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Roundtable on Northeast Asian security and cooperation convened

Asia-Pacific Journal of Marine Science&Education convened roundtable on Northeast Asian security and cooperation on May 5. The roundtable brought together scholars from ADM Nevelskoy Maritime State University (MSUN), Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU), Far Eastern branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (FEB RAS) and KMI (Korean Maritime Institute). Participants had many questions to discuss, […]

Vladivostok Seaport Optimistic with Container Turnover in 2022

April 13 2022    After the departure of foreign companies, the number of FESCO ship calls increased PJSC “Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port” (VMTP), part of the FESCO Transportation Group plans to process 757 thousand TEU in 2022, said Mrs. Elena Kazarina, Director of VMTP Commercial Department. According to her, in the I quarter of 2022, […]

Logistics companies have found a way to circumvent EU sanctions

April 12 2022 The situation with the introduction of the fifth package of sanctions by the European Union worried logistics companies involved in import-export operations, but the situation is not too catastrophic, since the share of Russian and Belarusian carriers in the market for transportation from Russia to Europe and back was about 30%. Alexei […]

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ARTICLES IN THE UPCOMING ISSUE 

THE PENINSULA STANDSTILL: WILL THE PANDEMIC OPEN THE DOOR OUT?

Sergei M. Smirnov, PhD

“…When the thesis about the COVID-19 pandemic as some kind of existential threat to humankind became a dogma almost equal to the Tablets of Moses on Mount Sinai, other problems forcefully faded into the background. However, these problems have not gone away, they are completely real, objective and dangerous. In particular, it is the threat of a full-scale armed conflict on the Korean Peninsula with many millions of potential victims…”

INVITATION TO DISCUSSION

Article by Felix A.Shamrai, Director of Arctic Center St.Petersburg State Marine Technical University: The Northern Sea Transit Corridor As the Future of Russia in Global Logistics
How to reduce the cost of container shipping by 25% and compete with the Suez Canal by developing the domestic Arctic routes. https://marinejournal.info/?p=292


UPCOMING EVENTS

Maritime State University is convening international conference: “The Problems of Economics and Security in NEA: History and Future Challenges” on December 22, 2021.

Information letter of the conference.


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