Search: Russia,EAEU (80 materials)


Moscow’s Painful Adjustment to the Post-Soviet Space

... trade and investment spheres, active competition with neighbors in the markets of third countries, etc. Of course, multilateral economic projects continued: In 2015, the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) began to operate. However, the importance of the EAEU for Russia remained very limited—the share of the member countries of this organization accounts for less than 10 percent of the total volume of Russian foreign trade (the share of the EU in Germany's foreign trade is almost 60 percent). Although the EAEU,...


The CSTO and EAEU in a New Era: From Abstraction to Practice

... will have to re-evaluate their cooperation and integration achievements already in terms of how they help or hinder the operation of the common market in the face of economic warfare from the West and the potentially growing importance of China for the Russian economy and, in its wake, other economies of the Eurasian space. The EAEU countries are not striving to make their association a conductor for a new one-sided dependence, in any case, for them it will be a rational policy to increase autonomy in the world economy. At the same time, a number of issues have already become ...


From St. Petersburg to Syunik: Reinvigorating the Russian–Armenian Security Alliance

... down to the common soldier. Florin Pasatoiu, Cristian Nitoiu: Kazakhstan: from the Games of Thrones to the Jewel in the String of Pearls III. Restriction of Turkish economic penetration and control into the Armenian Republic . Conversely, the role of Russia and the EAEU in the economic life of Armenia should be enhanced, with the aim of promoting economic growth and opportunity, as envisioned in Point I. Naturally, Armenia and Russia should both be interested in Yerevan normalizing relations with Turkey and Azerbaijan,...


Iran and Eurasian Economic Union Negotiations: Upgrading EAEU-Iran Preferential Trade Agreement into a Free Trade Agreement

... Administration (IRICA), Iran exported over $420.823 million worth of commodities to the EAEU members in this period, 37 per cent more than the figure for the same period in 2020. During these five months of 2021, the top destinations for Iranian exports to the EAEU were : Russian Federation ($222.743 million), Armenia ($99.683 million), Kazakhstan ($63.677 million), Kyrgyzstan ($26.981 million), Belarus ($7.738 million). This volume of trade was achieved at a time when the United States withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive ...


BRICS+2.0: Integration Reloaded

... initiatives in the sphere of economic integration, since the majority of BRICS economies now conduct their trade policy only in the framework of their respective regional integration arrangements. This is the case in particular with Brazil (MERCOSUR), Russia (EAEU), South Africa (SADC/SACU). To put this more bluntly, the regional BRICS+ format is the only feasible platform for economic integration alliances to be finally launched among the BRICS countries after an extended period of limited economic advances ...


Pakistan’s Opportunities

... India from the Soviet Union, which immediately also sent a robust naval force to counter the US Navy in the Bay of Bengal, restrained the Americans, due to sudden risk of a direct (potentially nuclear) confrontation with the Soviet Union. This debt to Russia is, however, not well remembered in India today. The US even went further with dirty tricks in support of West Pakistan in 1971. US President Nixon’s Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told the Chinese UN Ambassador in New York to the effect ...


The Complex World Order

... economy than Australia, and a population of 145 million, the same as Pakistan. No data showed that Russia could resurge to where Russia is today. And the Neo-realists failed to understand it even as it happened. The Taliban were not defeated after the U.S.... ... just an intermediate level. Above that level, there are groups of states, like the UN, the EU, the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), ASEAN, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), NATO, etc. Below states, there are provinces, companies, organizations....


Singapore Should Play Significant Role in Russia’s Indo-Pacific Policy

... with Russia, too. Journalist Dmitri Simes Jr. published an insightful piece about their ties in May 2020 titled “Singapore: Russia’s New Gateway To Southeast Asia?” He drew attention to the significance of Singapore’s 2019 trade deal with the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). This enables the city-state to access the promising Eurasian marketplace while Russian companies that incorporate on the island can capitalize on Singapore’s free trade agreements with the rest of ASEAN as well as the bloc’s similar pacts with ...


Revisiting Canada-Russia Relations: A New Paradigm for a Multipolar World

... Moscow could begin with efforts to identify elements of commonality in both countries’ respective visions for development and stability in Asia. Given Canada’s interest in deepening its economic relations with Asia, this could include exploring how Russia envisions the role of its Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) in the region’s trading architecture and whether it could be incorporated into any future efforts to harmonize existing regional trade blocs, including the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the recently ...


EAEU–Iran Trade and Its Prospects

... opportunities are limited by the fact that the oil sector remains the backbone of the economies of Iran, Russia and Kazakhstan. This is why the EAEU cannot offer Iran anything comparable to what China offers. Then, there is the special position that Russia occupies on the EAEU energy markets. Tehran can hardly expect to significantly increase its gas supplies to Armenia, as Russia continues to have a hold on this market. Finally, U.S. sanctions play a huge role in limiting development opportunities, and the EAEU and Iran ...


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