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India-US Entente: A Russian Perspective

... its direct and portfolio investment in U.S. One could imagine further diversification of India-U.S. economic ties’ formats, including building joint production and R&D chains and other advanced forms of industrial cooperation. Geopolitically, the Indo-Pacific partnership will go ahead. India has already developed strong political bonds with the United States through an intense bilateral political dialogue at various levels and through several multilateral arrangements. This process will undoubtedly ...


New Hope: Openings of APEC-2022 Summit

... organizations that have emerged in the region since. Similar functions and goals are stated in the Chinese-centered Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), the anti-Chinese Comprehensive Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the U.S. Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF). The Forum did not do well in trade liberalization, and the 1994 Bogor Goals remained largely unfulfilled as bilateral and multilateral free-trade zones proved more promising. Political and security issues did not ...


Towards Dual-Tripolarity: An Indian Grand Strategy for the Age of Complexity

... forecast that its geo-economic structure will be influenced by the Fourth Industrial Revolution while that of geopolitics will disproportionately be shaped by the global competition between the superpowers of the U.S. and China. Ekaterina Arapova: The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity: America’s Answer to the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership? The unprecedented U.S.-led Western sanctions against Russia in response to Moscow’s ongoing special military operation in Ukraine ...


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

Trade appears to be the weak link in the new multilateral initiative as the U.S. is reluctant to take on clear commitments 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 initiative , 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....


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

... this realignment are yet to be determined, thus, it would be vital to critically evaluate the state of play and forge concrete policy recommendations aimed at promoting mutually beneficial engagement. “The Orient is a Riddle” Andrey Gubin: The Indo-Pacific Conundrum: Why U.S. Plans Are Destined to Fail The subtleties of dealing with the Asian partners in a broader sense can be exemplified by a famous Russian catchphrase in the subheading. It should be noted that some regions of the Global East ...


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 the regions they have not paid much attention to before. The ...


Major RIAC — ICWA Conference on Russia — India Relations

... with Sergey Lunev, Professor at MGIMO University and Higher School of Economics, and Nandan Unnikrishnan, Distinguished Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, presenting their views on the topic. The second session “ Regional dynamics: India’s Indo-Pacific strategy and Russia’s vision ” was dedicated to the increasingly more vibrant concept of the Indo-Pacific, Russia’s and India’s perceptions of it. Tatiana Shaumyan, Head of the Center for Indian Studies and Academic Board Member at ...


Russia-India Summit: Is the Strategic Partnership Still Afloat?

... of foreign and defence ministers. The new track of interaction at the ministerial level has paid off. Setting up the 2+2 dialogue allowed for an exchange of views and concerns on topical regional issues such as Afghanistan, Iran, Syria and even the Indo-Pacific and seemingly facilitated the exploration of convergences in Central Asia, Africa and the Indian Ocean region. Undoubtedly, China and the United States were, albeit invisible and unmentioned, an essential part of the discussion as Moscow ...


Why India Will Never Be Part of U.S. Alliances

... and Russia–China relations seems rather improper: the latter partnership is free of the limitations inherent in the former. We shall now briefly describe these limitations. India is reluctant to act as America’s junior partner Andrey Gubin: The Indo-Pacific Conundrum: Why U.S. Plans Are Destined to Fail First of all, the U.S. has never been engaged in establishing or managing truly equal political and military alliances. Since the aftermath of World War II, the U.S. has played first fiddle in ...


Should Russia Be Worried by the New AUKUS Alliance?

... become an Asian equivalent of NATO, with more countries joining, from Canada and New Zealand to Japan and South Korea, and eventually even India and Vietnam. These predictions have unsurprisingly elicited concern in Russia. Céline Pajon: AUKUS, the Indo-Pacific, and France’s Role: Fluctuat nec Mergiturl Yet they are unlikely to come true. Countries like South Korea and India have no desire to join a multilateral military alliance that could jeopardize their relations with other countries. In any ...


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