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Vladimir Nelidov

Lecturer, Department of Asian and African Studies, MGIMO University, Research Fellow, Center for Japanese Studies, RAS Institute of Oriental Studies, RIAC Expert

Kazushige Kobayashi

Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding of the Geneva Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, RIAC Visiting Research Fellow

The working paper presents a detailed discussion of Russia and Japan's approaches to multilateral cooperation in Eurasia, and includes an analysis of the possibility of Japan’s involvement in the Eurasian initiatives. In the conclusion a list of practical proposals to facilitate Russian-Japanese cooperation in Eurasia is presented. The paper is based on the analysis of official plans and documents, speeches and statements of key decisionmakers, as well as publications prepared by prominent intellectual platforms of Russia and Japan.

The working paper presents a detailed discussion of Russia and Japan's approaches to multilateral cooperation in Eurasia, and includes an analysis of the possibility of Japan’s involvement in the Eurasian initiatives. In the conclusion a list of practical proposals to facilitate Russian-Japanese cooperation in Eurasia is presented. The paper is based on the analysis of official plans and documents, speeches and statements of key decisionmakers, as well as publications prepared by prominent intellectual platforms of Russia and Japan.

Russia–Japan Cooperation in Eurasia, 2.8 Mb

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