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Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. That is where the most serious geopolitical action is going to be taking place in the world as we move deeper into the 21st century. Eurasia is the greatest landmass of the world, embracing Europe and all of Asia -- some of the oldest and greatest centers of human civilization.
So what is Eurasianism? It has meant different things at different periods.
A century ago, the Kissingers of the time spun theories about a deep and inevitable strategic clash between seaborne power U. Indeed, what need was there to talk then about Asia itself?
Most of Asia was underdeveloped and lay under the control of the British Empire India, China or the French Indochina and had no independent will. Japan was the only real "Asian power" -- that ironically developed its own imperial designs, mimicking the West, and thus came to clash with American imperial power in the Pacific.
The more Washington attempts to contain or throttle Eurasianism as a genuine rising force, the greater will be the determination of states to become part of this rising Eurasian world.
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Today, of course, all that is different. Eurasia increasingly means "Asia" in which the "Euro" part figures modestly. Not surprisingly, China -- like the Muslim world -- projects a decidedly "anti-imperial" bent based on what it sees as its humiliation at the hands of the West and Japan during its year eclipse -- during one of its dynastic down cycles.
But China is very much back now into a classic "up-cycle" mode of power and influence again and is determined to project its weight and influence.
India, too, now is now a rapidly developing power with regional reach. And Japan, while quiescent, still represents formidable economic powerperhaps to be augmented by greater military regional reach. The significance of the term "Eurasian" has changed a good deal, but it still suggests strategic rivalry.
At a time when the U.
And not just in China, but in its new significance for countries like Russia, Iran and even Turkey. It suggests a sense of the eclipse of dominant western power in the face of new Asian power.
Russian culture has for two centuries maintained a lively debate about whether Russia belongs to the West, or embodies a distinctly Eurasian yevraziiskaya culture that is separate from the West.
Eurasianists represent a significant force within Russian strategic and military thinking although Putin, interestingly, does not fully embrace this worldview. President Vladimir Putin wearing a Tatar embroidered skull-cap seen attending open-air holiday events outside Kazan.
It speaks of a Slavic culture but with deep Eurasian roots even in an old Turkic and Tatar past. Remember that historically it is the modern West that torched Russia twice: NATO today probes ever more deeply all around the Russian periphery.
The Eurasianists are suspicious of, if not hostile to, the West as a permanent threat to "Holy Mother Russia. Options bring greater security. China is moving in stunningly ambitious directions in creating the new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank that 57 states have signed onto including most European states, Canada and Australia -- but conspicuously without Japan so far, or the U.
This creates a new Eurasian-focused central banking instrument with strong Chinese influence. Yes, suspicions and rivalries exist between Russia and China and India and Japan. But the strong economic and developmental thrust of these proposals differ markedly from the American more "security" focused organization with its worrisome military implications.
China is moving in stunningly ambitious directions in creating the new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Not only has Washington fought these Chinese and Eurasian initiatives unsuccessfully, but it is U.Europe's world dominance in basic scientific research began with Copernicus in the s and extended through the nineteenth century.
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The maintenance of political, social, economic, and cultural dominance. China felt confident enough with its newfound strength to announce the world-changing OBOR megaproject that’s designed to bring a definitive end to America’s economic dominance and related unipolar “leadership”, but then the US and China suddenly “switched” global economic roles following Trump’s election.
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