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RIAC at the XIV RISA Convention. Section “Cooperation with Friendly Countries amid Sanctions Pressure on Russia”

On October 14, 2022, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) held a section "Cooperation with Friendly Countries amid Sanctions Pressure on Russia" within the framework of the XIV Russian International Studies Association (RISA) Convention On October 14, 2022, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) held a section "Cooperation with Friendly Countries ...

18.10.2022

New Stage of EU Sanctions Policy: Extraterritorial Measures

... amid Russia’s opposition, the issue of EU financial sovereignty in relations with the United States is likely to fade into oblivion The European Union пакета Council Regulation 2022/1905 , adopted on October 6, 2022 as part of the eighth sanctions package, marked a new stage in the EU’s sanctions policy. Article 1 of the document expands the number of criteria by which blocking EU sanctions may be applied with regard to the situation in Ukraine. Now, they include individuals and legal ...

18.10.2022

Russia — India Energy Cooperation: RIAC and MCCI Roundtable

On September 30, 2022 the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) together with the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a roundtable Russia – India Energy Cooperation under New Geopolitical Conditions. The event was closed from the public On September 30, 2022 the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) together with the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a roundtable Russia – India Energy Cooperation under New Geopolitical Conditions. The event was closed from the...

30.09.2022

Sanctions Is a Long-Term Challenge—but It Does Not Preclude India and Russia from Developing a New Bilateral Paradigm

Interview for Gateway House Russia, the founding member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), has been hit by Western sanctions on its energy exports and financial system. Still, Ivan Timofeev , Director of Programs at the Russian International Affairs Council, sees new opportunities to be seized. Deepening India-Russia business engagement is one, and the SCO as a constructive ...

19.09.2022

Price Cap on Russian Oil: The Mechanism and Its Consequences

In fact, the sellers’ market is being changed into the buyers’ market by artificial political methods rather than for economic reasons G7 countries are working hard to coordinate a sanctions regime to cap prices on Russian oil and oil products. The United States is already drafting a mechanism for applying these sanctions, which its allies and partners will use as a guideline. The new sanctions in the form of legal arrangements ...

15.09.2022

Sanctions Storm’: Recovery After the Disaster

What to do? After the start of the special operation in Ukraine, a “sanctions storm” hit Russia; more sanctions were imposed against Russia in a few months than against Iran in decades. But a catastrophe did not take place, and the stage of stabilization came. Indeed, almost all the weapons in the sanctions arsenal ...

14.09.2022

Ivan Timofeev Speaks at Mumbai Conference about Sanctions

... organized by Elara Capital investment bank. The Indian analytical center Gateway House, RIAC long-term partner, took an active part in organizing the conference. On September 5, Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, RIAC member, spoke at the session on sanctions as a new tool of warfare. The meeting was also attended by Mikael Wigell, Research Director at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs, and David Rasquinha, former Managing Director of the Export-Import Bank of India. On the sidelines ...

07.09.2022

Russian Oil and NPPs Re-Commissioned: Japan’s Revised Energy Strategy

... late July 2022, the minister of economy, trade and industry sent a clear signal to Japan’s oil traders , saying that Japan’s government does not call on companies to continue with their refusal to purchase Russian oil as part of supporting Western sanctions since it is up to the companies alone to decide whom to purchase oil from. Clearly, this is a somewhat disingenuous statement as Japan’s government sets quotas on imports of energy resources and knows ex officio where these resources come ...

01.09.2022

Visa Sanctions — A Sign of Strength? No

The door will close, but the window will remain open for a time being Visa sanctions against Russia have become a hot news topic and subject of discussion within the EU. A group of countries has taken shape, which, one way or another, shares Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s idea of completely closing off Russian access ...

31.08.2022

Does Tajikistan Have a Choice Amid Anti-Russian Sanctions?

... the Ukrainian issue is not in the interests of Tajikistan’s leadership. Additionally, in stressing its neutral stance, Tajikistan is the only state in Central Asia not to have sent humanitarian aid to Ukraine. Tajikistan fears the West’s secondary sanctions that could be imposed on states that openly support Russia’s special operation, especially since the U.S. has already made it known that it considers Central Asia (and Tajikistan in particular) a potential transit route for delivering sanctions-hit ...

23.08.2022
 

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