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Europe from Lisbon to Vladivostok: a Puzzling Route to Political Stability in Europe

... understanding the world. The Chinese vertical world map depicts China nearly in the centre of the world, while it is close to the Arctic region. Indeed, China has already started to play an active role in the region, to which only European countries, Russia, the USA, and Canada are geographically close. China cannot physically claim Arctic territory, but it can have political and economic interests in the region. Anne-Marie Brady, a New Zealand politics researcher and full professor at the University of Canterbury, in her book "China as a Polar ...


‘Selective’ Bipolarity? From a Coalition of War to a Coalition of Sanctions

The most important task for the diplomacy of Washington and Beijing will be the fight for major players The US-China split is evolving into a long-term rivalry. It is unlikely to be affected by the US elections or the mitigation of certain ... ... dictates that such logic will sooner or later lead to the formation of a new bipolar system. Danil Bochkov: China Replacing Russia as the Boogeyman in the U.S. Presidential Campaign: Implications for Russia-China Relations One of the few obstacles to ...


USA vs. JCPOA: How Can Russia and China Respond?

... transfer of conventional weapons and their components to Tehran. The document allows the United States to impose sanctions on any state involved in the arms trade with Iran. The US approach is not shared by other participants in the JCPOA, in particular, Russia and China, which regard the Iranian arms market as rather promising. Dmitriy Kiku, Ivan Timofeev: US Left Isolated, Iran Nuclear Deal Under Threat: What Will Crisis Over Iran in UN Security Council Lead to? The expiration of a five-year embargo on the supply ...


Will the Six-Party Diplomatic Project Help Denuclearize the Korean Peninsula?

... generation. In this respect, a civil (partisan) war cannot be ruled out, perhaps involving weapons of mass destruction, and the economic and social problems will be so great that they may jeopardize the country’s status and economic position. Moving on to China and Russia, they do not want to see a conflict breaking out on the Korean peninsula and call for stability, in the hope that it may eventually lead to the peaceful coexistence of the two Koreas. As for Japan, the country has an irrational fear of North Korea,...


What will US-Chinese competition mean for European security? The Clingendael Institute webinar

Views from Europe, the US and Russia The changing geopolitical environment, characterised by increased US unilateralism, Chinese assertiveness and growing ... ... addressed include: How will security on the European continent be affected by growing geopolitical tensions between the US and China for the security of the European continent? As Europe increasingly has to fend for itself and strengthen its own security ...


Secretary of State Pompeo’s Middle-East Tour for Crucial Objectives

... and Sudan) trip in the Middle-East. The tour comes at a very critical moment and carries multiple objectives. On the surface, it is to convince the Arab World to recognize Israel. Another mission is to create alliances and support for the U.S. against Russia and China. The third and maybe more important is that the tour is part of Presidential-Campaign of Donald Trump for re-electing in the November elections. The Zionist struggle of the late 19th century led to the Balfour Declaration in 1917, by which Britain ...


Is China Following Russia's Footsteps by Dealing With the EU as an Outcast?

... as annexation, while Russia always deemed them as reunification. Nevertheless, no compromise has been found yet. As a sign of degrading relations, in late July, the EU passed its first-ever sanctions against Russian and Chinese individuals over accusations in cybercrimes. By alienating China and Russia as unwanted parties, the EU may find itself in the same trap the U.S. did – when the dialogue process is merely sluggish on all fronts. No wonder that Russian media highlights this trend, stressing that the EU and U.S. are clinched between Russia ...


US-Russian Cooperation for a Prosperous and Secure Indo-Pacific Region

... territorial sea and it cannot be forbidden, the FON should be guaranteed within 200 miles of the EEZ, and the Arctic Straits (both the Russian Arctic and the Canadian Arctic archipelago) are international straits with the right of transit passage that is equally applicable to both civilian ships and warships. Read more at USAChina: the Struggle of Two Strategies and Practices of World Leadership / L. Vartazarova, I. Kobrinskaya, eds. // Moscow, IMEMO,...


China Replacing Russia as the Boogeyman in the U.S. Presidential Campaign: Implications for Russia-China Relations

... misdoings of U.S. politicians. Such rhetoric has been present in American media for such a long time that it has eventually lost some of its appeal to the U.S. audience. Bianca Canevari: Towards Strategic Autonomy: the Role of the EU in the Growing China-USA Rivalry Following a blueprint tailored for Russia, the U.S. has resorted to a maximum pressure campaign against China. In 2018 a full-scale trade war erupted and was followed by sanctions introduced against the most vital industry for China’s global rise — the hi-tech sector. Huawei and ...


Artificial Intelligence and Its Partners

... help participants establish practical cooperation and formulate common approaches to the development and implementation of AI. At the same time, it is a symptom of the growing technological rivalry in the world, primarily between the United States and China. Russia’s ability to interact with the GPAI may be limited for political reasons, but, from a practical point of view, cooperation would help the country implement its national AI strategy. AI Brothers Maxim Fedorov: AI Is Neither the Terminator Nor ...


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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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