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We Aren’t Going to Give Greece any Money

Greece’s withdrawal from the eurozone would have dealt a heavy blow to Germany’s image as the leader of the EU and a personal defeat to Angela Merkel. Looking at what’s happening within the EU, the Americans are becoming increasingly convinced that the Europeans are no longer capable of solving problems. For Russia, Greece is not a priority. Moscow is much more interested in Eurasia, and in this regard it looks forward to seeing the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) to increase...


Was There Any Progress at SCO Summit 2014?

... Secretary General Vladimir Zakharov , currently Senior Lecturer at the HSE School for Oriental Studies, and asked him how he sees the alliance’s goals and future given the regional difficulties. Dr. Zakharov, how would you sum up the outcomes of the SCO Summit and its political significance? What key decisions did its leaders take and what significance does the Dushanbe Declaration have? Despite the complicated global landscape, the SCO Summit was business as usual, in terms of its formal and organizational ...


SCO Summit: Agenda and Outlook

... experts point to the growing role of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) as an indication that it has become the main political instrument for Central Asian states, although it also receives a lot of criticism. On the eve of the September 13, SCO summit in Bishkek, we are talking to Dr. Andrey Karneyev, Deputy Director of the Institute for Asian and African Studies at Moscow State University, about the organization's role in international relations and the decisions expected to be made at ...


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