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Continuing Diplomacy by Other Means

... “global governance”. The monopolisation by the three victorious powers (Britain, the USA and France) that arose after the First World War of all possibilities for influencing... ... the European crisis — the selfish behaviour of the Western countries, which forced Russia to switch to a revolutionary method of solving the problem of its security in... ... of the United States and allies is becoming in relation to the growing ambitions of China. Diplomatic pressure on Beijing and the creation of military infrastructure in...


The Distributed World

... earlier centuries (for example, the United States taking over from Britain) will not help today. It just will not work. In theory, China should be the next nation at the helm, but there are several concurrent obstacles to that ever happening. First, the current ... ... chains is a pathway towards overcoming the pandemic-related challenges. The crisis caused by the economic war of the West against Russia has also highlighted the value of interaction that is immune to external interference which includes geographical proximity....


Context and Practice of International Politics: Experience in 2022 and Expectations from 2023

... and practice can grow as much as it shrinks The dramatic events of 2022, centred on the military-political conflict between Russia and the West over the Ukrainian issue, are a vivid example of the interaction of context and practice in international ... ... United States and Western Europe, on the one hand, and by the obvious insufficiency of the forces that are their main opponents - China and Russia - insufficient for a real fight. As a result, if the objective factors in the development of international politics ...


2022: End of the End of History

... interests under good slogans, on the other. The first led to the consumption of resources and the undermining of faith in the omnipotence of the hegemon (the Afghan resistance managed to eject not only the “inefficient USSR”, but also the “efficient USA”, with all its allies). The second is to undermine confidence and growing scepticism on the part of other major players. Russia was the first, then China began to come to a similar understanding. In Russia, it began to emerge during the process of NATO’s advance to the east and transition into the post-Soviet space, perceived by Moscow as “hacking” the political systems of neighbouring states....


American Attempts to Preserve Hegemony Will Only Make the Transition to a New World Order Harder for Washington

... ago was perceived in Washington solely as an international criminal. As for the US-China stand-off, it is not clear what exactly Washington has prepared to counter Beijing’s... ... global public goods, let alone to be the main architects of the new world order. The Russian-Ukrainian conflict cannot be stopped without active American participation.... ... from Hollywood or the science programs of American universities. The position of the USA in international institutions (especially when it comes to their bureaucracy, which...


Key change on the back of China’s initiatives is the emergence of a credible alternative

... center of global affairs? Yaroslav Lissovolik (Lissovolik), Program Director with the Valdai Discussion Club and member of the Russian International Affairs Council, shared his views on these matters with Global Times (GT) reporter Xia Wenxin in an e-mail ... ... scenarios and the possible policy responses coming though G20 policy coordination. GT: How do you feel about the changes in China's role and influence in the G20 over the past few years? What has China's vision of global governance, as well as the initiatives ...


Washington Likely to Ask EU Allies to Share More Burden on Aid to Kiev after Midterm Race

The new emphasis on China will not change the US position on Ukraine, but it might affect the foreign policy discourse in Washington Foreign policy ... ... argue that today there is a solid bipartisan consensus on the overall US global strategy, including attitudes toward the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Andrey Kortunov: A New Western Cohesion and World Order US military aid to Kiev will continue throughout ...


The World After the Hegemony

... longer be stopped. The coming period will be the time for defining a new power base of the order, and it is still difficult to say which powers and to what extent will become part of it. It is important that the great powers of the present time - the USA, Russia, China and India - are not close or, moreover, united in terms of values and understanding of the basic principles of internal order. So far, the biggest problem is the behaviour of the United States and inpidual countries of Western Europe, which, due ...


Sanctions at a Bifurcation Point

Russia amid the current conditions has no choice but to radically restructure the mechanisms of its financial and trade relations ... ... combined with more familiar sanctions instruments, including export or import bans. It would seem that the rapid economic growth of China and the European Union should have interfered with US leadership and reduced the severity of sanctions. However, it turned ...


China’s 100-year Plan in Ukraine

While Xi Jinping may respect the legitimacy of Russia’s actions to protect its national interests and security in the face of external forces, he has a greater interest in having a bird’s eye view of China’s greatest costs of war During the Cold War, the Soviet Union and the United States competed for global supremacy numerous times by waging proxy wars around the world; Afghanistan, Vietnam, and Angola being the most notable. Today, Russia has ...


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  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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