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Presentation of the Report «Development of the EAEU 2022+: Strategic Objectives and Demands of the Times»

... deepening integration and developing new integration initiatives. Further progress depends on common markets, depth of engagement among the members in the Union, recognition of its benefits, and effective leadership. In the today’s environment the EAEU should focus on redirecting logistics to bolster Russian exports and to promote parallel imports in Russia to meet the interests of all Union states. Anna Tsybulina, Associate Professor at the Department of Integration Processes at MGIMO University, pointed out that not only ad hoc problem solving, ...


Marriage of Sanctions Convenience: Russia Rethinking the EAEU Role

... reserves both within this institution and in partnership with third countries – China, India and ASEAN. Free trade zones: from figures to results Artem Dankov: New Reality: Kazakhstan Searching for Its Place in The Global Economy The priorities of Russia’s EAEU presidency in 2023 and, more broadly, Russia’s vision for the Union over the next 5-10 years would be incomplete without an updated strategy for trade and economic ties between the association and its foreign partners. It is no coincidence that ...


Trenches and Bridges of Eurasian Integration

... only today, but tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. This will mean a new meaning for the EAEU, which, as we would like, should appear in connection with such large-scale transformations in the international landscape. In this regard, it will be sad if Russia and the rest of the EAEU countries spend the coming years not on creating the prerequisites for their joint development in the future, but simply on bargaining for tactical concessions. In the latter case, in a few years they will still have to answer important questions,...


Russian and Armenian Experts Discussed Promising Paths for the EAEU in the New International Context

... Academic Director of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies, National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Program Director of the Valdai International Discussion Club and RIAC Member. Closed-door discussion allowed Russian and Armenian experts to frankly exchange views on challenges and prospects for trade and economic cooperation both among the EAEU member states and with partners in Eurasia. Sergey Chernyshev, Assistant to the Eurasian Economic Commission Trade Minister, Ekaterina Mayorova, Director of Department of Trade Negotiations of the Russian Ministry of Economic Development, Ashot Tavadyan,...


Kyrgyz Neutrality in Russia-Ukraine Conflict

With everybody concerned about the Russo-Ukrainian conflict, what really bothers Bishkek? Seemingly, the relations between Russia and Kyrgyzstan have not changed since the commencement of Russia’s special military operation (SMO) in Ukraine. Kyrgyzstan continues to emphasize the importance of its strategic alliance with Russia, whereas the Russian leadership accentuates ...


25 trends in contemporary international relations and world development

... open and inclusive, have a variable geometry and a huge potential for further development, coming from life. The SCO, BRICS and EAEU are vivid embodiments of this trend. They oppose the cumbersome military-political alliances inherited from the past, with ... ... line with the proverbial “Thucydides' trap”. In particular, we are talking about the double containment of the U.S./West - Russia and China - through the creation of the Ukrainian crisis and the problem of Taiwan. With regard to Russia, the current ...


The Fate of Alliances in the Modern World

... of Moscow’s formal allies in the CSTO and the Eurasian Economic Union amid the current conditions raises questions in Russia. Among its opponents, it raises hopes that the presence of these associations is no longer an advantage, but a problem for Russia’s external and defence policy. We have seen examples when inpidual CSTO or EAEU countries have been less hesitant, if not outright disloyal, in fulfilling the requirements of the United States in matters related to the economic war against Russia. It also cannot be ignored that Moscow’s allies, through their inconsistent behaviour,...


Does Tajikistan Have a Choice Amid Anti-Russian Sanctions?

... fundamental being the 21 st century-focused Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation, and Mutual Assistance as well as the Contract on Allied Interaction. Tajikistan is part to most integrations in the post-Soviet space, where Russia is a member, except for the EAEU. Russia and Tajikistan are building up their trade turnover that, according to official data, grew by 50% in the first six months of 2022. Russia has also taken several steps towards bolstering cooperation in Tajikistan’s industrial, agrarian, cultural,...


The EAEU Amid Global Uncertainty

... Domestic demand cannot replace international customers, and it will take time and effort to find new partners in “non-Western” markets. Adaptation to the new conditions has already begun. In the near future, one can expect some businesses to move from Russia to other EAEU countries (primarily Kazakhstan. For example, the Ural motorcycle plant targeting primarily consumers in the United States is planning to move to Kazakhstan because of the difficulties with the supply of components and a ban on the import of equipment ...


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,...


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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