Ivan Tselichtchev

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Asian Angle | The cold war INF nuclear treaty is dead, killed by rise of China and Trump. A global arms race is next

The slow death of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty is part of a collapse in cold war era arms control. Chaos now beckons, as every country fends for itself. Welcome to the New World Disorder

2 Feb 2019 - 12:52PM

The slow death of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty is part of a collapse in cold war era arms control. Chaos now beckons, as every country fends for itself. Welcome to the New World Disorder

The cold war INF nuclear treaty is dead, killed by rise of China and Trump. A global arms race is next
Asian Angle | Will Russia and Japan ever reach an agreement over the Kuril Islands?

Talks between Moscow and Tokyo over the territory have been at an impasse for decades. Can closer ties finally lead to a treaty?

28 Jan 2019 - 3:01PM

Talks between Moscow and Tokyo over the territory have been at an impasse for decades. Can closer ties finally lead to a treaty?

Will Russia and Japan ever reach an agreement over the Kuril Islands?
If Trump blows up US-Russia nuclear treaty, China will pick up the pieces

America’s plan to withdraw from the INF deal raises the prospect of US missile deployments in the Asia-Pacific, threatening China’s security. But it may also hand Beijing a key role in building the new world order of arms control.

10 Nov 2018 - 5:10AM

America’s plan to withdraw from the INF deal raises the prospect of US missile deployments in the Asia-Pacific, threatening China’s security. But it may also hand Beijing a key role in building the new world order of arms control.

If Trump blows up US-Russia nuclear treaty, China will pick up the pieces
China and India to Iran and Korea, why Russia is the Asian player to watch

From arms to energy, Russian influence in the region is growing ever greater – and key to Moscow’s route to dominance is its unique relationship with Beijing.

24 Sep 2018 - 4:14PM

From arms to energy, Russian influence in the region is growing ever greater – and key to Moscow’s route to dominance is its unique relationship with Beijing.

China and India to Iran and Korea, why Russia is the Asian player to watch
Why can’t Japan and South Korea get past their battle scars?

As economic ties between Seoul and Tokyo fade, bad blood dating back more than a century has started to resurface.

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

As economic ties between Seoul and Tokyo fade, bad blood dating back more than a century has started to resurface.

Why can’t Japan and South Korea get past their battle scars?
What Shinzo Abe’s election win will mean for China-Japan relations
Beyond THAAD: the real reason why China is angry with South Korea
If globalisation is dying, how do you explain the Japan-EU free trade deal?
Globalisation’s not dead, it just has a new powerhouse – Asia
Can Russia and Japan resolve the Kurils territorial dispute?