Dmitriy Frolovskiy

Dmitriy Frolovskiy is a political analyst and independent journalist. He is a consultant on policy and strategy, and has written about Russia’s foreign policy.
Dmitriy Frolovskiy
Dmitriy Frolovskiy is a political analyst and independent journalist. He is a consultant on policy and strategy, and has written about Russia’s foreign policy.

Latest from Dmitriy Frolovskiy

Opinion | China and Russia aren’t economic equals but, thanks to the US trade war, their partnership looks built to last

Until now, Russia’s relationship with China has looked decidedly one-sided, but Donald Trump’s trade war has changed all that, and Moscow could be a natural hedge against international pressure.

14 May 2019 - 4:53AM

Until now, Russia’s relationship with China has looked decidedly one-sided, but Donald Trump’s trade war has changed all that, and Moscow could be a natural hedge against international pressure.

China and Russia aren’t economic equals but, thanks to the US trade war, their partnership looks built to last
Opinion | First trade, now education? Why US-China conflict must not be allowed to spill over

Paranoia about foreign influence in China and the US is hurting academia on both sides. Universities that depend on foreign students for revenue will suffer, and so will international exchange and diplomacy.

17 Jan 2019 - 3:10AM

Paranoia about foreign influence in China and the US is hurting academia on both sides. Universities that depend on foreign students for revenue will suffer, and so will international exchange and diplomacy.

First trade, now education? Why US-China conflict must not be allowed to spill over
The View | Russian gas imports won’t improve China’s air quality when Beijing continues with its policy of excessive coal consumption

Beijing may tout its growing cooperation with Russia in natural gas, but the real problem lies with China’s reliance on coal and the coal-guzzling metals industry for economic growth.

19 Dec 2018 - 10:18PM

Beijing may tout its growing cooperation with Russia in natural gas, but the real problem lies with China’s reliance on coal and the coal-guzzling metals industry for economic growth.

Russian gas imports won’t improve China’s air quality when Beijing continues with its policy of excessive coal consumption
Opinion | As Putin pivots to Asia, will more Russian defence and energy deals be the new normal in the region?

Vladimir Putin’s decision to attend the East Asia Summit signals his determination to diversify Russia’s relationships away from Europe and the US.

12 Nov 2018 - 7:11PM

Vladimir Putin’s decision to attend the East Asia Summit signals his determination to diversify Russia’s relationships away from Europe and the US.

As Putin pivots to Asia, will more Russian defence and energy deals be the new normal in the region?