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RIC Trilateral Cooperation Needs Enhancement

Can Moscow make a meaningful contribution to an improvement in China-India relations? Obviously, the future of Eurasia largely depends on China and India. These two nations demonstrate remarkable resilience in their economic, technological, political, cultural and spiritual growth and maturation. Undoubtedly, their regional,...


After Expansion: The Prospects of BRICS as the Basis for a Fairer Multipolar World Order

... experience in this sense is very illustrative. Russia’s trade and economic interaction with BRICS partners has only grown since the large-scale and unprecedented restrictions were imposed on our country. We are reaching record trade levels with Brazil, India and China. There has been a steady development of the whole range of cooperation in three key areas: politics and security, economy and finance, and humanitarian contacts. The recent examples of practical achievements in BRICS include the launch ...


Why Bharat Matters

Review of the Dr. S. Jaishankar’s book “Why Bharat Matters” Review of the Dr. S. Jaishankar’s book “Why Bharat Matters” In December 2023, Indian Foreign Minister, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, visited Moscow, where he met with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov. As part of the visit, at the request of the Indian side, a meeting was organised between Jaishankar and a group of leading Russian ...


Does Foreign Policy No Longer Matter?

... certain types of state activity. We already see that the modern state is faced with such serious challenges that foreign policy is everywhere subject to considerations of a domestic, political nature. This applies to the Western countries, Russia, China, India and everyone else, and places the most significance on such things that existing theories are not able to make heads or tails of them, simply due to the methodology they have. One of the curious effects of the two World Wars and, especially, the ...


‘Three Poles of the Cold’: Myth or Reality?

... to one-fifth of the world’s population. Not only does the melting of ice in these mountain ranges increase the risk of flooding in the surrounding countries, some of which are thousands of kilometers away, but it also affects monsoon cycles in the Indian Ocean basin and parts of the Pacific Ocean. This, in turn, affects agriculture, maritime shipping and transportation infrastructure in many Asian nations. Surely, the Third Pole has long been subject of study, primarily in the nations of the Greater ...


The Caucasus: Between East and West

... after Russia to integrate the secessionist territory, although the mode of how Karabakh and Chechnya got incorporated significantly differ . The change in the status quo also contributed to Iran’s notable invigoration. Two Eurasian giants, China and India, have also adopted a higher profile in the Caucasus. With the start of Russia’s military operation in Ukraine in February 2022, the U.S., the EU (and France in particular) along with NATO shifted from “competitive cooperation” with Moscow ...


Proactive vs Reactive: Interim Results of the EAEU's Foreign Economic Policy

Working Paper No. 83 / 2024 Working Paper No. 83 / 2024 The following working paper presents the results of foreign economic activity of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) following its establishment. The author carefully analyzes free trade zone agreements (FTZs) as a key tool for developing the Union’s foreign economic relations. Additionally, the author assesses the effectiveness of existing EAEU FTZ agreements with third countries, as well as the outlook for new agreements. This research aims...


India Seeks Arctic Partnerships with Like-Minded Nations

Interview with G A V Reddy and Ajay Sah In recent years, Russia has perceived India as one of its key partners in the Arctic. In turn, India is taking an active interest in the region. The country’s goals and objectives are outlined in the official Arctic Policy, with practical steps in the Arctic underway in line with the Document....


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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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