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It is obvious, therefore, that the internal power relations between the states of the Eurasian Continent will determine to a very great extent the course of our policies.
Trade among all the major sub-regions of the Eurasian continent has more than doubled since 1995.
This year the summit took place on the Eurasian continent for the first time.
But the rapid development of rail links across the Eurasian continent fits closely with the landward component known as the Silk Road Economic Belt.
In September 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping chose Kazakhstan's sparkling, modern new capital, Astana, to announce what has since become a cornerstone of his new, assertive foreign policy, a Silk Road Economic Belt that would revive ancient trading routes to bring new prosperity to a long-neglected but strategically important region at the heart of the Eurasian continent.
Although China and the UK are located at opposite ends of the Eurasian continent, we have a long shared deep mutual affection," he said.
TAPI is designed to make a significant contribution to the sustainable socio-economic development of Asian countries and in general, allow to strengthen the global energy security by becoming a genuine bridge of peace, friendship and long-term cooperation in the Eurasian continent," said the message earlier released by Turkmen government.
Kyrgyzstan is joining the Eurasian Economic Union and it has direct interests in promoting peace and preventing the escalation of tension in the Eurasian continent," said the message.
Known as 'the last hunting tribe' in China, the Ewenki people live in one of the most isolated parts of the Eurasian continent, the Hulunbuir region of north-eastern Inner Mongolia.
This suggests that Rugosodon and its closely related multituberculates had a broad paleogreographic distribution and dispersals back-and-forth across the entire Eurasian continent.
But for Professor James Millward, it's something grander and more important: the sum total of the cultural, diplomatic and commercial interactions across the Eurasian continent.
However, on the other hand, so long as Russia does not intend to establish some form of hegemony over states on its periphery, it is also the most effective guarantor of peace on the Eurasian continent.
This book is not about China's rise, but its preeminent position on a Eurasian continent quickly becoming a powerful political-economic entity.
Situated in the hinterland of Eurasian continent, Xinjiang borders eight countries, which are Russia, Kazakhstan, Kirghiziastan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, Mongolia, India and Afghanistan.