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Lecture by Richard Weitz “No Love Triangle Russia-USA-China: What Can We Expect from Our Partners?”

On November 7, 2019, Richard Weitz, Director of the Center for Political-Military Analysis at Hudson Institute, delivered a public lecture at Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC). The speech focused on: “No Love Triangle Russia-USA-China: What Can We Expect from Our Partners?”. On November 7, 2019, Richard Weitz, Director of the Center for Political-Military Analysis at Hudson Institute, delivered a public lecture at Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC). The speech ...

11.11.2019

How to effectively promote Russian interests in the United States?

... start making its way into the heart of America’s political discourse. In the United States, politics is both sport and entertainment. It’s for that reason, all across the United States, there are political forums and conferences that attract thousands of people year in and year out. Among such people are America’s foremost policymakers, thought leaders, and average Joes who follow politics like they follow their favorite football team. These people are politically-engaged and the most open ...

11.11.2019

Security Outlook for a Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline and U.S.-Russia Relations

Technology and innovation can be a gateway for the U.S. and Russia to work together and build trust without compromising their core values Security Outlook for a Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline (TAPI) and U.S. Involvement To identify innovative solutions for securing the Trans-Afghanistan Pipeline (TAPI) from threats and attacks, participating agencies must put together a concerted effort, relying on both physical security and diplomatic measures. Afghanistan is a crucial component for such protection...

11.11.2019

Strategic Instability in the Era of Information and Communication Technologies: Crisis or the New Norm?

The possibility that decisions about the use of nuclear weapons will be influenced by information and communication technologies (ICTs) is the most serious threat that exists today. Strategic stability is once again becoming a primary concern in international relations. The topic has received a great deal of attention of late, mainly because of the steady erosion of the reduction and limitation regime: the United States has now withdrawn from both the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM Treaty)...

07.11.2019

The Neo-Compellence: Is the Diplomacy of Violence a new Reality for International Relations?

... annihilation and the discovery of the war ends of gunpowder [xiv] . Nuclear deterrence during Cold War historically was closely related to the idea of strategic stability. Alexander Savelyev notes that this principle became the basis for the Treaty between the USA and the USSR on the elimination of their intermediate-range and shorter-range missiles of 1987, as well as the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty of 1991 [xv] . Andrey Kortunov: The Future of the Middle East: Horizons of Challenges and Opportunities ...

06.11.2019

Andrea Dessì: the EU and Russia Share Much Potential for Cooperation in the Middle East

... component, which is harder to counter. We know that ISIS has already chosen a new leader, and as often happens, when you eliminate the head, the person that comes after is usually even more of a risk. The main priority now is to resolve the issue for thousands of ISIS fighters and affiliates, as well as wives and children who are in prison camps in North-East Syria and Iraq. This is another domain where international cooperation will be necessary to ensure that the instability in these regions do not ...

06.11.2019

War with China: TX Hammes, CSBA, RAND and CSIS–Thinking through the Unthinkable and rethinking Armaggedon

... Controll (OC) strategy which propagates a maritime blockade of China comparable to the US blockade of Imperial Japan in the Second World War. Both concepts and strategies claim that such a sinoamerican war wouldn´t escalate to a nuclear war and that the USA could win such a war.Source: omments.ua In an interview TX Hammes explained Global Review the strategy of Offshore Controll: Global Review : Could you give the German audience a description what OC is? And what are the differences to ASB/JOAC? TX ...

05.11.2019

Andrey Kortunov Gives a Lecture at Peking University

On November 1, 2019, Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, gave a public lecture on “The Dynamics of China-the U.S. Relations and its Importance for Asia and Russia.” at the Institute of International and Strategic Studies (IISS) of Peking University. On November 1, 2019, Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, gave a public lecture on “The Dynamics of China-the U.S. Relations and its Importance for Asia and Russia.” at the Institute of International and Strategic Studies (IISS) of Peking University...

03.11.2019

A New Era of Arms Control: Myths, Realities and Options

... concept is often called "escalate to de-escalate:” selective intimidating use of nuclear weapons to prevent the opponent from achieving success in a conventional conflict. Hence the nuclear revanchists are striving to make nuclear weapons more usable, while the revisionists call for discarding traditional methods of arms control in favor of entirely new ways of enhancing nuclear deterrence and forging a new concept of strategic stability. The Realities of Arms and Arms Control All possible ...

28.10.2019

Remarks at the 12th Eurasian Economic Forum

Ambassador Vladimir Chizhov's remarks at the 12th Eurasian Economic Forum Recently the number of conferences, round tables and publications on existential matters in Brussels notably increased. Actually, the questions Europeans are asking themselves are quite topical: “How would the EU be able to become a full-fledged global player in the rapidly changing multipolar world?”, “How to react to rapid development of the Asia-Pacific region?” and “What should you do if your major transatlantic partner...

28.10.2019
 

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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