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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF INTERVIEWS “Such Negative Relations Between Washington and Moscow Are Unacceptable”L. Slutsky “The U.S. Wants Syria to Become Its Foreign Policy Tool”Walid Muallem WORLD ISSUES A New Helsinki Process: Pros and ConsV. Petrovsky July 2018 NATO Summit: “Technical” Decisions and “Strategic Ambiguity”D. Danilov NATO and the OSCE: Partners or Rivals?Yu. Belobrov The German Social Democratic […]
This article analyzes development prospects of relations between Russia and Japan as Japanese diplomacy toward Russia becomes more active. In May 2016, Prime Minister S. Abe put forward an eight-point cooperation program. More than 100 economic agreements have been signed within the framework of that program; however, most of them have not been implemented. The author examines the reasons for failure of these bilateral relations to develop.
FOCUS ON RUSSIA Russians on the Correlation Between the Interests of the State and Human Rights. An Empirical AnalysisN. Tikhonova Aging Trajectories of Women in Modern Russia I. Grigoryeva, I. Sizova Challenges to the Social Sciences and Humanities in Russia A. Torkunov ESSAYS Philosophical Theory of Knowledge: Is Its Future in Question?Z. Sokuler (De)Construction of Identities and […]
THE NINTH CONFERENCE OF AMBASSADORS AND PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF RUSSIA “Our People Want Russia To Be a Strong, Independent and Peaceful State”V. Putin On the Sidelines of the ConferenceA. Karpushin, A. Yakovenko, V. Zayemsky, K. Vnukov, D. Kurakov, A. Yegorov, A. Chizhov, Yu. Korchagin, A. Denisov, V. Nebenzya, S. Andreyev, S. Gubarev, A. Kinshchak, A. […]
Armen Oganesyan, Editor-in-Chief, International Affairs: Sergey Alekseyevich, at the Helsinki summit, President Donald Trump repeatedly spoke about his desire to get along with Russia. Are there any actual signals that this intention could be acted upon in the near future? S. Ryabkov: We certainly welcome this mood, which the U.S. president has reaffirmed more than […]
POLITICS The Maldives Crisis in Chinese-Indian Relations: Causes and ConsequencesA. Kupriyanov Russia and Japan: Asymmetry of InterestsV. Kuzminkov Vietnam’s Current Approaches to Settling Disputes in the South China SeaYe. Narkhova Outlines of Security for the Greater Eurasian PartnershipV. Petrovsky The Silk Road Economic Belt Project and Security in Central AsiaYe. Safronova The RIC Format 20 […]
GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY Strategy and Counterstrategy in a Hybrid War A.A. Bartosh National Security and Festivals in Russia: Certain Aspects of Mutual Influence Conducive to Stability in the Development of the State D.M. Bulychev, S.P. Lagutkin, L.A. Zolotovskaya, O.I. Iskuskov Analyzing the US Conventional Prompt Global Strike Program O.S. Kupach How the U.S.A. Is Using […]
This paper examines the current stage in the development of US strategic nonnuclear missile weapons. It offers an analysis of likely military strategic objectives for using these weapons and looks at the existing and prospective development of weapons that can be used in a conventional prompt global strike, as well as analyzing problematic issues of support for CPGS.
“Common Threats and A Common Enemy Enabled Countries With Opposing Social and Economic Systems to Join Their Efforts for the Sake of a Victory” Sergey Lavrov’s Remarks WORLD ISSUES The Nuclear Proliferation Treaty: Results, Challenges, ProspectsM. Ulyanov, V. Lysenko The Rise or Fall of America’s World HegemonyK. Dolgov Drugs in Afghanistan: The Situation Is Getting […]
IT HAS BEEN over a year since President Donald Trump announced on June 1, 2017, that the United States was withdrawing from the United Nations Paris Agreement on climate change. He thereby put an end to the suspense that had lasted right from the U.S. presidential election and was on a par with a good […]