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Meng: If China-US relations are to be regarded as the Olympic Games, with bilateral trade as the main event, the race doesn’t need to be so ugly.
Xinhua: To achieve the final victory in this global fight, all countries need to take real actions to ensure fairness and equality, rather than just make empty talks and hollow promises.
Xinhua: Despite billing itself as a champion of universal human rights, Washington has habitually pointed fingers at others when it comes to this issue. However, its practice of finger-pointing is ironic and smacks of a double standard.
Li: Western capitals accuse Beijing of engaging in ‘vaccine diplomacy’ even as West engages in ‘vaccine nationalism.’
Frolov: Washington fails to mobilize allies against Russia and China Munich Security Conference.
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 paper looks at the forms of using Airborne Forces formations in the Arctic and suggests action modes for them, both on their own and as part of troop/force groupings in the process of formation.
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 […]
GLOBAL POLITICS today are faced with a lot of new challenges and international security threats. Domestic and foreign media outlets daily report new developments regarding tensions in Russia-U.S. interstate relations; sharp confrontation with mutual threats to use nuclear weapons between North Korea, on the one hand, and the United States, South Korea, and Japan, on […]
CHINA became a defining topic of Donald Trump’s election campaign since it was closely associated with the basic elements of both his foreign and domestic policy. Whether directly or indirectly, China affected globalization, its pluses, and minuses for America, U.S. jobs and industry, the conditions of American business’s competition on both the domestic and foreign […]