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Bobo LO

Associate Research Fellow at Russia/NIS Center


Research areas:

  • Russian and Chinese foreign policy

 

Bobo LO is an Independent analyst and Associate Research Fellow at Russia/NIS Center

He was previously director of the Russia and China programme, Centre for European Reform; Head of the Russia and Eurasia programme, Chatham House; Deputy Head of Mission at the Australian Embassy in Moscow. He has a MA from Oxford and a PhD from Melbourne University.

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16/03/2016
By: Bobo LO

The discussion about the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) opposes two narratives. The first considers they play an increasing role in the international relations as the West is loosing power; the other sees the BRICS as a charade. But the key role played by the...

01/01/2014
By: Bobo LO

The Asia-Pacific region has assumed primary importance as a center of global politics and economic dynamism. For Moscow, this development highlights a world in which many long-standing assumptions about international politics are being overturned. It speaks of “global power … shifting to the...

15/02/2010
By: Bobo LO

Over the past decade, there has been much talk about a new world order, in which American "unipolarity" would be superseded by more equal arrangements between the great powers. One such idea is a return to the Russia-China-US triangle. In truth, however, the time for such geopolitical schemes...

01/02/2010
By: Bobo LO

Over the past decade, there has been much talk about a new world order, in which American "unipolarity" would be superseded by more equal arrangements between the great powers. One such idea is a return to the Russia-China-US triangle.

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