The global economy is disintegrating into two separate projects: the West and the East. Financial globalization (the Western project) requires a uniform standard for decision-making, whereas industrial globalization (the Eastern project) requires the joining together of diverse interests on the basis of agreements.
A special issue of the Asia-Pacific News has been published in the framework of the Russian Business Week held by RSPP (Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs) on 5-9 February 2018 Theme: International Economic Cooperation in New Realities
More and more, Russia and China are declaring joint interests in politics, the economy, technological development... Is the relationship more of a partnership or a competition? Why is it so hard for us to negotiate with the Chinese? To find the answers to these questions, we talked to Dr Sergey Luzyanin, Professor, Director of the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and author of the book Russia and China: Creating a New World.