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December 30, 2016
Categories:Africa, Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Economy, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
Do Not Keep Whining About Globalization, But Play Along With It
July 30, 2016
Categories:Central Asia, World Trends, civilization
I recommend paintings of Eugene Pack, an artist from Uzbekistan
June 11, 2014
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, The United States, World Trends
Much Ado About Sino-Russian Relaions
May 17, 2014
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The United States, World Trends
East Asia Is no Less Complex Than Ukraine on President Putin's Impending China Trip
January 19, 2014
Categories:Central Asia, China, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, World Economy, World Trends
EU-Russia Summit Meeting A Case for Eurasia-Europe Collaboration
December 7, 2013
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Trends
A Tale of Two NATOs How Russia Can Cope With or Use Them
November 9, 2013
Categories:Central Asia, China, Eurasia, Russia, Society, World Economy, World Trends
Russia Needs Immigrants Anyway, But Not Too Many
October 25, 2013
Categories:Central Asia, China, Eurasia, Russia, The Middle East, The United States, World Trends
The China Factor in Afghanistan-2014
October 4, 2013
Categories:Central Asia, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, The United States, World Trends
On the Collision between the EU and the Eurasian Union
September 18, 2013
Categories:Africa, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Oceania, Politics, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Trends
What Has and Has Not Changed After the U.S.-Russia Agreement on Syria
July 13, 2013
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Trends, civilization
For Whom the Democracy Tolls in Eurasia?
July 6, 2013
Categories:Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Eurasia, Russia, South Korea, The United States, World Trends, civilization
Do Not Fixate Too Much on China's Surge
November 14, 2012
Categories:Central Asia, Diplomacy, Japan Diary
Diplomacy of Japan is not dead yet: about the 4th "Central Asia +Japan" Forum
July 23, 2012
Categories:Africa, Asia, Central Asia, China, Europe, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
Advent of U.S.A. version 2.0
January 3, 2012
Categories:Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Economy, Eurasia, Europe, Japan Diary, Oceania, Politics, Russia, Society, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The United States, The World, World Economy, civilization
The year of the dragon hath come
December 4, 2010
Categories:Central Asia, Culture, Japan Diary
For students in Central Asia (one year program)--an opportunity to study about Japan
December 4, 2010
Categories:Central Asia, Japan Diary
For students in Central Asia (two-year MA program)--an opportunity to study about Japan
September 24, 2010
Categories:Africa, Asia, Central Asia, China, Diplomacy, Economy, Europe, Oceania, Politics, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Economy, World Trends, civilization
The growing self-assurance of China will sever the Pacific from the Middle East
June 19, 2010
Categories:Africa, Asia, Central Asia, China, Culture, Eurasia, Europe, Oceania, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, World Trends
Cultural exchange in the world of relativity
May 17, 2010
Categories:Africa, Asia, Central Asia, China, Economy, Eurasia, Europe, Oceania, Russia, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, The Middle East, The United States, The World, World Economy, World Trends
The Greek crisis--perhaps a harbinger of a historical change