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East View Press publishes a wide range of material with a simple goal in mind: to provide content that covers the world, bringing forth unique social, political, military and cultural perspectives.

East View Press

East View Press is the journal and book publishing division of East View Information Services and its related company, East View Geospatial. Currently, East View Press is the publisher of seven periodicals geared toward serving researchers and others interested in major international and public policy questions, especially as they relate to the geographic areas of the former Soviet Union and China.

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China Goes All Out to Contain Novel Coronavirus Amid Travel Rush

Xinhua News Agency

China is going all out to fight against the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

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The Role and Place of Russia in Today's World

Yu. Gaidunko, S. Makarova

Military Thought, Volume 28, Issue 2

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Can North Korea’s Nuclear Missile Crisis Be Resolved?

G. Ivashentsov

Vol. 65, No. 6

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Through Connective Power, 'Xiplomacy' Enhances International Solidarity

Chinese initiatives are counteracting trends of protectionism and isolation

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Nobody Wants War

Pavel Felgengauer

In response to Iran’s “retaliatory strike,” the US president chose to limit himself to announcing new, tougher sanctions.

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Northern Ireland After Brexit: Deliberations and Forecasts

Nina Michchenko

Russian envoy to the UK explains the troublesome status of Northern Ireland in a post-Brexit EU

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A New International Order: What About the Existing One?

Vladimir Baranovsky

A prominent Russian historian questions the idea that the existing world order is collapsing

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State of the Transition Address: Constitutional Reform Will Result in Controlled Political Destabilization

Ivan Rodin

Putin unveils Constitutional reform in his 16th Message to the Federal Assembly

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China, the United States, and Russia on the Way to Reworking the World Order

Andrei Davydov

China, the United States, Russia, “Big Three,” world order, reworking, conflict paradigm, rivalry management

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China and Problems of Reaching a Peace Settlement in Afghanistan

Nataliya Zamarayeva

This article analyzes China's position on reaching a settlement in Afghanistan.

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The Hybrid Nature of Future Wars and Armed Conflicts

A. V. Brychkov, V.L. Dorokhov, G.A. Nikonorov

Armed conflict in the foreseeable future will look very different from conventional warfare

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Soviet Life as a Subject of Historical Reconstruction

Elena Zubkova

Social Sciences, Vol. 50, No. 4

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Russia in the Middle East and the Palestinian Problem

Boris Dolgov

Russia has a crucial role to play in resolving this long-standing conflict in the heart of the Middle East.

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