Saturday, 19 June , 2021

Sino-Russian relations

Russia and China Agree to Work Together Against US Sanctions

The agreement comes after the Biden administration sanctioned Chinese and Russian officials Posted on March 23, 2021Categories Following new sanctions implemented by the Biden administration...

Russia, China can resist sanctions by moving away from US dollar:...

Russia, China can reduce sanctions risks by moving away from US dollar, Sergey Lavrov says By Laura Zhou 22 Mar, 2021 Moscow and Beijing should work...

America Abandoned Its Economic Prophet. The World Embraced Him | By...

John Kenneth Galbraith was an intellectual celebrity 50 years ago—and it would be a mistake to ignore him today January 15, 2021 U.S. President-elect Joe...

A warning from Moscow to Berlin

Dream of alliance from Lisbon to Vladivostok dies: German efforts to create a Europe without Russia forged a Europe against Russia By Glenn Diesen, an Associate Professor...

Can Russia prevent China and India taking up arms against each...

By Andrey Akulov * Jul 5, 2020 The recent events at the India-China border have moved into the global media spotlight, with the two countries’ militaries...

Russia-China Partnership Reaching Peak Gives Bolton ‘Heartburn’, Russian MoD Says

by Tim Korso Jul. 3, 2020 The two countries, which the US has called potential "near-peer adversaries", have been increasingly working together in recent decades on...

Does the United States Have a Future?

By Gilbert Doctorow Editor’s note: Gilbert Doctorow is a historian, political analyst and expert in Russian affairs going back to 1965. A graduate of Harvard...

Putin on Nuclear Arms, October Revolution, Trump, Catalonia, BRICS, West and...

Meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club Vladimir Putin took part in the final plenary session of the 14th annual meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club titled The World of the Future: Moving Through Conflict...

Trump, Russia and China – a reverse of the Nixon game?

Could it be that, almost 45 years after Nixon’s breakthrough with China, the United States’ 45th president will be taking Kissinger’s advice? President Obama tried to make a “pivot” to Asia the capstone of his foreign policy. Will Donald Trump make a “pivot” toward Moscow, and away from Beijing, a capstone of his?