From Broken Promises to Cold War II
16.01.2018
The National Security Archive published 30 documents that unequivocally testified that during the 1990 negotiations between Soviet and Western leaders, it was indeed promised by the highest officials

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Rein Müllerson
The Pre-Olympic Thaw Comes As Good News, but What Next for the Two Koreas?
15.01.2018
From a tactical point of view Kim Jong-un got a plus for his reputation, and for supporters of the idea of an unpredictable regime refusing to dialogue it could be more difficult to find arguments.
US National Security Strategy: Facta, Non Verba
15.01.2018
The most important conclusion to be drawn from the new NSS is that Trump administration officially declares its position and supports two apparently contradictory matters: The pivotal vision that
What Is in 2018’s Pandora’s Box?
14.01.2018
The US with Donald Trump, unlike the president’s expectations, will not meet support for the American international initiatives and policies, facing more and more discordance and counteraction. Trump
Drone Attack on Khmeimim: Who Benefits from Escalation in Western Syria?
12.01.2018
Ankara has serious reasons to aggravate the situation in Idlib province. The main reason is that Russia invited to the Congress of the peoples of Syria in Sochi the representatives of the Kurdish
The Korean Peninsula Drama: Waiting for the Endgame in 2018
12.01.2018
Are North Koreans and Americans ready for dialogue? As for Pyongyang, the answer is probably yes. Apparently, Kim Jong-un is interested in the negotiations, because he can now act from a position of

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Artyom Lukin
Syndicated Regionalism: The Missing Link in Global Governance
12.01.2018
Re-building global governance architecture with regional blocks may serve to strengthen the “supporting structures” of the edifice of the global economy – with hardly any attention paid to
The Changing World Order in 2017. 'New Era' in Chinese Policy
11.01.2018
Outside the core of the capitalist bloc of the world system, the emerging powers continued to move in a contrary direction with the formation of new economic and political regional associations. The

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David Lane
International Implications of the US Tax Code Reform
11.01.2018
The bill will almost certainly provoke a new round of global tax competition. It is also likely to deepen divisions among EU member states and encourage them to intensify their own neoliberal

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Alan W. Cafruny
Eurasia. Russia and Asia as New Investment Projects
10.01.2018
2017 marked one hundred years' anniversary of bipolarity of global politics. Russian revolution, as well as the Wilsonian ‘democratic’ involvement in global affairs took place a century ago.

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Nobuo Shimotomai
What the Trump Tax Cuts Show About Power in the US
10.01.2018
Who benefits and who loses? The biggest beneficiaries are the richest 1% of Americans, who get two-thirds of the tax cuts. The rich benefit in part directly by cuts in their rates and partly

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Richard Lachmann
Trump Offers Cooperation on Ukraine, Syria, and Missile Defense
09.01.2018
Donald Trump has not abandoned hopes for improved bilateral relations. In his December 18 speech presenting the strategy, Trump affirmed a desire to “build great partnerships” with Russia and other

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Richard Weitz