Vladimir Terehov

Xi Jinping Visited Tibet Autonomous Region

The trip made by the PRC’s leader Xi Jinping to the country’s Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) on July 21-23 turned…

Wang Yi’s Tour of the Greater Middle East


The New Eastern Outlook has repeatedly noted that Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is probably the fastest to rise among his foreign counterparts in his line of work. This is in line with the general process of a dramatic increase in the country’s role he represents to the world. Together with the US, this makes up the main (internally contradictory) geopolitical duo…

Discussions on the Afghan Problem Continued in Tashkent


Another meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) foreign ministers held July 13-14 in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, mainly discussed the Afghan problem, where the level of uncertainty (and the danger to neighbors) is sharply increasing due to the accelerated withdrawal of the US and some NATO countries’ remaining military…

Afghanistan — an “Assembly Area” in the Indo-Pacific?


With the onset of the final phase for the US military to withdraw from Afghanistan, the 200-year problem associated with this country is going back to its traditional state of uncertainty, which has always served as a source of headaches for the leading (at this historical moment) players. Today, it is turning out to be a consequence of the current world leader realizing…

On the 50th Anniversary of Henry Kissinger’s Visit to China


In the relations between the two leading world powers (the USA and China), which are developing in a complex manner, a remarkable event took place on July 9: a video conference dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the secret visit made to Beijing by Henry Kissinger, who worked in President Nixon’s administration as his National Security Adviser…

Xi Jinping Held Talks with Macron and Merkel, and Li Keqiang with the British Business Community


The July 5 (video) summit of Chinese leader Xi Jinping, on the one hand, and French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, on the other, is not an ordinary event in the series of others on the table of the “Great Game.” Strange as it may seem, the first of these is due…

On the New Terrorist Attacks in Pakistan


Right after NEO commented on the terrorist act that happened on April 21, 2021, in the capital of the Pakistani province of Balochistan, Quetta, amidst the transformation of Pakistan’s foreign policy, similar reasons “arrived just in time” in order to again turn to the same generalized question. The author is referring to two terrorist attacks committed at weekly intervals…

Britain’s Tilt Towards Indo-Pacific: From Words to Actions


On a number of occasions, the New Eastern Outlook has reported about the much more active and multi-faceted role the United Kingdom has been playing on the global stage in recent years, including in political, economic and defense spheres. This change occurred during the protracted process of the UK leaving the European Union, which began after the Brexit…

Prime Minister Modi Speaks to the Heads of the Leading Parties in the Jammu and Kashmir Territories


In Delhi, on June 24 this year, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the heads of the main political parties in the Jammu and Kashmir territories – a meeting which might at first glance appear to be of purely domestic significance, and therefore a strange choice of subject for a journal specializing…

US to Supply Taiwan with Howitzers and Coronavirus Vaccines


NEO regularly follows developments in relation to the Taiwanese question – a highly complex issue, and perhaps the most dangerous territorial dispute in international politics today. Its complexity lies in the way it combines political, economic and military dimensions. Naturally, Beijing is particularly concerned about the latter…

No Breaks in the Games around Taiwan


The title of any text always and inevitably reflects its main content in the “by and large” format. In doing so, important “details” are labeled as they are written. In the global political game, “by and large” the branch that develops “around” Taiwan is gaining importance. The leading players here are China, the United States, and Japan. Although, some others might be considered “coming up…

The China Factor in the Meeting between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden


The meeting between Presidents of the Russian Federation and the United States, Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden, held on June 16 in Geneva, was certainly a notable event in modern politics. As expected, it garnered attention among the public for a variety of reasons. And the interest in the summit has continued to grow…

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