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Russian and Chinese Economies Complement Each Other Perfectly

... this foundation is guiding the bilateral partnership. It has raised very specific issues, projects, and industries in which Russia and China interact and plan to boost cooperation. It is now time to implement these intentions, but at least the fact that ... ... and concrete partnership is obvious to the whole world. The mutual statement covered the main spheres for further interaction. Energy cooperation will obviously expand. The leaders have discussed it many times, and the projects have already been launched....


Much to Expect from Chinese President's State Visit to Russia

... it is the second largest economy in the world, one of the biggest trading powers, one of the most major consumer markets among other reasons. Creating a roadmap for joining forces in this area as well as strengthening economic cooperation amidst anti-Russian sanctions are likely to be central during the summit. Finally, there is some intrigue about the depth of cooperation in the energy sector and whether any new agreements about natural gas exports are going to be achieved during Xi's visit. Agreements, regarding the construction of the Power of Siberia-1 gas pipeline and the increasing involvement of Chinese financial institutions ...


Developing Russia-India Economic Ties Under New Circumstances

.... For many years, Russian-Indian trade failed to match the in-depth specially privileged strategic partnership and political ties between the two nations1. Today, trade is growing at an outstripping pace as Russia rapidly increases its deliveries of Russian energy sources, fertilizers, iron, steel, timber products, plant and animal oils to India. Given the increase in Russian exports, Moscow and New Delhi now face the task of reducing India’s growing trade deficit, by searching for new trade and by rebalancing ...


Russia — India Energy Cooperation: RIAC and MCCI Roundtable

On September 30, 2022 the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) together with the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a roundtable Russia – India Energy Cooperation under New Geopolitical Conditions. The event was closed from the public On September 30, 2022 the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) together with the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a roundtable Russia – ...


Logistics as a Factor in Russia’s “East Policy”

“Freight pivot to the East,” or when the Far East finally stops being a “far” away region New trends in the logistics component of Russia’s economy were among the principal discussions of the 7th Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) held on September 5–8, 2022 in Vladivostok. Even Vladimir Putin dwelled specifically on this matter in his plenary address when he said, “Notably, despite ...


Russian Oil and NPPs Re-Commissioned: Japan’s Revised Energy Strategy

... unfeasible without India and China getting involved) should not be taken literally—they should only be interpreted through the lens of Japan’s desire to demonstrate its loyalty to its Western allies. In reality, even if Japan is capable of cutting out Russian energy sources, it is only feasible in some distant future, when the situation around NPPs becomes clear and RES generation reaches about 50%.


Russia and the EU’s messy energy divorce places both sides in a race against time

... agreed that any cuts will be voluntary and have no mandatory cap. The rest will depend on further developments around many fault lines, including those in Ukraine, the EU itself, and between Russia and the West in general. The short-term significance of Russian-EU relations in the energy sector is obvious – they will set the tone for the relationship in general for some time. Nevertheless, they do not seem to have the capacity to remain a priority in the long term. The EU sees its goal as finding a Russian gas-free solution for ...


Russia and Turkey: State and Prospects of Energy Cooperation

Working Paper No. 63 Working Paper No. 63 Cooperation in the energy sector is one of the most important facets of Russian foreign policy. Interaction in this area helps to develop mutually beneficial trade relations and ensure the energy security of Russia and its partners. Energy cooperation between Russia and Turkey has been comprehensive and strategic in recent years. This working paper contains an analysis of the current state and prospects of this cooperation. It examines in detail the role ...


How the Arms Control Approach Could Help Russia Tackle Climate Change

... policies of the world’s major powers. Rather, it is the consummation of a sea change that has been brewing for the past couple of years in the Kremlin’s thinking. President Vladimir Putin announced the carbon neutrality goal in remarks at the recent Russian Energy Week in Moscow. Climate change denial is over. Debate about what exactly has caused it is considered politically irrelevant. What matters are the existing realities and the current trends, which amount to all the world’s major economies moving ...


Interests of Russia and UK on the Green Agenda Were Discussed at the RIAC–RUSI–E3G Workshop

... house format) on green agenda approaches and energy transition. The workshop was organized within the framework of the sixth round of the project “A New Agenda for Russia–UK Relations”. The goals of the meeting were to discuss the interests of Russia and UK on climate change and energy transition, to seek convergence of positions on key issues of the bilateral environmental agenda. Within the framework of the workshop two sessions were held. The first session was devoted to the interests and positions of Russia and UK on the ...


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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
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