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24.12.2023 Boris Kushhov

On December 1, 2023, Dubai hosted the World Climate Summit, which was attended by more than two thousand high-ranking representatives of business, science, and, of course, countries from all the continents of the globe. The following climate and environmental issues were proposed for the summit: transition to carbon neutrality in all sectors of industry and agriculture, accelerating the creation of zero-pollution transport systems, climate financing, transition to clean (green) energy…

11.10.2023 Viktor Mikhin

Due to the obstruction by Western countries, the world leaders’ meeting on climate transition and other sustainable development goals (SDGs) at the UN General Assembly ended disappointingly. This adds another set of obstacles to be faced by the UN Conference of the Parties (COP28) to be held in the Dubai emirate in November. As it is known, the SDGs include combating climate change, eradicating hunger and fighting extreme poverty around the world. Almost everyone at the UNGA meeting, firstly the BRICS…

21.09.2023 Vladimir Terehov

As the New Eastern Outlook has frequently stated, the communication among the top players in the current stage of the Big World Game is extremely vital, indicating that the game process is ongoing. Regardless of the issues that arise, the participants continue to honor the current agreements and refuse to overturn the table with a “continue the policy by other means” clause. One may assess the current relationships between the main players and the prospects for the future based…

06.07.2023 Konstantin Asmolov

As previously noted, the outrage over Japan’s discharging of over 1 million tons of radioactive wastewater from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the Pacific Ocean (“discharge” for short) continues to persist. For instance, thousands of Koreans rallied in downtown Seoul on May 20, 2023, to protest the discharge. The leader of the main liberal opposition party in Korea, Lee Jae-myung, told the protesters that the national government should not support Japan’s decision to dispose…

22.03.2023 Vladimir Danilov
Супертанкеры США

The US aims to ship oil to the EU by massive tankers as a result of Washington’s sanctions campaign against Russia and the requirement it placed upon Europe to purchase a sizeable amount of American oil as a result. Specifically, these tankers include the 320,000-ton Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC) and the 200,000-ton Suezmax vessel…

13.05.2021 Vladimir Terehov

The hopes of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party of Japan for a successful exit from a period of internal political turbulence, into which the country began to sink since the spring of last year, are not happening. Recall that on September 16, 2020, the Japanese Parliament approved Yoshihide Suga as Prime Minister, replacing Shinzo Abe. He resigned...