Search: BRICS,SCO,USA,Russia (6 materials)

Russia Moves East, India West, Straining Ties

Russia and India are going to lose a lot if they have to take sides in this forthcoming ... ... "Russia is losing India!"—I have been hearing such lamentations in Moscow for as long as I have followed world politics. Pessimism and alarmism are not a... ... with a new emphasis on multilateralism. India, China and Russia are all members of BRICS and of SCO; Moscow could work harder making these institutions more efficient...


Non-Western Multilateralism: BRICS and the SCO in the Post-COVID World

It is advisable for the SCO to be positioned as a leading international organisation and the foundation of a ... ... China, and America’s long-term policy of double-pronged containment of China and Russia are boosting the importance of closer BRICS cooperation on global economic governance. Specifically, it would do well to reduce... ... and prevent the emergence of new Cold War blocs and the general polarisation into “USA+” and “China+”. It is important to understand in this context that a limited...


Like a Suspended Gym Teacher: Why We Should Not Expect Russia to be Welcomed Back into the G7

... historical inevitability or at least a completely predictable ending to a protracted play The history of relations between Russia and the G7 can be compared to a multi-act play with a convoluted storyline, magnificent scenery, a number of vivid characters ... ... application for Russia’s membership in the G7 back in 1992, there were simply no other alternative associations in the world where Moscow could try to squeeze in. Structures such as the G20, BRICS or SCO did not exist at the time, and Russia’s membership in NATO and the European Union seemed unrealistic even then....


Why the World is Not Becoming Multipolar

Multilateralism Instead of Multipolarity In Russia, the concept of multipolarity is usually associated with Yevgeny Primakov. Indeed,... ... collective “pole”? Is it possible to say that as the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) expanded, the group increased its capability to act on a consolidated stance on... ... is worth looking for sprouts of new multilateralism elsewhere. Examples include the BRICS+ project and the “Community of Common Destiny.” Both initiatives attempt to...


70th Anniversary of Russia-India Relations: New Horizons of Privileged Partnership: Report. Foreword from the Indian Side

... foundation of the relationship remains strong. A rising India would be a valuable partner of Russia in Asia and beyond Kanwal Sibal Not enough critical evaluation has been made... ... this has given a certain stability to the relationship, it has also constricted its scope. At the state level the two countries have recognised that the relationship is... ... establish the Russia–India–China dialogue and the BRIC forum, later evolving into BRICS, but now it is China that is becoming the senior partner. China is taking the...


The non-aligned movement today

... claustrophobic within the Movement, and reach out to new centers of power, for example the BRICS and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Pragmatism and Revived Passionarity... ... economic aid, at least before the global crisis. Speaking the Multipolar Language: Russia and the Non-Aligned Movement Photo: Group photo, 16 Non-Aligned... ... rich North . Russia’s Eurasian nature and its participation in the BRICS and the SCO make it fluent in the multipolar languages of the North, East and South. Also important...


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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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