three SCO members — Russia, India, and China (known as RIC). The next RIC meeting is scheduled to take place alongside the upcoming BRICS summit in Osaka in late June 2019, which will be held concurrently with ...

24.06.2019

Endgame of the Long Cold War

... career they would fight for their country. “ It will happen ” he emphasized , laying to rest any ambiguity, and went on to list names of the possible theatres and adversaries: “It is a virtual certainty that you will fight on a battlefield for America at some point in your life. You will lead soldiers in combat. It will happen...Some of you will join the fight…in the Indo-Pacific, where …an increasingly militarized China challenges our presence in the region. Some of you will join the fight ...

21.06.2019

Indian Elections 2019: Towards New Economic and Political Goals

... pursued these past five years. Hence, it was no surprise that throughout the campaign, these accomplishments were used as evolving signposts of a globally practiced foreign policy forged on a wider elemental and dimensional canvass. Alexey Kupriyanov: BRICS, SCO and Kashmir Terrorism India’s engagement in its neighborhood The neighborhood surrounding India remains a challenged and contested geopolitical area, which would understandably attract the attention of the new government, mirroring the impulse ...

23.05.2019

Heartland Reunion: Geopolitical Chimera or Historical Chance?

... would seem that there are no fundamental obstacles to the consolidation of the Heartland: the interests of Beijing and New Delhi coincide on most major international issues. China and India have much in common. Both countries are, in their own way, historically stable and internally cohesive alternatives to Atlantic civilization. China and India are, along with the Arabic East (and to a lesser extent Tropical Africa south of the Sahara), the two most important points of the crystallization of “non-western” ...

08.02.2019

Indo-Pacific or Community of Common Destiny?

... exceptionally high for individual states, for entire regions, and for the world system as a whole. It is clear that the epicentre of the struggle is — and will continue to be — the Eurasian continent. After all, not only does it remain the main historical core of and driving economic force behind the modern world, but is also rightly considered the main prize in the forthcoming redistribution of the world. At the present time, two competing long-term visions of Eurasia are coming into focus. Each ...

28.05.2018

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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  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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