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The revolution scenario envisages a high likelihood of the U.S.-China contradictions exacerbating in East and Southeast Asia with the U.S. European... ... force; on the contrary, America’s demonstrated unwillingness to directly engage in the Russia–Ukraine conflict could provoke Beijing to undertake more decisive actions concerning... ... Ukraine.
On the other hand, this scenario involves clearer centrifugal trends within the European Union: between the northern and southern members, between the “old” and...
... of the parties will be able to achieve the political goals for which a huge price has already been paid, both in human lives and in terms of enormous damage to the economy. The contours of the balance for global and regional players—the EU, the US, China, Japan, Iran and others are more clearly visible.
The European Union bears the most serious losses and costs. They are associated with the rupture of numerous trade and economic ties with Russia. The main challenge is the replacement of Russian oil, gas, metals and a number of other commodities on the European market. This process will require a serious concentration of resources and political will. In the next few years, it will affect ...
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... for business. The change of administration in the United States has resulted in adjustments to the policy of sanctions against Russia, China and Iran. The EU’s toolkit of restrictive measures has been gradually developing, although there have been no significant ... ... officials, although it did not go for stricter restrictions on financial institutions.
Sanctions against China were imposed by the European Union and other US allies. Brussels has done so using its
new legal mechanism on human rights
. Beijing delivered an ...
... control is carried out directly in very rare cases and mainly occurs through institutional mechanisms of interaction, with the European Union or other organisations of the community of market democracies.
As a result of the end of the Cold War, a significant ... ... effective sovereignty. The collapse of the USSR, as well as the collapse of the colonial system in previous decades, led to Russia and China being surrounded by a number of neighbours with whom they can build relatively equal relations in the same way that the ...
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The report analyses the application of foreign sanctions against Russian citizens, companies and economy sectors. It also considers global trends in the use of sanctions and restrictive measures against Russia within individual areas (the “Ukrainian package,” sanctions against pipeline projects, “cyber sanctions,...
Discussion was moderated by Ksenia Kuzmina, Program Manager, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC)
On March 2, 2021, Carnegie Moscow Center hosted an online event “Asymmetric Entente. Europe’s Role in Russia’s Growing Dependence on China”.
Discussion was moderated by Ksenia Kuzmina, Program Manager, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC). Dmitry Trenin, Director, Carnegie Moscow Center, and RIAC Member, and Alexander Gabuev, Chair, Russia in the Asia-Pacific Program, Carnegie ...
We will not see an early US-Russian summit in 2021
Russian leadership tried hard to avoid any statements that would indicate its preference ... ... the transatlantic relations that were seriously damaged by his predecessor. Another burning matter is a trade agreement with China: it will not end the US-Chinese economic or technological competition, but can at least help to prevent a full-fledged trade ...
... Chinese authorities announced that the debt of 77 countries, including Moldova, had been temporarily suspended.
Beijing's choice to focus its attention on Moldova is explained by the country's non-alignment, but also by the reluctance of Moscow and the European Union to become more involved. China is, therefore, meeting no resistance from the Russians or westerners.
For the Kremlin, Chinese investments in the region could harm the ambitions of Brussels and Washington in Moldova, China being an ally of Russia. While for westerners, China was providing considerable aid to the EU by modernising ...