On July 12, 2022, the Aspen Institute Italia and the international Center for European Reform held an online expert workshop on the U.S. and European Union relations with Russia and China in the new geopolitical and geo-strategic environment.
On July 12, 2022, the Aspen Institute Italia and the international Center for European Reform held an online expert workshop on the U.S. and European Union relations with Russia and China ...
... politics as an independent factor, and to completely destroy the Russian economy.
The success of this strategy would allow the US-led West to finally resolve the
and create favorable prospects for victory in the confrontation with China.
Such an attitude on the part of the adversary does not imply room for any serious dialogue, since there is practically no prospect of a compromise, primarily between the United States and Russia, based on a balance of interests. The new dynamic ...
The Russia-Ukraine conflict is the most radical international political change to date, and the most difficult political choice China has yet faced
When talking about external challenges for China–Russia relations, we should first clarify what they mean given the current political situation. These challenges can be considered from different perspectives.
At the ...
... Western peers who stay firm in their intention to ignore him in Bali. Still, Russia will hardly be fully isolated at the FMM: Lavrov can count on a chain of bilateral consultations with his counterparts from several non-Western G20 countries including China, Mexico, South Africa and Brazil, as well as with the invited leaders of some international organizations.
However, the FMM intrigue is not limited to Russia's place within G20. The West comes to Bali more united than it has ever been since the ...
... the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, the state of the prisoner-of-war exchange process, the possibility of resuming the export of Ukrainian grain, and the prospects for the parties to return to diplomatic dialogue. 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.
... same language. This tool is losing importance in communication between the key powers.
It remains only in narrower regional communities such as liberal democracies united within NATO and EU institutions, a special system of relations between Russia and China, the post-Soviet space, and other associations we know little about. When representatives of different communities meet each other, their communication boils down to mutual accusations of lack of goodwill and desire to come to an agreement as borne out quite vividly by the example of Russia and the West. The reason for disagreements is not that someone is being hypocritical. The situation is much more tragic: everyone believes ...
The decline of the Russian economy is not beneficial to China
The large-scale sanctions that have been slapped on Russia by the “collective West” naturally raised the question of its deepening and expanding economic relations with China. According to a number of parameters, Russia has no alternatives ...
... Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, CPTPP), to which the United States is in
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 ...
... 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?
India Is Irreplaceable Balancing Force in Global Systemic Transitions
Yes, India is trying to develop ...
... 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 ...