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Bridges to India

... imports from pro-Pakistan Middle Eastern suppliers. This is the second part of a three-part series on possible future re-industrialization of Russia, developing hi-tech and oil & gas business with India as a Eurasian balance, and bringing together Russia, China and India. The series begins with ‘Russian re-industrialization dangers’, a cautionary overview of Japanese re-industrialization and the problems that Japan underwent – from its meteoric rise to the top, to its equally precipitous fall since ...

16.09.2019

Impact of New Technologies on International Relations Discussed in Beijing

On September 11, 2019, Beijing hosted a seminar focusing on the impact of new technologies on international relations. The event was organized by Huayu analytical center. On September 11, 2019, Beijing hosted a seminar focusing on the impact of new technologies on international relations. The event was organized by Huayu analytical center. During the seminar, Nikolay Markotkin, RIAC Media and Government Relations Manager, gave a lecture on the impact of AI technologies on the world economy and...

15.09.2019

R6 — the Case for a New Global Currency Basket

... reapplying unilateral sanctions and enforcing them all signatories or depriving Germany and Europe from pursuing investments and progress with Nord Stream II while expanding Permian oil and gas basin on full speed, or its growing and guided trade war with China and lately India are all signs of major 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.” ...

11.09.2019

From Arctic to Arabian Sea & West by Southwest: A Concept for Uniting China, India, Iran, & Russia with Open Source Innovation

... like it or not; and resilient. I feel particularly guilty, as an American, about the “Gold War” against Russia implemented under Bush-Cheney by Tenet-Krongard-Brennan-Browder. I also think of three countries in relation to the future of Russia: China, India, and Iran. China is both a peer ally and a demographic threat – as Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew once said, demography is destiny – the Chinese are well on their way to occupying eastern Russia; India is owned and operated by the Zionists; ...

11.09.2019

Trump Re-Election at Risk

The President was upset with Fox for its recent poll as reported in New York Magazine, If This Fox News Poll Is Right, Trump Is a Goner. I asked my top pollster for his views and he kindly shared them with me, at this time asking not to be acknowledged. This is his wisdom, not mine, but I know from decades of experience that he is vastly superior to the shit that is generally passed off as polling, so here it is. Mr. President, you are going to lose unless you start defending the Constitution, put...

01.09.2019

Russia’s Way of Being in the World, from Yesterday to Tomorrow

... their pessimism seems to have been proven correct, in the main, or more correct than the optimists. The next matryoshka doll was the view that the USSR could go it alone with its allies within the socialist camp, even if there was no consensus with China, in the teeth of objections from China and in the face of active antipathy from China. China too would make this mistake later, in relation to the USSR. By “go it alone” or go it with one’s allies but without each other, not only meant in ...

30.08.2019

Russia and China: Union or Strategic Uncertainty?

Maintaining relations as a kind of “not fully formed union” has its benefits for both Russia and China Russia–China military cooperation is gaining momentum. Since the start of the year, the sides have conducted naval exercises, the first joint patrol of bomber aircraft and a series of joint military competitions. Theatre of war missile defense ...

29.08.2019

India and Latin America: When a Rising Power and an Emergent Growth Pole Engage

... juxtaposing Argentina, Mexico, and the ilk. While no longer being lackadaisical, India’s view of Latin America still seems beset, by whimsicality and flippancy, and would do well to draw on certain instructive lessons, on how its inevitable peer competitor China, trenchantly cultivates the region. Victoria Panova: BRICS Summit: A Blessing in Disguise The well-established prime-mover, in any mutually beneficent international relationship, is the productivity and vibrancy of its economic dimension. India ...

27.08.2019

World Economy in The Grips of “Moral Hazard”

... – The Wall Street Journal (2008) In the past several weeks the world’s financial markets have re-entered into higher volatility mode as the ongoing trade dispute between the two largest economies is dashing hopes of speedy improvement in US-China relations. The uncertainty afflicting the markets is further exacerbated by the contradictions between the Trump camp and the Fed, with increasing trade tensions forcing the Fed to accommodate the negative effects on the US economy through monetary ...

26.08.2019
 

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  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
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