China’s Alaska deal makes Russia shudder

Three Chinese state-run corporations signed an agreement with the government of the US State of Alaska on the production of liquefied natural gas on the territory of the state with its subsequent transportation to China. The contract is evaluated at 43 billion dollars Dmitriy Sudakov Noteworthy, the deal is paid for by US securities - … Continue reading China’s Alaska deal makes Russia shudder

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Mexico-Russia Trade up 40%, Countries Seek to Expand Aviation Joint Ventures

Mexican company Interjet is seeking to establish an additional joint-venture with Russia's Superjet to produce spare parts for their aircraft Russian Industry and Trade Minister, Denis Manturov, says Moscow is ready to supply Mexico with passenger aircrafts with the next four years. Manturov, on Monday, during a speech at the Russia-Mexico Trade and Industry Dialogue in the Mexico City, disclosed … Continue reading Mexico-Russia Trade up 40%, Countries Seek to Expand Aviation Joint Ventures

Germany’s Delegation To Russia Signals That Merkel Is Looking For New Allies

BY GEORGE FRIEDMAN A delegation of executives from major German corporations recently met with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Such delegations are not unusual. Sometimes it is routine, sometimes a courtesy. But occasionally, it has significance. In the case of Russia-Germany relations, such meetings are always potentially significant. Germany’s Unsteady Relations Two relationships are critical to Germany. … Continue reading Germany’s Delegation To Russia Signals That Merkel Is Looking For New Allies

India Considers Its Own ‘Silk Road’, Invites Iran to Join In

India has pitched the idea of a transport corridor to Iran, Russia, the Caucasus region and Central Asia as an alternative to China’s “One Belt, One Road” project The proposed corridor, dubbed North-South, would stretch to Russia via Iran and connect the Persian Gulf and the Indian Ocean with the Caspian Sea, thus making the Islamic Republic a … Continue reading India Considers Its Own ‘Silk Road’, Invites Iran to Join In

ALEKSANDR DUGIN – ECONOMY AND MULTIPOLARITY

From the book “Theory of the Multi-polar World”, Chapter “Theoretical basis of the Multi polar World” – Economy   According to the rules of modern discourse, no theory or project is exempt from an economic program and to follow its calculations and estimates. It is natural to ask the following question: on what economic model … Continue reading ALEKSANDR DUGIN – ECONOMY AND MULTIPOLARITY