India / 25.03.2021
Far Indian East of Russia
The high potential of Russian-Indian cooperation in the Far East has every chance of moving into a phase of substantive discussion and making constructive decisions.
The coronavirus crisis has become both a litmus test of problem areas in interstate unions and associations, and their own problems - a catalyst.
North Korea / 16.02.2021
Russia and the DPRK are close, but not together
Relations between Russia and the DPRK have become a protracted prelude - joint projects are bogged down in a quagmire where risks, sanctions, ambitions and a pandemic are heavily mixed. The ties that were supposed to be close turned into symbolic ones.
Japan / 09.02.2021
What Suga, what Abe
No matter who holds the post of prime minister, and no matter how Japan's rhetoric about the Kuril Islands changes, their ownership cannot be disputed.
US / 04.02.2021
The aspirations of the TRUMPED - what to expect for the Asia-Pacific countries from the Biden administration
One of the American fast food chains, which has offices all over the world, manages to diversify the assortment of local cafes interspersed with national culinary notes in each of the countries of its presence. But will the new president's retinue be able to design a menu so that Chinese duck, Japanese sashimi, and Indian curry framed by lesser known but numerous Asian snacks do not turn into indigestible mince?
Kusto Group raises the bar for roadside service
New generation roadside service complex COMPASS Comfort opened in Kazakhstan
Spring Offensive: Japanese workers sit at the negotiating table
Trade Unions and Business Organizations Rising Sun Countries Start Discussing Salary Raises
What can Russia expect from world nuclear "showdowns"?
Experts argue about the consequences of provocations in the Middle East
An old friend is better than two new ones
EastRussia studies the experience of Indian-Russian projects and reflects on the prospects of strategic partnership between the two countries
The beginning of a big but not declared war
Why are protests against the new bill not stopping in Hong Kong?
China / 02.06.2019
Homeland pepper and panda
Yin and Yang of the Chinese hinterland
China / 10.04.2019
Social credit will generate inequality equal
China on the threshold of a new reality: in the near future, society will be divided into “better” and “worse”
Japan / 08.04.2019
How to live 100 for years and not lose your appetite
4 causes Japanese longevity - what secrets do Okinawans know?
Vietnam / 19.03.2019
“We need cooperation in new, strategic formats”
Vladimir Mazyrin on the prospects for cooperation between Russia and Vietnam
Trading House Kim Jong-un
EastRussia has studied the agenda of the next negotiations between Russia and the DPRK
Japan / 24.01.2019
Japanese woman: discrimination - or?
Features of the relationship of the sexes in the Land of the Rising Sun studied EastRussia
Japan / 22.11.2018
In Korea, dissolve the fund to help women victims of Japanese brothels
South Korea announced the dissolution of the fund for former comfort woomen
China / 30.10.2018
How China will develop the Far East
Explains research associate at the Center for Asia-Pacific Studies at the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Ivan Zuenko
Friendship in a competitive environment
Russia and Vietnam learn to cooperate in a new way
China / 02.07.2018
Why migrant workers from Russia go to South Korea
China / 21.02.2018
Why the Chinese delegation can not be accommodated on the fourth floor of the hotel
China / 02.02.2018
A dog came to us
16 February according to the lunar calendar will come the year of the Yellow Earth Dog
China / 16.01.2018
Caravai in China
Do Russian food products have a sales prospect in China?
Carefully, markets come off
How the Far East to increase exports to Asian countries
Japan / 23.10.2017
Manga against the North Korean threat in Hokkaido
Official authorities of the island issued an unusual instruction for residents in case of missile launch by North Korea
North Korea / 16.08.2017
How the world will change when North Korea becomes a nuclear power
Andrei Lankov, a historian, a Korean scholar, a teacher at the University of Kukmin (Seoul), discusses on the portal carnegie.ru how the Korean knot is being tightened
The crisis in Turkey's relations with Western countries raises many questions. Answers are sought from Mirlyas Agaev, graduate student of the Faculty of Political Science