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Europe has much to share with its wild Russian neighbour. It has more in common than just cultural, religious, literary and artistic heritage. Radical Islam is the main enemy for both powers. Europe can become the main negotiating partner in the ‘border regions’ of Ukraine and Belarus, but first it must calm the current ‘paranoid’ tendencies of Moscow, which has b...
The crisis in Crimea and Ukraine is one of a series of setbacks to the emerging accord between Japan, Russia and India. Tokyo has developed an ‘axis of democracy’ with India, but is in dispute with Moscow over the Kuril islands, annexed by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in 1945. A unifying factor for the three countries is the uncertainty caused by China’s growing eco...
Dr. Stefan Lippert