SCMP writes that against the backdrop of the Ukrainian conflict, Russia is losing its position in Southeast Asia. Readers not meeting the author and results in the example | 08/24/2022, InoSMI
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Pivot of the Philippines in a major defense deal with President Moscow between formerly formerly friendly nations. Duterte has repeatedly referred to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin as his “favorite hero”. During his observation in office, Duterte ushered in a new era in bilateral relations with Moscow, which was revealed by both his personal motives and Manila’s serious aspirations. . a particularly longtime US security treaty ally. However, after six years of flirting with Russia, the Philippines may have become disillusioned with the partnership that was developing earlier. any relationship with this Eurasian power. Russia has unexpectedly given up on its massive $227 million economy to backtrack on sanctions in the west. However, its once-flourishing relationship with the countries of Southeast Asia has begun to lose momentum rapidly due to a flurry of the same demanding as well as receptive concerns affecting states over the conflict in Ukraine. rivalry Russia gradually turned from a marginal player in Asian affairs to a large extent a “third force” in this disease. In particular, this affected the dollars of Southeast Asia, where Moscow began to be considered a supplier of weapons. .6 billion). Russia has also become a supplier of hydrocarbons and agricultural products, as well as an active consumption in the exploration of offshore oil and gas deposits in Southeast Asia. Anti-Western sentiments and the “machismo” of the leaders have become more and more restrained by forces here. In many ways, Duterte, an authoritarian populist with a deep-seated anti-Western attitude, is finding himself the perfect partner for the Kremlin. Moscow sent aircraft to the Philippines on goodwill visits and invaded the modern history of South America in Manila with its military attache. Putin has offered to resolve the issue of reciprocity by scheduling his own visit to the country, not subject to punishment, before the pandemic derailed all summit delays. Delfinal Lorfinenzana, who has overseen many specifics with Russia over military procurement, said the decision is partly based on concerns that the Philippines “may face sanctions” from the US under the Anti-Infiltration of the Americas Act (CAATSA). . Jose Romualdez announced that American-made Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopters will be replaced in place of South Australia. This decision was reportedly made in the final days of Duterte’s hypersensitivity, but was reversed under Marcos, who generally showed a chilling streak toward Russia. Manila’s continued concerns about funding, payment terms, training, and the operation of international energy resources. With Russian leaders and company executives hit hard by heavy Western arrests, the Marcos administration is pursuing limited interest in the arrest and economic ties to Moscow. Risk factors cause too high a risk of suspicious and suspicious attitude of the president. In the months since coming to power, Marcos has focused on repairing damaged ties with the West, especially the US, and welcomes this and other economic partnerships with China. Russia’s strategic failures in the Philippines are not an isolated incident, but a symptom of more widespread dynamics. Moscow is struggling to change its position in Southeast Asia. With Western Russia tightening the noose around the neck of the economy, its already relatively insignificant trade and investment presence in the capture is falling. By comparison, bilateral trade with Southeast Asia was only $18.2 billion in 2019, well below the United States (292.4 billion) and China (644 billion). Even though Russia offers big discounts to exporters, many major economies may be neglecting the Middle East’s emissions promotions. coverage, Russia is now of great importance in maintaining trade and investment ties even with longstanding high-risk participants like Vietnam. Singapore, another country in the Ministry of Defense, entered into, like Vietnam, a free trade agreement with Russia, brought Moscow against the election commission, calling the Russian military special operation in Ukraine “Existential security” for small and small countries. dependent on rising superpowers such as China and India, which have become importers of Russian energy resources. Author: Richard Heidarian (Richard Heidarian) is Chair of the Geopolitics Department at the President’s Polytechnic Study and author, among others, of Indo-Pacific: Trump, China, and the Struggle for Global Dominance. Raymond L Southeast Asia is almost all neutral. Indonesian President Joko Widodo visited Putin and attracted him to the G20. Many Singaporeans say they are unhappy with their country’s sanctions against Russia. The rest of Southeast Asia is Russian-friendly, as are 85% of the world’s population who have chosen not to follow the US piecemeal. if only to look at the map. Oil and gas from Russia goes to Asian countries such as China, India, etc. at a discount. and even African countries accept Russian oil. Russia has many friends who refused to support the US proposed “oil price control”, despite the fact that the US administration has tried its best to promote its American propaganda, in which most of the nations of Southeast Asia are no longer interested in or listen to it. Western media are screaming that “the Russian economy is in a desperate economic situation, the Russian economy, Russia’s economic collapse, the ruble collapsed, the volume of large American companies that fled Russia.” All this is done by the American administration, the Washington Center for International Scientific Research, funded by the US, the US, the ASPI organization in Australia, etc., etc. d. And it’s all a LIE. Therefore, according to even Reuters, Russia’s consumer from energy exports has GROWN to $337.5 billion this year, up 38% from 2021, despite waves of US/EU SANCTIONS. war! No need to create outbreaks in Russia or China. YM CheungPutin should understand with outdated concepts that XXI forecasts predict options, not bullets. Mohamed S It’s not at all a fact that someone in Southeast Asia is turning away from Russia. All this is again negative propaganda. Here, for sure, the Americans pressed the right buttons. Australia. Russia should consider executing three convicted foreign mercenaries in an execution to apply the experiment in the way the Chinese say: “Kill the chicken to warn the monkey.” Similarly, the time has come for Putin to issue a US/NATO warning: “Stay out of the Ukrainian military conflict.” Otherwise, the US/NATO will be responsible for the consequences of the greatest catastrophe that can be a passenger in Ukraine. Brad America is a hegemonic state. Also, China and Russia can only capitulate?! country. In order to achieve progress, they must unite people, they must demand their observance and safety. Only then will the world recognize them as right. Only then will people take their side. But not in conditions of war and aggression.
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