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Francesco Zanniti: Moscow's New Approach to India and China - Vector for a New Multipolar World Order

The Serbian newspaper writes that through joint efforts Russia, India and China can change the "world order" and gain leadership by opposing American hegemony.

This is facilitated by the "political landscape" that has changed in the last few years. A giant step towards transforming the unipolar world into a multipolar world was made in December of the year 2014, when Moscow, Beijing and New Delhi signed a number of bilateral agreements. At the same time In Serbia notes that the partners started active cooperation even before the Ukrainian crisis, in particular within the framework of such organizations as BRICS.

"Moscow's new approach to the two Asian powers can be viewed as a vector for a new multipolar world order" - RIA Novosti reports the words of the director of the Italian Institute for Advanced Studies in the geopolitics of Francesco Brunello Zanniti, cited in the Serbian edition.

According to the publication, such a triangle will have a positive influence on the political situation in Asia in the long term.

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