Lavrov Outlined the Priorities for Russian Regions’ International Economic Outreaches

Lavrov Outlined the Priorities for Russian Regions’ International Economic Outreaches

The contours of Russia’s geo-economic grand strategy in the present decade’s “Age of Complexity” are now apparent. Beyond the former Soviet core of the Union State, EAEU, and the CIS (all three of which are envisaged as the basis upon which the aforesaid strategy will be built), the Kremlin considers China, India, and the majority-Muslim…

Russia Develops Transport Corridors to Solve Logistical Problems

Russia Develops Transport Corridors to Solve Logistical Problems

Speaking at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) in June, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Russia’s emphasis on developing transport corridors to solve logistical problems and help businesses. In particular, the President emphasized that cargo flows along the North-South transport corridor will soon begin to grow steadily, providing sustainable channels of communication with the…

Michael Hudson: A Roadmap to Escape the West’s Stranglehold

Michael Hudson: A Roadmap to Escape the West’s Stranglehold

It is impossible to track the geoeconomic turbulence inherent to the “birth pangs” of the multipolar world without the insights of Professor Michael Hudson at the University of Missouri, and author of the already seminal The Destiny of Civilization. In his latest essay, Professor Hudson digs deeper into Germany’s suicidal economic/financial policies; their effect on…

India’s Gaffe at Samarkand

India’s Gaffe at Samarkand

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at Samarkand on September 16 after the SCO Summit turned into a media scandal. The Western media zeroed in on six words culled out of context in the PM’s opening remarks — “today’s era is not of war” —  to triumphantly proclaim that India is…

Pakistan’s Successful SCO Summit Shouldn’t Be Spun As aSuccess for Shehbaz Sharif Personally

Pakistan’s Successful SCO Summit Shouldn’t Be Spun As aSuccess for Shehbaz Sharif Personally

What will always remain most important to President Putin and his government as a whole are inter-state relations between Russia and its partners irrespective of whoever leads the latter, whether it’s a multipolar-oriented visionary like former Prime Minister Khan or a US-installed placeholder like incumbent Prime Minister Sharif. Two notable Pakistani journalists have interpreted their…