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This article analyzes China’s position on reaching a settlement on the crisis in Afghanistan. The dynamic of Beijing’s approach is described with allowance for inter-Afghan and regional challenges: strengthening the armed opposition in Afghanistan, its influence on the Muslim Uighurs of Xinjiang, and strengthening the strategic partnership between the United States and India in the region. The year 2015, when Beijing and Islamabad signed an agreement to create a China-Pakistan economic corridor (CPEC), was a landmark for the region.
FOCUS ON RUSSIA Young Intellectuals: Why Are They Leaving Russia And Do They Plan to Come Back?L. Borusyak The Russian Far North: Trumph over Spatial Inequality Or Expulsion from the Socio-Economic Order?T. Lytkina, A. Smirnov Economic Cooperation between the Russian Federation and North African CountriesS. Volkov, A. Tkachenko ESSAYS Making Progress Horizontally: Current Practices of […]
GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY The Condition and Developmental Prospects of a Regional Security System in the Arctic O.Yu. Gavrilov Threats to Russia’s Maritime Economic Activity in Coastal Areas of the Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia A.A. Mikhlin, V.V. Molochny, S.N. Okhremchuk, V.A. Balandin, T.M. Koemets Current Transformations in the Concepts and Power Instruments of Strategic Deterrence […]
Today’s international political competition is largely about states and political groups trying to undermine one another’s prestige, and they far from always use peaceful means in doing so. The arsenals that are used in such struggles include false flags – attacks, sometimes causing heavy casualties, that are falsely blamed on their adversaries by those who carry them out.
Around 5 p.m. on June 11, Internal Affairs Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev announced that the criminal charges against Meduza correspondent Ivan Golunov have been dropped “due to lack of evidence of his involvement in the commission of a crime.”
The dispute between the United States and the People’s Republic of China over trade and economic issues has a long history. It has now become clear, however, that Donald Trump’s protectionist policy is in direct contrast to China’s consistent position in defense of free trade, based on the principles of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Washington sees in Beijing its main strategic competitor and has adopted a policy of long-term opposition to China in all spheres, including trade and economics. Having launched a trade war against China, the United States is also doing its best to weaken by noneconomic means their growing competition in the field of high technology.
ROUND TABLE AT THE RAS IFES Vietnam-China Relations: A Difficult Search for Agreement POLITICS Relations in the Sino-Korean TriangleK. Asmolov ON THE 40th ANNIVERSARY OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN THE U.S.A. AND PRC Ideology and Pragmatism in Establishing and Strengthening Sino-American ConnectionsA. Davydov Toward a History of the Establishment of Present-Day U.S.A.-China RelationsYu. Dubinin Trade Wars, […]
GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY The Model of Hybrid Warfare A.A. Bartosh The Hybrid Nature of Future Wars and Armed ConflictsA.S. Brychkov, V.L. Dorokhov, G.A. Nikonorov The Role and Place of Russia in Today’s World Yu.A. Gaidunko, S.P. Makarova System of Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Protection for Troops and Population of the Russian Federation: State and Prospects […]
Based on analysis of the military-political situation throughout the world, the US National Security Strategy and US military planning documents, the authors forecast some characteristics of the future wars and armed conflicts. These factors relate to the proliferation of asymmetric and indirect actions, the shift of armed confrontation to cities and populated centers, and the broader application of irregular formations.
This article describes the formation and development of South Korea’s Arctic strategy. The author concludes that as compared to other Asian observers on the Arctic Council, South Korea has greater potential to develop successful national diplomacy. The country is gradually creating a favorable image and consolidating its political status as a world ecological intermediary implementing a progressive policy of sustainable development.