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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
‘Rublegas:’ the World’s New Resource-Based Reserve Currency
Editor's Сhoice
‘Rublegas:’ the World’s New Resource-Based Reserve Currency
April 3, 2022

Rublegas is the commodity currency du jour and it isn’t nearly as complicated as NATO pretends. If Europe wants gas, all it needs to do is send its Euros to a Russian account inside Russia.

How Mariupol Will Become a Key Hub of Eurasian Integration
March 30, 2022

Mariupol was battered by Ukraine’s right-wing Azov battalion well before Moscow launched its military ops. In Russian hands, this strategic steelworks port can transform into a hub of Eurasian connectivity. By Pepe ESCOBAR Mariupol, the strategic Sea of Azov port, […]

How Mariupol Will Become a Key Hub of Eurasian Integration
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All That Glitters Is Not Necessarily Russian Gold
Business
All That Glitters Is Not Necessarily Russian Gold
March 17, 2022

The “rules-based international order” – as in “our way or the highway” – is unraveling much faster than anyone could have predicted.

Russia Opens Doors for Iran’s Eurasian integration
February 2, 2022

Raisi and Putin’s January meeting may have seemed anticlimactic, but Russia is now opening doors for Iran’s Eurasian integration

Russia Opens Doors for Iran’s Eurasian integration
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Steppe on Fire: Kazakhstan’s Color Revolution
Security
Steppe on Fire: Kazakhstan’s Color Revolution
January 6, 2022

Maidan in Almaty? Oh yeah. But it’s complicated.

Taiwan, the BRI and the Geopolitical Chessboard
April 6, 2019

Entering the next decade, what would constitute a sort of nuclear option would be for Russia to divert to China most of the natural resources sold to the West, whose retribution is packages of sanctions, while importing from China the advanced technologies required for Russia.

Taiwan, the BRI and the Geopolitical Chessboard
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