Apr 13 , 2020
The public must be cautious against simplifications and conspiracy theories when faced with complex problems such as the latest coronavirus outbreak.
Apr 01 , 2020
The European Union has found itself ill-prepared to support its member states in the mitigation of the COVID-19 pandemic. Its unsuccessful course of action has cleared the way for China to establish critical diplomatic relationships there and rewrite geopolitics as we know it.
Feb 25 , 2020
Once a point farthest from any ocean on Earth, the BRI places Central Asia at the center of the world in an effort to economically integrate the Eurasian continent. While the motives and execution of BRI are questioned, the initiative is needed.
Feb 04 , 2020
As US-China trade negotiations progress, it is helpful to assess past tweets by democratic candidates for the 2020 US presidential election. Here is an analysis of their tweets on China.
Dec 26 , 2019
The opening of the ‘Power of Siberia’ pipeline represents another development in the Sino-Russian relationship. The pragmatic strategic partnership in Eurasia will only continue to obstruct US foreign policy throughout the continent.
Dec 17 , 2019
As the Balkans reemerge as a battleground for geopolitical influence, Serbia should look away from the West to explore alternative options for economic and diplomatic ties.
Nov 27 , 2019
Pragmatic cooperation’ among the BRICS requires flexible and open multilateralism in a global system comprised of nation-states that should not meddle in the domestic affairs of other countries.
Oct 30 , 2019
As during the Cold War, the US must ‘forge ahead’ by cultivating top-tier talent and preserving its central national security and geo-economic interests through expanded federal funding programs. Otherwise, Beijing will spend its way to global supremacy.
Oct 08 , 2019
The updated Beijing-Tehran strategic partnership emphasizes Xi Jinping’s calls for “mutual respect, fairness, justice, and win-win cooperation” at the 2017 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit.
- We Remember 1999 Very Well'- The NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia and its Impacts on Sino-Russian Relations
Sep 13 , 2019
Since the late 1990s, China and Russia coordinated their diplomatic efforts to serve mutual interests and simultaneously oppose US global hegemony. A ‘Eurasian’ worldview began to concretize after the NATO bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during the Kosovo War. In response to NATO and US unilateralism, China and Russia became more concerned with protecting concepts of sovereignty and territorial integrity within the rules-based international order.