... platform for a new stage in globalizing the world economy. This platform could become an important addition to global institutions such as the IMF and the World Bank and such forums as G20 where developed states thus far largely play a dominant role.
India’s and Africa’s key role
The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity: America’s Answer to the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership?
India and South Africa may play an important role in developing the North–South ...
A global trust deficit will likely push India and Russia to construct a mutually beneficial and reliable path forward
Power continues to play an important role within international relations (IR). Considering that military might and policies no longer sufficiently resolve certain political ...
... be pursued simultaneously.
In the scenario involving the formation of the Eurasian core for the Global South, the main question is its composition and the resulting scenarios of further expansion. One possible modality would be the RIC (Russia-China-India) serving as a core, with further additions focusing on the largest Eurasian economies such as the G20 countries from Eurasia — Saudi Arabia, Indonesia or Turkey. This route would clearly result in the assembly process being slow and lacking connectivity ...
... table “Strategic and economic implications of the Ukraine crisis”. Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, and Arvind Gupta, VIF Director, delivered welcoming remarks.
The discussion collected such prominent names as D.B. Venkatesh Varma, Former Indian Ambassador to Russia; Sergey Afontsev, Corresponding Member of RAS, Deputy Director for Scientific Work at the Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations of RAS, RIAC Member; P.S. Raghavan, Former Indian Ambassador to Czech ...
... and politically to technologically and militarily.
Even before the outbreak of the
China had overtaken Germany not only as Russia’s principal trading partner, but also as the leading exporter of machinery and equipment to Russia. India, a traditional importer of Soviet and Russian weapons, is now emerging as a major technology partner for Moscow. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are Russia’s principal partners in regulating oil output in the OPEC+ format. Turkey and ...
On June 30, 2022, Andrey Kortunov, Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), held a meeting with H.E. Pavan Kapoor, Ambassador of India to Russia
On June 30, 2022, Andrey Kortunov, Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), held a meeting with H.E. Pavan Kapoor, Ambassador of India to Russia.
They discussed RIAC’s India project portfolio and new prospects ...
... emerging world order is crucial to predicting its most likely geo-economic contours. To this end, acknowledging the worldwide competition between the American and Chinese superpowers is the first step towards that goal.
The second entails becoming aware of Indian thinker Sanjaya Baru’s bi-multipolarity concept that the author of the present piece elaborated more about in his RIAC column from last December titled “
The Neo-NAM: From Vision To Reality
”. To summarize, Mr. Baru posited that this superpower ...
... to open markets
On his visit to Tokyo, U.S. President Joe Biden announced on May 22 the new Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity
, initially made up of 12 of the region’s countries – the United States, Australia, Brunei, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.
A New Political Tool for the Indo-Pacific Dimension: The Ins and Outs of U.S. Goal-Setting
Assessing the Trend of the Indo-Pacific Strategy
Recently, RIAC had the honor to host
Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury
, currently working as diplomatic editor with India’s top financial newspaper The Economic Times and having the experience of program director on foreign policy with Ananta Aspen Center (2012–2013). Anastasia Tolstukhina, RIAC Program Manager and Editor, took the opportunity to talk to Mr. Chaudry,...
At all costs, India wants to prevent any sudden disruptions that could destabilize the global systemic transition to multipolarity, lead to one of the bi-multipolar superpowers becoming a unipolar hegemon, and thus create the conditions for coercing India into becoming ...