... revoke them completely. There is a kind of institutional inertia in the EU as well and there is a need for consensus. Some countries will never support that.
Vostok 2022: India’s Participation in Military Exercises
The reality is that sanctions is a long-term challenge—but it does not preclude India and Russia from developing a new bilateral paradigm. Russian side will have to intimate their Indian friends about projects in Russia, provide better investment conditions, raise awareness about Russia, its culture, and markets, etc. Russia should ...
... conference is being held in Mumbai (India), organized by Elara Capital investment bank
On September 5–9, 2022, the Ashwamedh — Elara India Dialogue 2022 conference is being held in Mumbai (India), organized by Elara Capital investment bank. The Indian analytical center Gateway House, RIAC long-term partner, took an active part in organizing the conference.
On September 5, Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, RIAC member, spoke at the session on sanctions as a new tool of warfare. The meeting was also attended by Mikael Wigell, Research Director at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs, and David Rasquinha, former Managing Director of the Export-Import Bank of India.
On the sidelines ...
... round table titled “Russia-India Cooperation under the Impact of Sanctions”
On April 12, 2022, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and Gateway House held a closed-door round table titled “Russia-India Cooperation under the Impact of Sanctions”.
Russian and Indian experts discussed general trends of bilateral collaboration as well as emerging obstacles and new windows for cooperation under mounting sanctions pressure from the West. Special attention was paid to the energy and finance areas.
..., though less pronounced.
5. Russia has long been a permanent and priority target of Western economic sanctions. And Western sanctions have now got as bad as they can be. Pressure will cease to increase, because it can be no worse. Russia already buys ... ... partner-potential to a tech production which rivals and, in several cases, surpasses that of the combined West. The same with India. For instance, in computing, India has world-class technology. Finally, we have to see technology in a deeper perspective....
... result. The world has been waiting in trepidation for several years already to see what the US will ultimately do. Everything will become clearer by sometime in November and the situation can arguably evolve along either possible trajectory – the US sanctions India or it grants the country a waiver. It's too difficult to discern from open sources exactly what the American leadership's thought process is on this issue. There are pros and cons to each scenario from the American, Indian, and Russian perspectives....
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... concern for the custodian of the global reserve currency.
New World Begets a New Bank
As a default mode, China should also beware that “the sanctioned objects in the mirror are closer than they appear.” In other words, China may also be a subject to sanctions at one point partially or fully.
US–Iran Conflict Would Strengthen China’s Position in the Middle East
China, Russia, India, Brazil, and South Africa are the founding members of the
New Development Bank
. NDB’s 2017–2021 general strategy clearly highlights the bank’s commitment and intention to be new in three areas: 1) new relationships; 2) new projects and instruments; ...
... East that does not accord with U.S. interests.
For that purpose, as a gesture of goodwill, it would suffice for Washington to make the decision to completely or partially exempt the states that are members of the coalition from the Iranian “oil” sanctions. For India, for instance, such a decision would be a major additional stimulus to join the coalition. Naturally, it would also be an additional incentive for the Iranian leadership to look favorably on the idea of international patrolling operation and to ...
..., India is caught in the crossfire. Russia is its long-standing strategic partner and for the foreseeable future its irreplaceable supplier of defence equipment and weaponry. The sanctions pose significant risks to this vital relationship. Under the sanctions, Indian companies doing business with critical Russian defense suppliers like Rosoboronexport, United Shipbuilding, and Almaz-Antey could find themselves locked out of the dollar-based global financial system controlled by the U.S. Even the activities ...
... toughen the sanctions regime to achieve this if such actions are needed. New Delhi must thus work out how friendly U.S. policy is towards India, and how willing Washington is to allow India an independent foreign policy. The United States threatens India through financial sanctions to buy American weapons, forcing India to either disarm themselves in front of China or get into debt. This means that New Delhi needs to make a choice that will directly affect the future of the country’s military-technical cooperation with ...