Search: West,Eurasia (5 materials)

The Intellectual Vector: Where Russian Interventionism Is Imperative

... evolution. A Realist interpretation would hold however, that the transition will involve a protracted struggle along all vectors, taking place over an entire historical period, and which will involve a tipping of the scales in favour of Greater Eurasia with Eurasia as its core. The West The conventional attitude to the West in the world as a whole is either that it remains the fount of all enlightened norms and values or that it is in irretrievable decline and decay, incapable of yielding anything of value. There is, however, a ...


Endgame of the Long Cold War

... by name) and pointed out that even in the postwar world, wars within imperialism, wars among capitalist powers, was perfectly possible. Applied to the contemporary world, it would mean that the absence of a systemic and ideological clash between the West and core Eurasian states, and indeed the incorporation and participation of the Eurasian core states in a single world (capitalist) economy, in no way attenuates the drive towards war of imperialism and prevents the possibility of war in general. Thus, the West ...


The Golden Background of Eurasia. The New Cold War and the Third Rome.

... the elimination of borders between ideologies, nations, cultures and even the sexes. Here Kisoudis appeals to the Russian philosopher Konstantin Leontiev and his concept of “secondary blending oversimplification”, which is now observable in the West. So Eurasian Russia is opposing this exact trend and stands up for the preservation of diversity, traditional religions and cultural identities of the peoples all over the world.For Kisoudis, the opposition between traditionalism and postmodernism makes up ...


Goodbye Post-Soviet Space?

... However, many new independent states are interested in the participation of external players. This is also in the interests of the West, which fears “re-Sovietization” in the broad sense: not only or largely as a communist comeback, but as the establishment ... ... influence outside the control of the United States and its allies. AP /EPA / Maxim Shipenkov Ivan Timofeev, Elena Alekseenkova : Eurasia in Russian Foreign Policy: Interests, Opportunities and Constraints These different readings of the situation add an extra ...


Avoiding a New Bipolarity — What Can We Learn From the Recent Past?

... as many analysts have observed, the real driving force behind it has been the rise of non-Western powers that are pushing the West toward a closer political and economic union. At the same time, Russian-Chinese cooperation is gaining more ground, growing ... ... predetermined and unavoidable, being based on ‘objective’ realities. It is often argued that the Atlantic and the Eurasian civilizations have opposed each other from the days immemorial, that ‘land’ powers have always and will always ...


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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  
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    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  
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