Category Archives: Vladimir Putin

Xi in LatAm: China Expands Footprints in the Region; By Shastri Ramachandaran

CAS article no. 0163/2016 Courtesy: China.org.cn Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ongoing visit to Latin America – from November 17 to 23 – comes at an opportune juncture, with the U.S. and other powers caught in domestic situations and global uncertainties that preclude their proactive engagement abroad. And President Xi, who is on course for state visits to Ecuador, Peru and Chile, can be expected to make the most of extending… Read Article →

Sino-Russian relations: Higher, Stronger; By Shastri Ramachandaran

CAS article no. 0110/2016 Courtesy: China.org.cn In the last week of June, Tashkent and Seoul were both in the news for events which may have set in motion changes with far-reaching consequences for power equations in Asia and the Asia-Pacific. Hence, the two cities may well be remembered as the trigger-point of developments on which Sino-Russian strategic partnership may have an impact. Seoul was the venue for the Nuclear Suppliers… Read Article →