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China has become the third larger exporter of arms in the world, … Continue reading Signal: A View from China – its Rising Arms Exports

In this new article about the current development of the warming Russian Arctic, The Red (Team) Analysis Society studies how Russia is currently devising an industrial and business grand strategy. This strategy is created through new oil and gas exploitations and the constant opening of the Siberian Northern Sea Route. These new activities are made possible by the rapidly intensifying climate change, … Continue reading The Warming Russian Arctic: Where Russian and Asian Business and Strategies Converge?

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A strange process is affecting the planet: the global life conditions, which have dominated the planet for thousands years are changing quickly, because of the massive impact of human activities and forms of development. Meanwhile, new life conditions emerge and they are not those that have supported the emergence and development of modern societies.
Almaty, urbanisation anthropocene, KazhakstanOn the contrary, … Continue reading The Planetary Crisis Rules (3): Kazakhstan, a Case Study of the Anthropocene

On 9 May 2015 took place an impressive military parade in Moscow to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. The parade was presided by the Russian President Vladimir Putin, and by its guests, dozens of heads of state and government. At his right hand were seated Xi Jinping, President of the Popular Republic of China, … Continue reading China, Russia and the New Silk Road in Central Asia: the Great Co-Empowerment (1)

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