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Experts: EU candidate status for Kiev possible amid Russian war, but full membership to take much longer; rights of Russian minority could be sore spot in Ukraine complying with EU laws.
Zhiltsov: US is intentionally prolonging the Ukraine conflict, amping up tension between Russia, EU to meet its own geopolitical interests.
Russia’s special operation in Ukraine has put former Soviet states in an extremely difficult situation.
ACCORDING to many of our international relations experts, a presidential decree to approve a new edition of the Foreign Policy Concept of Russia will become one of the most important novelties of 2022. It will be the sixth doctrinal document in our country’s recent history: Previous versions of the key diplomatic “manifesto” were issued in […]
A new bill on external administration has been drafted in Russia, with the aim to resolve the problem of foreign companies suspending their operations in Russia.
Rybakova: Despite high consumer confidence, living standards will fall due to sanctions; ‘Iranian scenario’ bad, but command economy worse; future sanctions will last longer, be harder to reverse; ruble, incomes will fall
Krivosheyev: Despite Medinsky’s remark, Russia not prepared to accept Ukraine’s terms on the Crimea, Donetsk Basin breakaways; Zelensky’s referendum proposal not logistically viable
Gallyamov: ‘palace coup’ in Russia can’t be ruled out once Ukraine operation disaster sinks in
Chinese President Xi Jinping held talks here on Friday [Feb. 4] with visiting Russian President Vladimir Putin ahead of the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games opening ceremony. The two leaders agreed to deepen strategic coordination in a cordial and friendly atmosphere.
Latynina: Russia won’t risk full-blown war with Ukraine and will instead stick with its strategy of waging hybrid wars, which are much easier to deny and much harder to lose.