The burgeoning cooperation between the three powers is just one if the trends shaping the regional landscape.
The APEC summit in Vietnam provides an opportunity to revive dialogue on the issues of common interest. It should not be missed at a time when the bilateral relationship has tumbled to a nadir.
The deployment of US Special Operations Forces in Europe is never in spotlight but it is rapidly increasing. There can be no other purpose than acquisition of capability to deliver strikes deep into Russia’s territory.
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said Germany and Russia needed to improve badly frayed bilateral relations. He met Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on October 25.
Europe badly needs the stable supplies, if it wants to achieve economic progress. To protect its vital interests it has to defy the United States. The history appears to repeat itself.
The multipolar world order is here to stay. The US is no longer the lone superpower but rather one among two other nuclear-armed powers.
The NATO PA resolution and the steps to boost the alliance’s military presence provoke a vicious circle of arms buildup extremely difficult to get out from.
While the West keeps on waging the “sanctions war” against Russia over its reunification with Crimea, more and more European politicians and businessmen come to the peninsula to look at the situation there with their own...