Agenda for Eurasia

Power Transition and the Rise of China
03.07.2018
The rise of China and the relative decline of the USA raises the problem of power transition; that is, the way in which a rising state challenges and displaces a dominant state or set of states. The

Expert: 
David Lane

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Expert Opinions
The SCO as the Foundation of Greater Eurasia
03.07.2018
Today is perhaps the most difficult period for international organizations and institutions, the most important political product of the 20th century. Primarily this concerns universal institutions

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Expert Opinions
SCO and Strategic Partnership between China and Russia
14.06.2018
The Chinese city of Qingdao hosted the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). An important event was the meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President

Expert: 
Pan Dawei

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Expert Opinions
Why Do the Chinese Admire Putin?
09.06.2018
On June 8th, all Chinese people focused their attention upon this scene: at the golden hall of the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, an unprecedented solemn ceremony was arranged. It is the first

Expert: 
Feng Shaolei

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Expert Opinions
The SCO and Cooperation Between Civilizations
04.06.2018
The post-communist state of the SCO members as a space of certain mixed values supported by traditional guidelines prevents them from being automatically integrated into the Western value space. Is it

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Expert Opinions
New US Eurasian Strategy and Central Asia
18.05.2018
Despite the political and administrative chaos in Washington, the US is crystallizing its foreign policy strategy for the next few years. This strategy is being formed on the common denominator

Expert: 
Dmitry Suslov

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Expert Opinions
Processes and Mechanisms for Multilateral Interaction in Central Asia at the…
17.05.2018
The current year may mark an important step for Central Asian countries – constantly vacillating between rapprochement and disunity – toward the former. It is essential that they do so if there is to

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Expert Opinions
Narendra Modi in China: When Dragon and Elephant Dance …
03.05.2018
The two-day “informal” summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 27-28 was “nothing but extraordinary,” remarked Xi as he greeted the visiting Modi.

Expert: 
Yu Bin

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Expert Opinions
A Look at BRICS Derivatives and Alter Egos
27.04.2018
The BRICS grouping was originally advanced largely as an investment benchmark of emerging markets with the highest growth potential. The emergence of BRICS funds targeting asset allocation in the

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Expert Opinions
Russia and China: The Challenges of Excellent Relations
23.04.2018
The Russian-Chinese relations can be called excellent. However, this is what makes one think very seriously about the future of these relations. It is the main problem of any success: having achieved
Greater Eurasia: the Common Challenges for China and Russia
16.04.2018
As the most powerful Eurasian countries, Russia and China act as natural allies in the integration, infrastructure and trade processes in Eurasia. The coincidence of their geoeconomic interests is

Expert: 
Sergei Luzyanin

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Expert Opinions
Valdai Paper #83: De-Dollarization in the EAEU Member States: Key Trends and…
29.03.2018
The emerging trend towards de-dollarization in the EAEU can make domestic monetary policy more efficient as well as facilitate economic integration in the Eurasian space.

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