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Russia’s import substitution: Effects and consequences
The West needs to recognize Russia’s significance
The Biden administration is being much tougher on Russia than on China. This makes little sense. China is engaged in activities that strongly threaten U.S. and European interests, while Russia and the West can find common interests. A firm, but a more open and respectful stance toward Moscow could benefit ...
European sovereignty in global competition
Europe can ill afford to farm out its foreign and defense policies to Brussels. The centralized, technocratic command center of the European Union is best suited to attend to the common market. Europe will come back as a global actor only if the continental European member states and the United ...
The Russian mystery
With the recent disturbances in neighboring countries, Moscow is likely to be mapping a long-term course of action to protect its interests and keep rivals as far as possible from its borders. President Putin has taken the West by surprise on several occasions. Unless a more pragmatic approach to Russia ...
Reassessing the geopolitics of rising China
The U.S. secretary of state calls the task of finding more creative and assertive ways to contain China the “mission of our time” for the Western world. The challenge is not going to be easy as the Chinese Communist Party has taken clues from the failures of the former Soviet ...
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