THE SINO-RUSSIAN GEOPOLITICS IN EURASIA AND CHINA-USA DISPUTES: ASIA-PACIFIC-GREATER EURASIA VS INDO-PACIFIC

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https://doi.org/10.22456/2238-6912.117778

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China, Russia, United States

Abstract

This article aims to analyze the main elements and processes underway in Eurasia, involving three essential actors: the United States, Russia, and China. At first, it is emphasized the importance of Eurasia as a space that has historically influenced the hegemonic disputes between Great Powers. Then, Eurasia is analyzed as a space for development cooperation, presenting the intersections of the Chinese BRI and the Russian EAEU. Last, the US approach to China is addressed, specifically the Indo-Pacific strategy. We conclude that despite the intense pressure to contain the rise of China and Russia in Eurasia, rivaling both powers is not feasible. In the current path, it will boost the cooperation between two giants, China and Russia.

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Lucas Gualberto do Nascimento, São Paulo State University (Unesp) Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)

Master's Degree in Social Sciences - International Relations and Development, São Paulo State University (Unesp). Member of the BRICS Research Group (Unesp) and the Geopolitics, Regional Integration, and World System Research Group (GIS-UFRJ).

Marcos Cordeiro Pires, São Paulo State University (Unesp)

Professor of São Paulo State University (Unesp), in the Social Sciences Postgraduate Programme (PPGCS), and the San Tiago Dantas Postgraduate Programme in International Relations (Unesp-Unicamp-PUCSP). Ph.D. in Economic History, University of São Paulo (USP). Coordinator of the BRICS Research Group (Unesp).

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2021-12-08

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Gualberto do Nascimento, L., & Cordeiro Pires, M. (2021). THE SINO-RUSSIAN GEOPOLITICS IN EURASIA AND CHINA-USA DISPUTES: ASIA-PACIFIC-GREATER EURASIA VS INDO-PACIFIC. AUSTRAL: Brazilian Journal of Strategy &Amp; International Relations, 10(20). https://doi.org/10.22456/2238-6912.117778

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