There are no mass purges in Russia today, no broad climate of terror. Desire to go back to one's civilizational roots can be clearly seen in recent events in the Middle East and North Africa where political and socioeconomic renewal of society has been frequently carried out under the banner of asserting Islamic values.
The practical realization of these and other initiatives demands both a responsible attitude to and regard for the fate of BAM Treaty. As the speech of President Vladimir Putting t the APES forum in Shanghai has shown, we will continue to lay emphasis on more active participation in the main integration structures of the Asia-Pacific region.
Relations of strategic partnership and alliance are developed with those states that show willingness to engage in them. Back Home Russian Policy in External Affairs The initiating character of Russian Russian policy in external affairs in external affairs clearly showed itself most recently, as had been the case before — at a radical change in world history — following the tragic events in the United States of America.
The ability of the West to dominate world economy and politics continues to diminish. Rule of Law in International Relations Russia stands for signing a new Russia-EU framework agreement on strategic partnership based on the principles of equality and mutual benefit.
Being realized on this track are the main foreign interests of Russia, which at the present time manifest themselves on two major planes — the security field and the economy. Such crisis could provoke yet more rivalry between Russia and the West, both of which will try to take advantage of its consequences.
The signed historic Friendship and Cooperation Treaty between Russia and China has laid down the principles for the development of relations during the coming decades. Russia is not about to tumble out of the world economy and become an outcast.
This was the first visit of a Russian president to Australia. At a time when it becomes increasingly important for the states to diversify their presence in the world markets in order to guarantee their economic security, we are witnessing imposition of various unjustified restrictions and other discriminatory measures.
Russia consistently advocates the strengthening of the legal basis of international relations and complies with its international legal obligations in good faith. But this dialogue is likely to go hand in hand with the development of strategic weapons on both sides. Russia intends to actively contribute to the development of interaction among CIS Member States in the humanitarian sphere on the ground of preserving and increasing common cultural and civilizational heritage which is an essential resource for the CIS as a whole and for each of the Commonwealth's Member States in the context of globalization.
Of course such a policy stimulates an arms race. There is no viable alternative to mutually beneficial and equal-footed cooperation between Russia and the EU, as our countries are closely intertwined by virtue of numerous geographic, economic, historical and human ties.
Considering the significant role the European Union plays in international affairs, Russia intends to maintain intensive and mutually beneficial dialogue with the EU partners on the key issues of the foreign policy agenda, to further practical interaction in political and military areas, to shape relevant foreign policy and security cooperation mechanisms in order to ensure taking common decisions followed by joint implementation.
Russia was the first to come out for Joining the efforts of the international community against the threat of terrorism and for creating an antiterrorism coalition. The summit was the final meeting between Bush and Putin as presidents and follows both leaders' attendance at last the NATO summit in Romania 2 April — 4 April Besides Syria, a possible point of Russian intervention could be the implementation of treaty obligations in Central Asia, especially in the event of a terrorist threat posed by militants not based in Afghanistan.
The interests of Russia and of its foreign policy are not confined to Europe and the United States. Confidence in the future and prospects of the Commonwealth has grown stronger since the CICS summit in Socio this summer.
Of course such a policy stimulates an arms race.
With tendency for decentralization of the global system of governance, regional governance emerges as a basis for the polycentric model of the world with the UN being another foundationreflecting the world's diversity and variety.
This was manifested by successive waves of NATO expansion despite assurances to the contrary at the highest level and in violation of solemn declarations on the establishment of a system of equal and indivisible security in the Euro-Atlantic space.
The establishment of the Eurasian Economic Union is making a tangible contribution to the development of wide-ranging cooperation in the region. Russia will resist all attempts to erode the role of the UN and its Security Council and will advocate reforms in the organization which would raise its effectiveness.
Atlanticistsseeking a closer relationship with the United States and the Western World in general; Imperialistsseeking a recovery of the semi-hegemonic status lost during the previous decade; and Neo-Slavophilespromoting the isolation of Russia within its own cultural sphere.
Bush asked the United Nations to lift sanctions on Iraq. The other members especially Kazakhstan and Belarus are bound to play a major role in them.
The new union that is being formed on the basis of universal integration principles is designed to serve as an effective link between Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. On its basis the foreign strategy of the country has been found in full recognition of the fundamentally new geopolitical situation in the world.
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The foreign relations of the Russian Federation is the policy of the government of Russia by which it guides the interactions with other nations, their citizens and foreign organizations.
This article covers the foreign policy of the Russian Federation since the dissolution of the Soviet Union in lateDownload