Alexei Fenenko

Russian Federation

Leading Research Fellow, Institute of International Security Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Materials

Six-Party Conference in Moscow on Afghanistan: Without US and NATO?
16.02.2017
Russia is becoming one of the leading mediators in the process of Afghan crisis settlement.Since the current government of Afghanistan feels not so confident enough in terms of security (it is

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First Russian-Pakistani Military Exercises: Changing Places
26.09.2016
The Russian-Pakistani military cooperation is a relatively new phenomenon.
Terror in Europe: How Long Will This Keep Happening?
15.07.2016
The type of terrorist attack which shook Nice on Bastille Day is difficult to prevent, and may have a considerable impact on liberal democracy in Europe, experts told valdaiclub.com.
Russia-ASEAN: 20 Years of Difficult Partnership and Troublesome Expectations
18.05.2016
Security is a prospective area of Russia-ASEAN cooperation. Consultations were recently held between defense ministries of Russia and all of ASEAN member-states, including staunch US allies.

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‘Caliphate’ in the Philippines: A Threat, but Not a Game-Changer
12.01.2016
The presence of self-proclaimed Islamic State fighters in the Philippines, whether coordinated by the terrorist group leaders or not, will be a powerful factor in the nation’s domestic and foreign

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US Bombers Above Disputed Islands: A Strong Message Both to China and ASEAN
28.12.2015
Americans emphasize their readiness to protect freedom of navigation in the South China Sea, especially as the Trans-Pacific Partnership is gradually becoming reality.

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China Looms Large Above Russian-ASEAN Partnership
10.12.2015
China is a powerful factor constraining possible partnership between Russia and ASEAN.

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APEC Loses Influence to Other Regional Organizations in East Asia
19.11.2015
The Americans came up with a more realistic project: the Trans-Pacific Partnership. They recognize the existence of two regional integration projects, and their primary goal now is to contain China.

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Scotland Still Cherishes Hopes for Independence
07.08.2015
Independence of Scotland would be a step towards transformation of the British Commonwealth, while independence of Catalonia would be real disintegration of Spain, because they are absolutely

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ASEAN: A Strategy for the Near Future
14.05.2015
Following the Cold War, ASEAN sought to position itself as the basis of regional integration in the Asia-Pacific Region. Today, however, ASEAN’s positions look much weaker.

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NATO-Russia: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. An Expert Opinion
08.04.2015
NATO is strengthening its force in East Europe, where the US is redeploying additional contingents. It is also holding large-scale military exercises near Russian borders and is planning to double the

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Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Current Challenges
16.03.2015
During its 45-year history, the treaty has facilitated consistent progress towards preventing nuclear weapons proliferation. However, India, Pakistan, Israel, and NPT dropout North Korea remain

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