Global Advanced Research Journal of Social Science (GARJSS)
December 2015 Special Issue Vol. 4(2), pp. 054-067
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Déracinement of Foreign Alliances and Economic Policies Across Eurasia: Differential Association of Nations and its Consequences for Business, International Relations, and Society

David A. Jones

University of Warsaw, Institute of the Americas and Europe, American Studies Center, Niepodleglosci 2202653, Warsaw, Poland


Accepted 07 December, 2015


Déracinement of Foreign Alliances and Economic Policies plus some military alliances across Eurasia is evident recently with the realignment of India and Japan toward Russia economically, and India toward Russia militarily, in turn requiring the realignment of China and Taiwan toward each other and toward the United States, both economically and militarily, quietly and sometimes clandestinely. This poses consequences for the Brasil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS) bloc of nations, three of which are Asian: Chinese imports from Japan, India's security from Pakistan, Eurasian and Trans-Pacific trade patterns. Also, it will require China to hasten its expansion across Pakistan (or Myanmar) in search of a West coast, and China's entry into Central and Eastern Europe for tariff reduction aims. Already, this déracinement has motivated China to improve its relations with some ASEAN nations, resulting in trade creation, investment creation, trade diversion, investment diversion, across Asia and beyond. Some Threats, many Opportunities, seem to be emerging. Foremost amongst them is the lurking question whether China will be a main participant (any participant at all) in the two colossal trade partnerships that are emerging: the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). The best options will be for China and other Asian nations to focus on new technologies and many new industries they will introduce, such as three-dimensional (“3D”) printing, but instead China is bent on creating new investment partnerships, largely in Eurasia, transparently in order to dilute the influence of the Russian Federation and Turkey in former Soviet Union provinces.

Keywords: Déracinement, Asia, Pantomime Empire, Differential Association of Companies, Differential Association of Nations, Encirclement. Ersatz Empire, Eurasia, Opposite borders, Typology of Criminal Nations, Ukraine


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