Search: Central Asia,China (32 materials)

 

Connecting Eurasia: Is Cooperation between Russia, China, and the EU in Central Asia Possible?

... that they need each other’s support and involvement if this Eurasian transport corridor is to be successfully completed. There is one more land corridor between China and Europe under the Silk Road Economic Belt that passes through Central Asia, the China-Central Asia corridor. This one, however, bypasses Russia. Also, China has already been heavily investing in the construction of this corridor. EU-Russia cooperation: science fiction? As diplomatic relations between the EU and Russia remain at an all-time ...

30.05.2019

Envisioning Opportunities for U.S.-Russia Cooperation in and with Central Asia

The Working Group on the Future of U.S.-Russia Relations’ Report Central Asia stands out as a comparatively “nontoxic” region where there are limited, but not insignificant, opportunities for U.S.-Russia collaboration both bilaterally and within multilateral frameworks: in the space industry, civil security, job-creation ...

27.04.2019

The Elephant in the Room: Views on Connectivity

RIAC and DGAP held a roundtable "Connecting Eurasia: EU — Russia — ChinaCentral Asia Strategic dialogue on connectivity". Maria Smekalova discussed the meaning of connectivity and the ongoing projects with Fabienne Bossuyt and Feng Shaolei On December 4, 2018, in cooperation with DGAP RIAC held a roundtable “ Connecting ...

10.12.2018

RIAC and DGAP Hold Roundtable “Dialogue among Russia, the EU, China, and Central Asia on the Cohesion of Eurasia”

On December 4, 2018, Russian International Affairs Council together with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) held a round table “Dialogue among Russia, the EU, China, and Central Asia on the Cohesion of Eurasia”. On December 4, 2018, Russian International Affairs Council together with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) held a round table “Dialogue among Russia, the EU, China, and Central Asia on the Cohesion ...

08.12.2018

Rise of China’s Export Credit Policy Insurance in Eurasia

... activities in the region. However lacking competition and without transparency, Sinosure can effectively write its own rules of the game, and ensure that China’s renminbi (RMB) is the currency of choice. While greater overseas direct investment (ODI) from China in the Central Asian and Caucasus economies may be welcome, it is important to understand that with the lack of any competition, and without transparency, Sinosure can effectively write its own rules of the game. Sinosure was formed in 2001 as a merger of a ...

06.07.2018

RIAC at Shanghai Forum 2018

... 500 people. RIAC was represented at two sessions. Elena Kudryashova, Rector of the Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University, took part in the discussion on Arctic development. Timur Makhmutov, RIAC Deputy Director of Programs, made a report at «China, Russia and Central Asian Countries: The Way towards Win-win Cooperation» session. Yury Kulintsev, RIAC expert, Associate Researcher at the Institute of Far Eastern Studies (IFES) Russian Academy of Sciences, chaired the session. As part of the discussion, the participants ...

28.05.2018

Great Central Asia, America’s counter measure to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

... pirate-infested western edge of the Indian Ocean. Moreover, China will challenge US in Meddle East especially in Syria, the China-Arab Exchange Association and the Syrian Embassy have recently organized a Syria Day Expo crammed with hundreds of Chinese ... ... and the Russian Eurasia Economic Union would be dismantled. In addition, America should intensify the efforts to set up Great Central Asian throughout Afghanistan and Baluchistan, in fact, this is already happening. Within the past eight months the Foreign ...

21.09.2017

China and Central Asia: Growing Friendship at Russian Borders

... only the flexibility of bilateral cooperation and a sufficient financial resource but also Beijing being able to provide a wide range of areas for cooperation. Nevertheless, there are factors that limit the growth of economic and political influence of China in Central Asia. Regardless of the advantages of cooperation with Beijing, Central Asian countries are not interested in being economically and politically dependent on China. The limiting factor is the objective necessity in developing their own productive ...

11.07.2017

European Union Interference in Central Asia: What Does It Mean for Russia and China?

.... Nor should they support EU initiatives aimed at diversifying infrastructure away from Russia. The majority of states in the region are now members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) which has its own legal and regulatory base. When investing in Central Asia, China should work within the EAEU framework and conform to its legal and technical standards. As one Russian expert put it, China can provide the economic content to fill the institutional framework provided by the EAEU (Bordachev, 2016). The idea of ...

02.07.2017

Post-Soviet Turkmenistan: A Little-Known Present and an Uncertain Future

... existing migration patterns, where internal migration is dominant, will more than likely continue. Russia will probably remain the primary destination for external labour migration and shuttle trade, although the level is rather low (compared with other Central Asian countries). External migration flows will be distributed between Russia, Turkey, Iran, the Persian Gulf countries and perhaps China, South Korea and the European Union. Growth in the country’s population will continue for a minimum of 20–40 years. The evolution of the identity of the majority of the population is also a phenomenon that changes little, and is determined ...

10.02.2017
 

Poll conducted

  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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