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After MSC: A New EU and an New Strategic NATO concept?

... imposed a partial blockade of Taiwan? Such threats are not necessarily imminent, but they are far from inconceivable. Washington could be forced to choose, in these and similar cases, between risking major war to reverse the aggression, and appeasing China or Russia in ways that could jeopardize the broader global order. O’Hanlon argues that the United States needs a better range of options for dealing with such risks to peace. He advocates “integrated deterrence,” which combines military elements with ...

18.02.2020

The Countdown for New START

... superiority. — U.S. concerns about the possible development by Russia of delivery vehicles with strategic capabilities ( Burevestnik , Poseidon ) that do not fall within the definitions outlined in New START. — The obvious exacerbation of U.S.–Russia and U.S.–China relations in general. — The overall negative background in arms control. The points listed above do not allow us to confidently state that, as an intermediary way out, the parties will hurriedly negotiate an analogue of the 2002 Treaty Between ...

13.02.2020

Trump 2.0: End of the Old Era, but Not the Beginning of a New One

For the United States, for the European Union, for Russia, for China and for many other leading players in world politics, the great turning point, most likely, will not be in 2020, but in 2024 US history knows just a few examples of how an incumbent president struggling for re-election is defeated by an opposition ...

11.02.2020

Trump’s Election Manifesto and US Policy Outlook

... plays the role of a global policeman and the main producer of global social goods, reduces its global involvement, and thinks more about itself, its own narrowly-defined interests. As a result, there is a desire to defeat the main rivals of America – China, Russia and Iran, and at the same time there is mercantilism, selfishness and one-sidedness, narrowing the geography of vital US interests. Hence we see the main foreign policy contradiction of Trump’s speech. On the one hand, he wants to reduce the ...

10.02.2020

The SWIFT System: A Focus on the U.S.–Russia Financial Confrontation

... Development and Application of SWIFT in China, Financial Computerizing 2008 Vol. 10. 4 . HE, Dong: Analysis of the Bank SWIFT Messages, Journal of Huazhong Agricultural University , 2006 Vol. 1. 5 . CHEN, Hang: Mitigation of Risks of Sanctions on Russia, China Forex , 2017 Vol. 6. 6 . LI, Ruihua: U.S. and Europe Enhance the Economic Sanction on Iran to Cut off Its Financial Lifeline, Economy , 2012 Vol. 5. 7 . The SWIFT membership is granted on application and payment of fee. A member will be given a ...

03.02.2020

Trump Peace Plan – Sheer Genius – Israel Gone by 2022

... followed by the denuclearization of Israel and the restoration of Palestine. We are at the beginning of a 1,000 year period of peace and prosperity for all. I go on to list eight topics that must be addressed together, first by the leaders of Iran, China, Russia, and the USA and then in a larger setting with the leaders of Egypt, Jordan, and Turkey as well as the leaders of the Gulf States and the always hostile and challenging Saudi Arabia: Denuclearization of the Middle East including Israel Peace between ...

31.01.2020

Prospects for the Fight against Extremism and Terrorism in the Central Asian Region

... established in oil-rich areas of the Caspian and northeastern Kazakhstan and the spread of jihadist ideology there could jeopardise China’s future interests in the region. A new trend is for radical Islamists to engage increasingly in crime while ordinary ... ... Islamism, particularly in western Kazakhstan. Prisons have become breeding grounds for Islamic extremism (as in Kyrgyzstan and some Russian regions). All prisons in Kazakhstan have turned “green,” which is the term for institutions informally controlled ...

30.01.2020

Searching for a New World

... landmarks for adjusting their own stances and strategies on the key issues of international politics. Given the increased instability and unpredictability of the global environment, the importance of such landmarks increases significantly. The model of RussiaChina bilateral relations is seen as such a landmark in itself, as a demonstration of the feasibility of building ties based on carefully balanced interests without sacrificing national sovereignty and without opposing these relations to other foreign ...

24.01.2020

Round Table "Priorities for the Development of Russian-Chinese Partnership in the New Era"

Igor Ivanov, RIAC President, Zhang Hanhui, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of China to Russia, delivered welcoming remarks On January 20, 2020, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) in cooperation with the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the Russian Federation held a round table discussion "Priorities for ...

20.01.2020

Open Letter, Book, Video on Reinventing Intelligence -- If USA Refuses to Listen, Could Russia Take the Lead?

https://youtu.be/IsjF4DLy2J0SHORT URL: https://tinyurl.com/POTUS-INTEL PERSONAL FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Via: (1) Mr. Matthew Pottinger, Deputy National Security Advisor, copy w/encl (2) Mr. Robert O’Brien, National Security Advisor, copy w/encl (3) Mr. Mick Mulvaney, Chief of Staff, copy w/encl Dear Mr. President, My prayers are with you as you navigate the complications of the Soleimani assassination. I am delighted that the Iranians are now on record to the effect that...

12.01.2020
 

Poll conducted

  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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