Search: USA,China,Japan (23 materials)


Assessing the Trend of the Indo-Pacific Strategy

... forward are clearly stronger than the constraints. Prospects for the Squad-based Indo-Pacific The political will of the U.S., Japan, India and Australia to foster the Indo-Pacific cooperation is increasing rather than weakening, which is the most important ... ... the extent of this remains uncertain. Zhao Huasheng, Andrey Kortunov: The Coming Bipolarity and Its Implications: Views from China and Russia At the same time, the relations between the four countries with China are in decline, and there is no possibility ...


Experts Discuss the Near Future of the Asia Pacific Region

... Director of Programs, spoke about the role of sanctions in contemporary world, particularly stressing the increasingly acute U.S.–China rivalry. He noted that although the COVID-19 might have been expected to unite the nations, it only exacerbated the divide ... ... scientific centers and laboratories instead of American ones, which creates an opportunity for Russia. With the EU–China and JapanChina relations being also somewhat in jeopardy, small and medium powers in Asia and other regions may attempt to cooperate ...


RECP, START and Germany´s Indo-Pacific Strategy

... joined the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank) AIIB), one of the backbones of China´s New Silkroad, resists the China- Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and has initiated its own Silkroad by the Asian- African Economic Corridor- in cooperation with Japan and the USA. The fourth interesting aspect in US-Eurasian relations is the upgrading of the Quad. While China had undeniable success in free trade policy with RECP, the military forces against it are also regrouping. While at the economic front there are undeniable contradictions between a Trump- and Biden administration, at the military front the USA is ...


Is the US Destined for War with China? The U.S. Elite Discusses the Thucydides Trap

... questioned the assumption of a powerful China and the inevitable rise of China as its economy was state capitalistic and its financial system not that strong as most experts believe. In the 60s many experts predicted that the Soviet Union would surpass the USA, in the 80s it was Japan, then the EU and it didn´t happen. The interview and debate is available at: At Harvard Graham Allison had a discussion with China old hand Henry Kissinger and they agreed that a Sino-American war could happen as nobody thinks that it could happen and that a pattern of getting accustomed to regular conflicts could lead to the situation that a conflict could be underestimated ...


Will the Six-Party Diplomatic Project Help Denuclearize the Korean Peninsula?

... nuclear energy, and they agreed to discuss the possibility of supplying the country with a light-water reactor. The United States, Japan and South Korea also undertook to normalize their relations with North Korea, provided that the latter returns to the Treaty ... ... economic and social problems will be so great that they may jeopardize the country’s status and economic position. Moving on to China and Russia, they do not want to see a conflict breaking out on the Korean peninsula and call for stability, in the hope ...


US-Russian Cooperation for a Prosperous and Secure Indo-Pacific Region

... formation and the growing anxiety between Washington and Beijing. While there are enhancing traditional strategic partnerships with China and India, Russo-Japanese relations demonstrate positive dynamic. The year of 2018 testified Russia's growing stake in multilateral diplomacy of ... ... develop and implement new international rules of conduct in the Arctic, to guarantee the rights of all states. Read more at USAChina: the Struggle of Two Strategies and Practices of World Leadership / L. Vartazarova, I. Kobrinskaya, eds. // Moscow,...


Semiconductor War between Japan and South Korea

... relations between their allies in the region, allies that form a sort of counterbalance to China and are ideological antagonists to North Korea. The White House, however, intentionally... ... inaction, or “wu wei” (无为 in simplified Chinese), which entails a conscious refusal to act and the assumption of a contemplative stance. From the outset of the confrontation... ... Asian states, Washington did not change its position We should also note here that the Japanese company Toshiba announced the construction of a facility for the production...


South China Sea: the Second Front of the US-China Confrontation

... lead to the erosion of the entire security regime in the Asia Pacific. Apart from the numerous discussions about the U.S.-China trade war, there is one more rivalry between the two countries that unfolded a long time ago and has recently been intensifying ... ... 2019, the U.S. format of presence in the region became even more collective: the United States, the Philippines, India, and Japan conducted joint quadrilateral exercises in Changi Bay, located on the waterway from the Strait of Malacca to the SCS. A ...


Regional Security in Northeast Asia and the Russia–Japan–U.S. Triangle

RIAC Policy Brief 16, 2018 The three nations of Russia, Japan, and the United States face common security challenges in Northeast Asia. The ... ... long term solution remains far from guaranteed. The task of accommodating the growing China’s influence is another challenge to be dealt with by the three powers. The global... ... and Russia should make utmost effort to overcome the vicious circle of distrust, accusations, pressure, and threats that is building up between them, and the political...


The Journey Beyond Three Seas: Asian Countries after Trump’s Visit

... Trump making his first official visits to the countries of the region. Asia awaited Trump’s arrival with a sense of unease. China expected Trump to make decisive statements about the “North Korean dossier” and the growing trade deficit between the ... ... today is a hard-line negotiator. South Korea was concerned Trump would denounce the United States–Korea Free Trade Agreement. Japan was worried the President of the United States would force them to enter negotiations on a bilateral free trade agreement....


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  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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