How Russia’s Greater Eurasia Plan May Spell the End of EU-Centric Model

Ekaterina Blinova After a 500 year-long struggle for recognition of its status as a European power, Russia has positioned itself as a pivot to the East to develop Greater Eurasia, Glenn Diesen, a professor at the Higher School of Economics, told Sputnik, adding that this may spell the end of the Western-centric geo-economic infrastructure. Sputnik: … Continue reading How Russia’s Greater Eurasia Plan May Spell the End of EU-Centric Model

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The A380 may keep flying in China’s skies

Beijing to reward fat orders for technical cooperation as the nation needs more super-jumbos ByFrank Chen The A380 passenger aircraft is already flying into the sunset, after its maiden flight merely a little more than a decade ago. Airbus made a wistful announcement this week, saying it would ground the program and halt production in … Continue reading The A380 may keep flying in China’s skies

How the New Silk Roads are merging into Greater Eurasia

That’s irreversible. The dogs of demonization, containment, sanctions and even war may bark all they want, but the Eurasia integration caravan keeps moving along.

Russia is keen to push economic integration with parts of Asia and this fits in with China's Belt and Road Initiative By PEPE ESCOBAR The concept of Greater Eurasia has been discussed at the highest levels of Russian academia and policy-making for some time. This week the policy was presented at the Council of Ministers and … Continue reading How the New Silk Roads are merging into Greater Eurasia

Trieste aims to be China’s main port in Europe

The Chinese are keen to invest in new terminals, docks, yards, logistics platforms and industrial areas in the northern Italian port, given its deeper integration into EU rail networks than Piraeus, the Greek port taken over by Cosco in 2016 By Emanuele Scimia A seaport city of just over 200,000 residents in northeast Italy could … Continue reading Trieste aims to be China’s main port in Europe

From Baltic Sea to Black Sea, Russia aims for a win-win

A major summit featuring Germany, Russia, France and Turkey is on the way – call it an expanded Eurovision By Pepe Escobar When Russian President Vladimir Putin, fresh from his star turn at the wedding of Austrian Prime Minister Karin Kneissl, showed up at the 18th century Meseberg Palace north of Berlin on Saturday afternoon … Continue reading From Baltic Sea to Black Sea, Russia aims for a win-win