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How Russia Can Maintain Equilibrium in the Post-Pandemic Bipolar World

... new promising area. In the diplomatic domain, triangular Russian-Indian-Chinese interaction within the RIC group framework should be given a fresh impulse. The group could become the nucleus of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), managing security on the continent of Asia. Russia’s strategic goal is to upgrade its relations with India to the level of its relations with China. Together with Moscow’s strategic partnership with Beijing, its renewed links with European countries, and closer cooperation with Japan, these would be the main structural elements of Russia’s foreign policy, providing it with geopolitical ...


A New Era of Arms Control: Myths, Realities and Options

... the three other nuclear signatories of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT)—the U.K., France, and China—be included in the process first, followed by the four non-signatories: Israel, India, Pakistan, and North Korea. This ... ... Practical limitations, reductions, and the dismantlement of such complex, costly weapons of such critical importance for national security never come about as the result of general good intentions alone. As demonstrated by the fifty years of negotiations and ...


BRICS FM Meeting in Brazil: Priorities Reloaded

... platforms, boosting efforts to jointly counter terrorism and transnational organized crime and ensuring international information security”. As for South Africa, one of the key priorities in the coming years is likely to be directed at exploring the modalities ... ... scope of the NDB projects, something that may well feature prominently on this year’s agenda of Brazil’s presidency. For China the upcoming meeting in Brazil will be an opportunity to employ both the multilateral and the bilateral tracks in developing ...


The American UAV Attempted Apartheid

... Pakistan considered itself an ally to the U.S., fighting the same fight and challenging the same enemies as America, but was deemed unworthy of having the same advanced weapons. How does any country not feel that the U.S. is purposely compromising its own security and risking the lives of its people? Indeed, less than a year after the announcement of the China-Pakistan deal, the chief of Pakistan’s military proudly announced the deployment of the Burraq and Shahpar, the country’s first domestically produced surveillance drones with a range of nearly 100 miles and capable of conducting ‘sophisticated ...


Washington's Perceptions about Russian and Chinese Cyber Power

... information weapons. China is believed to be engaged in lacing the United States’ network-dependent infrastructure with malicious code known as ‘logic bombs.’ The official newspaper of the PRC, the Liberation Army Daily, confirmed China's insecurity about potential confrontation with the United States in June 2011. In it, the Chinese government proclaimed that, "the US military is hastening to seize the commanding military heights on the Internet…Their actions remind us that ...


It's a MAD MAD MAD Cyber World

... aspect of the debate that heretofore has been relatively ignored: that the futility of governmental innovation in terms of defensive efficacy is a relatively constant and shared weakness across all modern great powers (whether that be the United States, China, Russia, Iran, India, Great Britain, France, etc). In other words, every state that is concerned about the cyber realm from a global security perspective is equally deficient and vulnerable to offensive attack and therefore defensive cyber systems are likely to remain relatively impotent across the board. Like the nuclear realm before it, a cyber M.A.D. doctrine (in this case, ‘mutually ...


Spies Don't Tweet: Why Social Media is Only a Grassroots Tool

The Intelligence Community, regardless of regime type, has famously always tried to co-opt and ultimately adopt advancements and evolutions in technology, especially in terms of media. Newspapers, radio, and television have long been appropriated in order to influence, massage, and outright manipulate messages and events important to the national interest. Often the question is not so much whether a country’s intelligence community engages in such activity but rather how explicit and open will...


Reluctant Dragon: The Chinese Intelligence Condition

... fields Border security Conflict between neighboring states Chinese global aspects of security Economic instability American ‘adventurism’ Chinese emerging aspects of security Energy security Environmental security Cyber security Maritime security China’s domestic and regional security aspects are fairly distinct: whether it be the new regime’s focus on battling corruption or the Uyghur problem on its western borders or the growing concerns about economic inequality between urban and ...


Russian, American and Chinese Experts Discuss Non-Proliferation and Security Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region

On January 9, 2014 a trilateral meeting of experts from Russia, USA and China devoted to the issues of nuclear non-proliferation and security in the Asia-Pacific region and North-East Asia took place in Washington, DC. The meeting was organized by the Nuclear Threat Initiative . During the discussion, participants touched upon the following topics: the threat of nuclear terrorism,...


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