Publications

10.07.2018. The new Cold War and the emerging Greater Eurasia
The article "The new Cold War and the emerging Greater Eurasia" was published in Journal of Eurasian Studies on July, 2018.

08.06.2018. Ideology of Eastward Turn
The first phase of Russia’s turn towards rising Asia is gaining momentum – the Far East’s rate of development is twice the national average (this is not enough, though). Dozens of major businesses crop up in the region. Oddly enough, these changes have highlighted deficiencies nobody would think of before. Eastern Russia’s development has not yet become a common cause for the whole nation, although the...

29.03.2018. The West’s Unilateral Cold War
The problem between Russia and the West is really a problem among Westerners themselves. If there is a new cold war, it is only because established elites have not come to terms with reality: the balance of military, political, economic, and moral power has shifted too far away from the West to be reversed. Rising tensions between the United Kingdom and Russia are but further proof that Russia and the West, according...

15.03.2018. Preemptive Deterrence
Relations between the two nuclear superpowers—Russia and the United States—are worse than ever since the 1950s and the Cuban Missile Crisis. Nuclear weapons have many declared and undeclared functions apart from the most obvious one―preventing an attack on one’s own country or allies by the threat of retaliation. This...

25.12.2017. A World in Store
  For over a decade, most of the world’s international systems inherited from the past have been falling into decay. It will take several more decades to get the existing world order replaced with a new one. Russia has good chances to influence its formation. Another priority task is to prevent a new big war, which becomes highly probable. The pivot towards Asia must be continued and the Greater Eurasia comprehensive partnership concept should be filled with substance. No...

22.10.2017. A Cold War: A Forecast for Tomorrow
  Nuclear deterrence is the only reason why the world did not plunge into a nuclear conflict during the Cold War and is not sliding down that path now as we are living through a new Cold War which is even worse than the previous one. This view was stated at the Valdai Club by Sergei Karaganov, Dean of the School of World Economics and...

08.09.2017. The Future World Order
It becomes increasingly difficult for the West to impose its political systems and cultural and human values.   A few days ago I spoke at a seminar attended by renowned and unorthodox scholars from Russia and the West. The topic of my presentation was “What Will There Be after the ‘Liberal Global Order?’” I think...

06.09.2017. Toward the Great Ocean-5
The report has been prepared based on the series of research conducted in late 2016 – early 2017 and the situation analysis “Turn to the East: a new stage and agenda for co-operation” which took place on February 20, 2017.

31.05.2017. FROM THE PIVOT TO THE EAST TO GREATER EURASIA
Global Context  The current round of Russia’s pivot to the East was conceived in the second half of the 2000s as a largely belated economic response to the rise of Asia, which opened up a plethora of...

11.04.2017. Taking a New Look at Nuclear Peace
A new Concert of Nations could be more stable than the previous one if it is based not only on moral principles and the balance of power, but also on mutual nuclear deterrence.   Key points at first. Nuclear weapons, if they are ever to be used, are unspeakable evil, but their existence saved the world during the Cold War and is saving...

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