Vladimir Terehov

What is to Happen with Japan’s Plutonium Stoc...

New Eastern Outlook has featured regular discussions on the topic that we can provisionally dub as “Japan’s issues with nuclear power”. There is a fairly reasonable explanation for this interest, as this country’s economy is practically the third largest in the world, and this…

July was Mark by a Number of Important Events...

TR74565We have already commented on the large number of significant events in the first half of July – events which clearly demonstrated the special nature of the radical changes that the post-Cold War world order has undergone in the last few months. The end of July has brought several…

On Pakinstan’s Parliamentary Election Results

1518938871-1024x576The eleventh elections, held on 25 July of this year, in the lower house of parliament (the National Assembly of Pakistan) attracted a great deal of attention from the international media as well as experts on world politics. The results of these elections can have a profound…

European Union is Strengthening its Ties with...

1047289824Earlier we bore witness to a remarkable number of noteworthy events in world politics that occurred in the first half of July in Europe. During this period leaders of all the world powers (China was presented by its Premier Li Keqiang), with the exception of India and Japan…

Is Nepal a Source of Competition or Cooperati...

7766From June 19 through 24 of this year, the prime minister of Nepal, K. P. Sharma Oli, accompanied by ministers of the economic block of the government was on an official visit to China, at the invitation of his Chinese colleague, Li Keqiag. The eminent Nepalese guest was received…

July Brings all the Major Players to Europe

TMM6452342This July, a surprising number of significant geopolitical events have turned Europe into the meeting ground for virtually all of its key players. Surely, much public attention was drawn to the (growingly indecent) scandals within the noble family still referred to as the “West”…

Oceania Countries are Getting Drawn into anti...

FORROn 6 July the Associated Press (AP) Agency referred to official information sources from Australia and New Zealand in its announcement stating that during the upcoming Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) in September of this year, representatives from Australia and New Zealand are set…

Japan after the North Korea–United States Sum...

abebowWashington’s initiation of a new game on the Korean Peninsula has become an important element in the overall process of reformatting the political map at global and regional levels. A long time coming, this process has sharply quickened with Donald Trump’s rise to power in the USA…

A Supposedly Scientific Body that Represents ...

TAP453451231Strictly speaking, this article is about a new building complex of the so called American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), which from 1979, the year when Washington severed diplomatic ties with Taipei, serves as a de facto US embassy (but with a status of a non-commercial…

Singapore Hosted the Latest Shangri-La Dialog...

SIA34252342Annual Shangri La-Dialogues, held in Singapore under the auspices of London’s International Institute for Strategic Studies, are the focus of New Eastern Outlook’s (NEO) steadfast attention, with their scheduled 17th round taking place on 1-3 June this year. It is one of the most…

Japan is Seeking Balance in its Relations wit...

RF4234234The sudden burst in Japanese foreign policy efforts over the last few months cannot go unnoticed.  It is hard not to note Tokyo’s attempts to influence and probe the state of its relations with Washington, Beijing and Moscow. It is worth mentioning that the political landscape…

The Issues of Trade and Politics at the Curre...

5TN1ILQ000AN0001Separating the political and the trade and economic factors when analysing the relations between two states is artificial as such. It makes sense only in cases when this or that factor becomes predominant in the given time period. Over…


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