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Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group Supports Joint Statement of the Leaders of the Five Nuclear-Weapon States Affirming: “A Nuclear War Cannot be Won and Must Never be Fought”

... Security Leadership Group (EASLG) The Co-Conveners of the Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group (EASLG) released the following statement : “We welcome the leadership shown by the leaders of The People’s Republic of China, the French Republic, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the United States of America in their January 3, 2022 Joint Statement on Preventing Nuclear War and Avoiding Arms Races. We are encouraged by the statement’s clear affirmation ...

14.01.2022

Will the U.S.-Russian Strategic Dialogue Be a Step Back from War?

... the Schiller Institute Harley Schlanger : Hello, I’m Harley Schlanger with the Schiller Institute and Executive Intelligence Review. It’s January 6, 2022, and I’m joined today, very happily, by Dr. Andrey Kortunov, the director general of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC). He’s been a participant at several Schiller Institute conferences. The RIAC itself is a very prestigious and important institute in shaping Russian foreign policy. We’re speaking at a moment of heightened ...

13.01.2022

Ukrainian Crisis: Political Economy of Confrontation

..., the resource factor inevitably translates the issue of security and power into the category of political economy. The science of international relations can be thought of as political economy under conditions of anarchy. Ivan Timofeev: War Between Russia and Ukraine: A Basic Scenario? In this case, the question arises: what are the modern “currency” or “currencies” of security and power? Military strength? Technologies? Territory? Minerals? Human capital? In the science of international ...

11.01.2022

US’ Hyperbolic China, Russia, Iran Statements Show Outdated Foreign Policy

... problems rather than on foreign adversaries Last week, CNBC published an op-ed piece by Frederick Kempe, a prominent US analyst and journalist. The author argues that in 2022 the US will have to focus on confronting the challenges coming from China, Russia and Iran. He suggests that these three nations will likely try to make use of the perceived US foreign policy weakness, which the recent American withdrawal from Afghanistan demonstrated in the most explicit way. Frederick Kempe also suggests that ...

23.12.2021

Modernising India-Russia Ties

At the Summit, differences were set aside to make transformative progress in defence, fintech and connectivity, commencing a new era of India-Russia relations fit for the 21st century The India–Russia leaders’ summit and ministerial meetings in New Delhi on Dec. 6, scored big. Differences were set aside to make transformative progress in defence, fintech and connectivity among other sectors,...

10.12.2021

Russia-India Summit: Is the Strategic Partnership Still Afloat?

... clear-eyed review of the current state of their ties with an emphasis on intensifying dialogue in the new sectors After almost two years in the making, the meeting between Vladimir Putin and Narendra Modi was held on December 6, 2021 in New Delhi. The Russian President’s visit was anticipated as never before since the absence of personal meetings at the leadership level turned out to be critical for the bilateral ties moving forward. Only when leaders meet, the relationship may receive an impetus ...

09.12.2021

Moscow’s Caucasian Conundrum: Turkish-Russian Relations and the Limits of “Strategic Competition”

Although Moscow’s position in the region remains firm, Kremlin elites are becoming increasingly wary of Ankara’s efforts to project its influence along Russian borders Russo–Turkish relations have been at the forefront of recent media discussions. Cooperative competition, “frenemies,” managed rivalry, “ co-opetition ,” and other catchy terms are used to describe bilateral relations between ...

30.11.2021

Kabul: Old Problems are New Challenges

The international community may benefit from Russia’s experience in promoting domestic consensus in Afghanistan It has been some three months since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, precipitously and without large-scale bloodshed. This came as a complete surprise for the global community—but ...

26.11.2021

War Between Russia and Ukraine: A Basic Scenario?

The costs of a possible war between Russia and Ukraine far outweigh the benefits. The question arises—to whom and under what conditions is this scenario beneficial? Concern is growing in the Western media over Russian military activity in the southwestern theatre. There are opinions ...

25.11.2021
 

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