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The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity: America’s Answer to the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership?

... Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, CPTPP), to which the United States is in no hurry to return due to political problems domestically . The multilateral structure of the new framework is, naturally, aimed at containing China and precluding the successes of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) through shoring up U.S. dominance in the region and exporting American-fashioned institutions, regulatory practices and certification standards for investment ...


India Will Continue to Be Neutral

... Foreign Minister and national security adviser. It has been made clear that India will remain neutral in this conflict. Is India trying to ensure its own technological sovereignty or digital sovereignty, just as we see it in the European Union, Russia or China? So, we see this trend on a digital independence in the 21st century virtually everywhere. What’s happening in India on this issue? Andrew Korybko: India Is Irreplaceable Balancing Force in Global Systemic Transitions Yes, India is trying to develop ...


India Is Irreplaceable Balancing Force in Global Systemic Transition

... Indo-Pacific vision. The U.S.-led West’s unprecedented anti-Russian sanctions that were imposed in response to Moscow’s special military operation in Ukraine raised concerns that this targeted Great Power would become disproportionately dependent on China in response since the People’s Republic was considered to be its only reliable valve from Western pressure. That expectation was abruptly shattered, however, after India decisively intervened to preemptively avert that scenario by becoming Russia’s ...


Taking (Another) Turn to the East: Making Sense of Russia’s Stance in the Asia-Pacific

... Mandarin). The joint statement made by Presidents Xi and Putin on February 4, 2022, can be assessed as a pinnacle of this bonding. It would be, however, premature to call this accord an alliance, let alone a military one. In the ongoing developments, China, on its part, has been struggling to balance on a fine line between avoiding accusations of directly helping Russia and sticking to its commitment that a strategic partnership presupposes. On the conceptual level, neither Russia nor China accept the Indo-Pacific framing used by some regional powers (Australia, Japan and India in ...


Shanghai Institute for International Studies and The Belfer Center Fifth International Expert Forum

... supply of Russian and Ukrainian grain, as well as Russian and Belarusian fertilizers to world markets. The role of international organizations (FAO, G20, BRICS) in ensuring global food security was also discussed. Leading international researchers from China, the USA, Great Britain, Ukraine, and Russia took part in the event. Russian side was represented at the event by Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General.


No Matter How Ukrainian Crisis Ends, China’s Arms Giants are Always Winners?

... and 2,000 Stinger anti-aircraft missiles, for instance.Source: Unsplash  So, arms industry across the globe is looking at the Russia-Ukraine conflict as the golden opportunity rather than a crisis. Chinese arms manufacturers are no different here. China’s arms industry is no different. Although no information is available regarding new sales opportunities for Beijing, experts claim that heavy demand for Chinese arms and ammunitions is expected from several countries including Middle-Eastern and ...


A Little Britain’s Reach Out To The Big Indo-Pacific

The West’s anti-China rhetoric and the idea of mounting NATO presence in the Indo-Pacific meet with a critical reception from most Asian states As the ideological schism in today’s world deepens, the leaders of the liberal camp are ramping up their activities in ...


Restoration, Reformation, Revolution? Blueprints for the World Order after the Russia-Ukraine conflict

... international consequences will accumulate over time. Second, the conflict between Moscow and Kiev is unfolding against the backdrop of other equally important crises and upheavals, such as the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, exacerbated tensions in the U.S.-China relations, political regime change in Afghanistan, instability in the Sahel, the ongoing civil war in Yemen, intensified nuclear program in North Korea, etc. It appears proper to identify three potential scenarios of the future post-crisis transformation ...


Shanghai Institute for International Studies and The Belfer Center Third International Expert Forum

... understanding of the strategic stability concept, possible concepts of European and Euro-Atlantic security after Russia-Ukraine conflict is over, as well as the future of bilateral and multilateral arms control. Leading international researchers from China, the USA, Great Britain, and Russia took part in the event. Russian side was represented at the event by Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General.


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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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