Slowly but Surely: Russia’s Foreign Policy in Southeast Asia
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One of the most important current questions faced by Russia with regards to Southeast Asia is how Moscow can become involved in relations within the region. Russia could keep its current policy of practical, neutral position, slowly but surely becoming more influential in the Southeast Asia’s landscape due to trade and diplomacy. The best strategy would be to engage in “deep dialogue” with Southeast Asia’s countries. Thus, in turn, would undoubtedly increase Russia’s dynamics of cooperation with multilateral institutions and a broad range of regional countries. Russia’s policy toward Southeast Asia is a project that is closely linked to its internal development and Russia’s position in the world. Moscow needs to build a developed, practical partnership network in the region, more than holding new summits and high-level meetings. Russia needs to enhance its efforts to build a stronger relationship with states as well as organizations across Southeast Asia to be more present and show them the potential mutual benefits coming from collaboration.
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