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The Intellectual Vector: Where Russian Interventionism Is Imperative

... the author. With the election of a new President in Sri Lanka, this writer’s tenure as Sri Lanka’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Russian Federation concludes at the end of this year. 1 . ‘What Russia can give to Asia?’, Russia in the Forming Greater Eurasia, Problems of Geography, Volume 148, eds. VM Kotlyakov, VA Shuper, Moscow Kodeks Publishing House 2019, p. 71


Remarks at the 12th Eurasian Economic Forum

... once again, could meet better understanding in the EAEU. So, prospects and horizons are clear, all the “recipes” required are in our hands, it is, as always, a question of political will. We do have it, I would stress with full responsibility. As Russian President Vladimir Putin said, “Greater Eurasia is not an abstract geopolitical scheme, but without any exaggeration, a future-oriented civilisational project” that will change political and economic landscape of the continent, bring peace, stability, prosperity and new living standards ...


Orders Within Orders: A New Paradigm for Greater Eurasia

... to infuse the Greater Eurasia vision with additional content will not only help Moscow to engage with other major powers more on its own terms but also ensure that Russia can maximize its impact Andrey Kortunov: One More Time on Greater Europe and Greater Eurasia While Russia’s vision of a Greater Eurasia has proven useful in addressing certain foreign policy dilemmas, it is still in need of further conceptual development. The paradigm of “orders within orders” could expand and complement the idea of a Greater ...


One More Time on Greater Europe and Greater Eurasia

... Moscow cannot engage EU in a peer dialogue alone or through EAEU, it has to join a more powerful coalition, which will have more leverage in dealing with Brussels. In other words, the concept of Greater Europe should become and is already becoming for Russia a part of a larger Greater Eurasia concept. The idea of Russia’s pivot to Asia has a long history; they tried to implement it in various periods of history and in several different formats. The results have been mixed; in sum, despite a number of success stories, Russia ...


EAEU for citizens and businesses in the mirror of Russia’s EAEU presidency in 2018

... objectives of the regional block is “to create conditions for the stable development of the economies of the member states in order to improve the living standards of their populations”.Achieving these goals is also one of the priorities of the Russian Federation’s presidency in the bodies of the Eurasian Economic Union in 2018. In his January address  to the heads of the EAEU member states  the Russian President Vladimir Putin argued:“We must make sure that all citizens of our states ...


The Eurasian Economic Union is already becoming an important pole in Greater Eurasia

October 10, 2017 in the "Holiday Inn Moscow Lesnaya" hotel an international scientific and practical round table "Greater Eurasia: Challenges and Prospects" was held. The event was organized by the Eurasian Sector, CCEIS, Higher School of Economics. The moderator of the discussion was the head of the sector Yuri Kofner.Representatives from countries such as Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Thailand and Germany took part in the event (either physically or by video bridge); as well as from such universities as: HSE, MGIMO, Moscow State University, Ludwig-Maximilian University (Munich), KFU and Orenburg ...


Germany’s Southern Сorridor to Greater Eurasia: Away from Warsaw towards Damascus

... to other geographical regions which may bring greater potential benefits to Germany and other net contributor states. A historic opportunity is opening for Germany to re-enter the Middle East. From Berlin-Baghdad to Berlin-Damascus Anna Kuznetsova: Greater Eurasia: Perceptions from Russia, the European Union, and China Germany’s interest in the Middle East dates back to the turn of the 19th century. The Middle East was a region thirsting for investment in infrastructure and for industrial imports. The Berlin-Baghdad railway was ...


Will Erdogan resort to regional nuclear blackmail?

... at the earliest opportune moment. This will assuredly happen after President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan determines the extent of Russian geopolitical concession, if any, during an Aug 9 meeting with President Vladimir Putin. Everyone is playing a game of ... ... Erdogan’s Pan-Turkic/Neo-Ottoman fantasies which stretch from the Balkans to Xinjiang – right through the heart of Greater Eurasia. This is redolent of a nuclear game theory denouement worthy of the legendary Herman Kahn himself! The Nuclear ...


Is the UN relevant anymore to Greater Eurasia?

... to the jaundiced justice of the United States. The growing irrelevancy of the UN As US-facilitated lawlessness abound, can the United Nations play any meaningful role in promoting a semblance of international law? Sooner or later, the people of Greater Eurasia, particularly within the core nations of Russia, China and India may demand a governmental reappraisal of their UN memberships. What does the UN do? Prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons, which, failed in the case of Pakistan, North Korea and possibly Saudi Arabia? Prevent the emergence ...


Greater Eurasia vs Greater Eurabia: The Fault-lines Emerge

... times of peril. Barring game-changing wildcards, this is the 21st century reality. In terms of longevity, Greater Eurasia’s civilization-states include China and India (5,000-years-old), Iran and Israel (4,000 years), Japan (3,000 years) and Russia (1,000 years). All other nations within Greater Eurasia are adjuncts, bridges or melting pots created by some of these ancient states. Japan and Israel however are standalone civilizations, with the latter having suffered a two-millennium gap in its existence. Civilizations welcome globalization ...


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