Influencing the Pan- Eurasian security

By Selim Ibraimi -Center for Security Studies and Development-Macedonia (CSSD)

 In geopolitical cycles since the break-up former USSR, most of the ex- republics and found themselves in a bad regional situation, not part of the Russia and not really part of any other group associated with Russo-American rivalry over Eurasian pan- security sphere of energy interests. But today the core issue in the relation between US and Russia is that there on the region of Eurasia both US and Russia think that can project a power on global and regional energy resources. In this direction in regard to the US policy for installing a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe, there are some problems with Russia to or not allows the US to build missile defenses systems. This case and current tension also suggests that there are proven facts about Russian policy regarding Europe, Iran, Syria and regional security (Stephen, 2010).

In depth, Kremlin knows that the US missile defense system is not for protection from Iran and other hostility nations but the installation of the system is direct threat for the Russian security in Europe. The new US administration stated that is has reversed for now all the plans to build a system in Poland. With this idea still we don’t know if new US policy has helped Kremlin become a less antagonistic or it is has given Russia a chance to maneuver diplomatically in the future gas intervention in Europe and elsewhere.

Moreover in the coming decade, the US, EU and the others regional factors as China, Iran, and Turkey will continue to work on geopolitics of separations of Eurasia. The new era of trends in current relations between the US and Russia and between the EU and Russia has not led to a new Cold War, but we may not exclude that in the coming decade or years ahead. But all organizations have rice the voice against Russia’s domestic and foreign policy, including here sources as an energy power and so- called “Near Abroad Policy” (Ivan & Andrei, 2009).