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Taiwan, the BRI and the Geopolitical Chessboard
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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.

How BRICS Plus Clashes with the US Economic War on Iran
July 31, 2018

The true importance of the BRICS Johannesburg summit is how it is solidifying a Global South plan of action that would have Iran as one of its key nodes. The Global South now does have an integration road map.

How BRICS Plus Clashes with the US Economic War on Iran
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How Singapore, Astana and St Petersburg Preview a New World Order
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How Singapore, Astana and St Petersburg Preview a New World Order
June 7, 2018

Ahead of the crucial Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Qingdao this coming weekend, three other recent events have offered clues on how the new world order is coming about.

Silk Road Fever Grips the Russian Far East and Boosts Economy
December 14, 2017

Now, with the integration of BRI and the EAEU, Russia has a great chance of fulfilling part of its Pacific Destiny… Today, that vision is alive with gold and timber in the mountains north of the Amur, fish in the Sea of Okhotsk and the Bering Sea, and gas reserves from Sakhalin island all part of a modern export chain.

Silk Road Fever Grips the Russian Far East and Boosts Economy
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The $10 Trillion Investment Plan to Integrate the Eurasian Supercontinent
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The $10 Trillion Investment Plan to Integrate the Eurasian Supercontinent
December 8, 2017

The Chinese Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), by lending out money using an alternative currency to the dollar, opens up huge spaces for investment and the strategic transformation of the region.

Brexit Britain on the Brink
May 5, 2017

With the formal beginning of the UK General Election with the dissolution of Parliament, the British Prime Minister, Theresa May stood on the steps of 10 Downing Street and started milking the nationalistic fervour of Brexit for all it was worth. Mrs. May declared that Brussels was attempting to «interfere» with the British General Election. The day before she crudely stated the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker would soon find out what a «bloody difficult woman» she was, taking that label first pinned to her by her fellow Tory colleague the wonderful Ken Clarke (who would make a fantastic Prime Minister).

Brexit Britain on the Brink
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The Strategic Triangle that Is Changing the World
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The Strategic Triangle that Is Changing the World
March 11, 2017

Away from the current chaos in the United States, major developments are progressing, with Iran, Russia and China coordinating on a series of significant moves crucial for the future of the Eurasian continent. With a population of more than five billion people, constituting about two-thirds of the Earth's population, the future of humanity passes through this immense area. Signaling a major change from a unipolar world order based on Europe and the United States to a multipolar world steered by China, Russia and Iran, these Eurasian states are carving out a leading role in the development of the vast continent. As part of the challenges faced by these leading multipolar countries, the disruptive events originating in the post-WWII Euro-Atlantic world order will need to be tackled…

Twenty-Five Years Since the USSR Collapse: the Eurasian Economic Union Has a Promising Future
December 8, 2016

On December 8, 1991 Russia, Belarus and Ukraine stated that the USSR ceased to exist and signed an agreement on the creation of the CIS. Mikhail Gorbachev, the President of the Soviet Union, resigned on December 25, 1991. The Russian Federation assumed the USSR’s rights and obligations to become the recognized primary legal successor of the Soviet Union.

Twenty-Five Years Since the USSR Collapse: the Eurasian Economic Union Has a Promising Future
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