WORLD ISSUES Judicial and Legal Dimensions of Russia’s Confrontation With the West L. Golovko Stability of the Antarctic Treaty System Amid Growing Confrontation Between the West and Russia V. Lukin China’s Hybrid Warfare Strategies: A View From the West A. Goncharenko Bioethics in International Relations Yu. Sayamov Unsustainable Sustainability: Agenda 2030 as a Means of […]
POLITICAL ANALYSTS in many countries, including America, have been discussing a post-American world for years now. The Ukrainian crisis and its impending end allow us to talk about a new kind of geopolitics, since extensive American involvement in this conflict by proxy might mean that the defeat of Kiev will become the defeat of the […]
Position of the Russian Federation MARCH 18, 2014 saw the signing of an international agreement between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Crimea on admission of the Republic of Crimea to the RF and on creation of new subjects within the Russian Federation. Under the agreement, applicable from the date of signature and in […]
In This Issue FOCUS ON RUSSIA Civic Activism of Generations in Modern Russian Society R. Parma Social Health of Russian Society: Trends in Demographic and Criminal Statistics M. Morev ESSAYS Russia and India: Challenges and Prospects for Cooperation A. Kupriyanov South Asian Migration to Western Europe: Origins, Trends, Perspectives A. Volodin Can an Economic Agent […]
This article analyzes some aspects of civilizationism as a trend in the self-positioning strategies of several Asian states, notably China and India, as well as some other countries. Close attention is paid to the concept of the civilization state (CS), as distinct from the nation state (NS), where the former reveals the specific characteristics of the major non-Western states.
POLITICS Eurasian Moscow-Beijing Axis: Challenges and Levels of Cooperation (Read this article online for FREE) A. Vinogradov ECONOMICS The South Korean Economy in the Face of New Challenges A. Zuyeva, V. Samsonova, L. Semina Regional Development of Liaoning Province and Partnership Cooperation With Russia Since the 1990s S. Makeyeva Bhutan’s Hydropower: An Economic Sector and […]
This article notes that Washington and Tokyo intend to continue hindering Taiwan’s reunification with Mainland China, which would greatly strengthen Beijing’s position in the Pacific Ocean. Under the administration of President Donald Trump, the United States notably stepped up its support for Taiwan, in both expanding its official ties with Taipei and supplying it with American arms.
BSEC: Riding the Waves of Opportunities to Seas of Common Weil-BeingS. Lavrov WORLD ISSUES Three Geopolitical RevolutionsV. Degoyev, V. Fradkova The United States of America: Beginning of the End of a Great PowerK. Dolgov Some Possible Aspects of the Emerging Post-Neoliberal World (Read this article online for FREE)P. Frolov The Far Eastern Center of the […]
“Today, these words may be perceived by some people with hostility.They can be interpreted in many possible ways. Yet, many people will hear me.”1 Russian President Vladimir Putin IT HAS taken me a long time to get around to writing this article. I kept putting it off, as though I was waiting for something. But […]
Russia and the Problem of Allied Relations in International Policy (Read this article online for FREE)T.V. Bordachyov Russia’s Mental Security StrategyA.M. Ilnitsky “Middle Asia” at the Crossroads of Geopolitical StrategiesA.N. Skalepov, N.V. Lagutkin MILITARY ART Prospects of Using Precision Weapons to Repel an Amphibious AssaultA.I. Kalistratov, S.P. Dvorchenko Using Electronic Warfare Capabilities in Mountainous Areas: […]