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The ‘New G8’ Meets China’s ‘Three Rings’
World
The ‘New G8’ Meets China’s ‘Three Rings’
June 15, 2022

The coming of the new G8 points to the inevitable advent of BRICS +, one of the key themes to be discussed in the upcoming BRICS summit in China.

The Eurasian Economic Union Steps Up
May 27, 2022

The Eurasian Economic Forum has shown once again that this high-speed – economic integration – train has already left the station.

The Eurasian Economic Union Steps Up
Business
Best Laid Plans… Washington’s Zero-Sum Mindset Alienates Allies
Editorial
Best Laid Plans… Washington’s Zero-Sum Mindset Alienates Allies
October 15, 2021

How bitterly amusing that when Joe Biden was elected U.S. president he promised to bring allies together.

Burmese Days, Revisited
February 5, 2021

It will be fascinating to watch how the (Dis)United States will deal with post-coup Myanmar as part of their 24/7 “containment of China” frenzy.

Burmese Days, Revisited
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How New Silk Roads Are Shaping Southwest Asia
Editor's Сhoice
How New Silk Roads Are Shaping Southwest Asia
February 15, 2019

Investors from ASEAN to Southwest Asia are increasingly convinced that China is the only game in town for new ideas and major capital investment, way ahead on 5G and just about every technology. Moreover, the Chinese have not yet commercialized all their advances. That’s something even Singapore, the “capital of Asia”, has not been able to crack.

As US-China tussle and joust, Russia moves on SEAsia
November 27, 2018

Despite a stronger emphasis on developing political and commercial ties with Asia-Pacific nations in recent years, Russia has largely focused on alignment with China and deepening relations with Japan, South Korea and India. The Kremlin has paid comparatively less attention to Southeast Asia, but there are signs that is now changing.

As US-China tussle and joust, Russia moves on SEAsia
Editor's Сhoice
The Creation of an Asian OSCE Takes the Spotlight
World
The Creation of an Asian OSCE Takes the Spotlight
November 20, 2018

Kazakhstan’s president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, proposed to create an Asian organization for security and cooperation. 

US Sanctions Foster Emergence of Multipolar World
August 14, 2018

Russia, Iran, China, and now Turkey are in the same boat, as all have become the target of US sanctions. But none of those nations has bowed under the pressure.

US Sanctions Foster Emergence of Multipolar World
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