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Sink or Swim: Can the EAEU Survive for the Long Haul?

The emblem of the Eurasian Economic Union. Russia is the world's largest country by land area, with a proud history of sovereign statehood dating back centuries. It is one of the foremost economic and political powers of the last 100 years, ... Harvard Political Review, 3 weeks ago

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Kyrgyzstan Risks Riling Russia with Tribute to Historical Tragedy

A food market in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. This article was originally published by Kyrgyzstan is preparing tomark thecentennial ofa historical tragedy that nationalists inBishkek are portraying as aRussian-led genocide.
 Moscow Times1 week ago What Can Kyrgyzstan Expect from EAEU Membership?  Valdai Club2 weeks ago
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Eurasian Economic Union and Pakistan

For Pakistan's policy for the West, an important development has been the growing of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), the ground for which was originally laid in 2010. In fact as of this year, the European Union (EU) and Kazakhstan may be said to ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 day ago Debates of Valdai Discussion Club and Russia-24 TV Channel "Silk Road and Greater Eurasia: Politics, Economy, Infrastructure"  Valdai Club1 week ago Top-10: May union  24.kg3 weeks ago China And The Eurasian Economic Union: Prospects For Silk Road Economic Belt Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago

The Sino-Russian marriage

(MENAFN - The Journal Of Turkish Weekly) The Chinese are the most historically minded of peoples. In his conquest of power, Mao Zedong used military tactics derived from Sun Tzu, who lived around 500 BC; Confucianism, dating from around the same ...
 MENAFN1 week ago Will the 13th Century Pax Mongolica Return With China's New Silk Road?  Huffington Post1 week ago China: Milestones in the Dragon's Rise  Huffington Post1 week ago Is China's Choice to Submit to the U.S. or Challenge It?  Huffington Post1 month ago

This Day in History (04-04-1394)

Today is Thursday; 4th of the Iranian month of Tir 1394 solar hijri; corresponding to 8th of the Islamic month of Ramadhan 1436 lunar hijri; and June 25, 2015, of the Christian Gregorian Calendar. 1005 lunar years ago, on this day in 431 AH, ...
 IRIB World Service1 week ago

Of quiet waters and the whirr of wings

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Eurasian Curlew Eurasian Wigeon Lesser Sand Plovers Oriental Pratincole An Osprey TOPICS It's 5 a.m. and I'm driving down the ECR. I have 140-odd km to cover; my interviewees won't wait much ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

​Supporting closer ties between the EU and Eurasian Economic Union

Dr Alexander Yakovenko, Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Deputy foreign minister (2005-2011). Published time: June 21, 2015 07:01 As Russian President Vladimir Putin told the Italian daily ...
 Russia Today1 week ago

Historicicing the memory

It was one of those summer days the city is well acquainted with. The streets were unsparingly peopled and everything was cacophony created by the traffic, almost deafening. A crowd made steady progress towards a building that continues to retain ...
 The Statesman1 week ago

Belarus migrants may be exempt from exam on Russian language, but not history

There is no consensus on whether to allow the citizens of Belarus, Abkhazia and South Ossetia to not take Russia's mandatory comprehensive exam for labor migrants, yet, the exam authors said. "There is no doubt that the citizens of these ...
 Belsat6 days ago Economics, history and the Russian stock market  Khaleej Times3 weeks ago Russia Attempts to Counter NATO with Joint Military Exercises  Silk Road Reporters1 month ago The Work of Memory and the Wounds of History with Angelika Bammer  Events At Stanford1 month ago

On a collision course

Why is the Indian sub continent moving so fast towards Eurasia?: by Kenneth Chang When an unstoppable force like the Indian subcontinent crashes into an immovable object like the Eurasian plate, the consequences include the tallest mountains in ...
 Sunday Observer1 month ago Why is Sub-Continent Moving So Fast to Cause Quakes?  Kashmir Observer1 month ago Indian subcontinent's quake-causing collision course  Times of India1 month ago
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