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NATO’s Cheek by Russia’s Jowl

... possible entry into NATO Much has been said and written about the likely consequences of Finland and Sweden joining NATO. A legion of analysts have already assessed the changing balance of power in the Baltic Sea, the new situation on the long Finnish-Russian land border as well as the possible implications of such NATO’s expansion for the Arctic. Experts are actively discussing the modalities of Helsinki’s and Stockholm’s practical inclusion in the bloc’s current initiatives and upcoming plans,...

17.05.2022

Professor Jeffrey Sachs: “I Don’t Believe in Isolating Russia

... when it comes to the real origins of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Professor Sachs argues that peace negotiations in earnest should start immediately, proceeding from Ukraine’s neutrality and no NATO enlargement. He does not believe in isolating Russia, being convinced that Washington is undermining U.S. dollar worldwide prevalence by imposing sanctions on international payment systems. Finally, the famous academician and the author of many foreign affairs bestsellers maintains that the U.S. ...

16.05.2022

South Africa’s Position on Ukrainian Crisis

The South African President is one of the few leaders who made accusations against NATO and did not succumb to the enormous collective pressure of the Western nations Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine has put to test the traditionally friendly relations between Russia and South Africa. The events in Ukraine have acquired a wide international resonance, with many nations publicly discussing the hostilities....

13.05.2022

U.S. Plays 'Dangerous Game' in Trying to 'Cancel' Russia

Anti-Russian hysteria has quickly spread to everyday life Moscow's envoy in Washington has warned that a growing backlash against all things Russia-related in the United States in response to the war in Ukraine has surpassed even Cold War-era levels, telling ...

12.05.2022

Opportunities to Continue Expert Dialogue on European Security Issues Discussed at the Meeting with British Ambassador

On May 6, 2022, Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, had a meeting with Deborah Bronnert, British Ambassador to Russia, at her residence On May 6, 2022, Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, had a meeting with Deborah Bronnert, British Ambassador to Russia, at her residence. The meeting addressed the possibility to continue Russia-the UK expert and analytical ...

09.05.2022

NATO Not Taking Nuclear War Threat Seriously

Russia has repeatedly drawn the attention of the United States that it is important to continue the joint work on an agreement that could replace New START Russia's envoy to the United States has told Newsweek that leaders of the U.S.-led NATO military ...

06.05.2022

The US Confiscation Policy

The victorious march of the authorities of the US, the EU, and other countries over the fragments of Russian property gives rise to legitimate fears among investors from other countries On April 28, US President Joe Biden asked Congress to pass new legislation on the confiscation of Russian property . The presidential proposals were previously developed ...

06.05.2022

Meeting with French Ambassador Pierre Levy and German Ambassador Geza Andreas von Geyr

On May 5, 2022, Igor Ivanov, RIAC President, had a meeting with French Ambassador Pierre Levy and German Ambassador Geza Andreas von Geyr at the French Embassy in Russia On May 5, 2022, Igor Ivanov, RIAC President, had a meeting with French Ambassador Pierre Levy and German Ambassador Geza Andreas von Geyr at the French Embassy in Russia. The meeting addressed the prospects in relations between Russia and the ...

05.05.2022

Ukrainian Crisis Prompts Sanctions against Internet Backbone: What is the Stakeholders’ Response?

... fragmenting the digital environment of the Internet into national jurisdictions were noted as alarming and at odds with the core principles of Internet governance. Yet, in 2022, intentional fragmentation of the Internet—following the implementation of anti-Russian sanctions—has suddenly been perceived as a “necessary evil” to stop military hostilities. Let’s investigate whether all stakeholders are indeed of the same opinion concerning the situation. Ivan Timofeev: Ukrainian Crisis. Who Has the ...

05.05.2022
 

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