Pages, tagged as «China»
RISS Reviewed Results of Two Political Forums of the People's Republic of China
A round table to discuss the results of the sessions of the National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference held in early March, as well as to review current issues of the political and economic development of the People's Republic of China was held at the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies on March 24th. The round table was attended by the dedicated experts of RISS.
Mikhail Fradkov took part in the meeting of the Advisory Committee of "One Belt, One Road" initiative
On 18 December 2020, Director of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies M.E. Fradkov took part in the third meeting of the Advisory Committee of the International Cooperation Forum within the framework of the Chinese initiative "One Belt, One Road"
Geopolitical Issues Concerning Development of South Asia’s Transport Corridors
South Asia is becoming theater for fierce competition between various powers
China in the Balkans: Interests and Issues
The Balkans have become a top priority of China
National security law to be beneficial for Hong Kong
Despite the fact that the USA opposed the introduction of the China's national security law, it has a positive impact on Hong Kong's economy, RISS expert Mikhail Belyaev says. "After the entry into force of this law, shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange soared by 2.27%. This is a very high indicator," he added.
China and Russia blur lines on “division of labour” in exerting influence over Central Asia
China’s growing influence over Central Asian economics, politics and security at the expense of Russia—a topic that is revisited repeatedly given its essential strategic import—continues to grab the attention of the region’s geopolitical observers. One of the most recent iterations of this focus came in the form of a report by a Washington-based think tank, the Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute.
Trump’s big anti-China speech: Much ado about nothing
Trump’s big anti-China speech was aimed at voters rather than changing something in relations with Beijing, RISS expert Vyacheslav Kholodkov says. The basis for Trump’s actions was China’s decision to implement a national security law in Hong Kong. According to this law, Ministries of National Security will be opened in the special administrative region of Hong Kong in order to monitor activities directed at splitting the country and undermining stability.
USA aims to rally the world against China
The White House is actively involving its allies in the fight against Beijing
USA launches anti-Chinese campaign
The US is planning to spread a disinformation campaign against China around the world
Pandemic ruining US hopes for world domination
Trump is aimed at maintaining US dominance and hindering China's recovery after the coronavirus