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The aggravation of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has a pernicious effect on international stability
Looking out Five Years: What Should Washington and Its European Allies Expect From Moscow?
Here's a Breakdown of Russia's Foreign Policy Goals
The stated intention of the U.S. to work with Moscow toward a “unified Syria” does not contradict the Russian idea of creating de-escalation zones on the ground
Ratchet down military tensions to avoid a conflict neither side wants nor can afford
Globalization and the Quest for a ‘Smart’ Foreign Policy
Moscow should work with US
Mutual Assured Deterrence
2016 – A Victory of Conservative Realism
New Ideologica Struggle?
Missile defense cooperation between Moscow and Washington is highly unlikely at the current state of bilateral relations
Rosatom Expects to Sign Deal With India on Construction of 3rd Stage of NPP Soon
Lukoil to consider spinning off Europe downstream assets, focus on drilling
No Quick Fix for Russian Economy
Moscow State University launches first-ever branch-out in Europe
Foreign Students May Face Compulsory Russian Language Tests
Russia's Ex-Spy Chief Shares Opinions Of His American Counterparts
Commemorating WWII Feats Important Amid Attempts to Rewrite History
Russia-China literary exchanges help with mutual understanding
Russian Foreign Policy Finding New Bearings
Russia-China Business Forum Expects 150,000 Chinese Companies to Work
Russia-ASEAN summit will confirm importance of Russia’s role in Asia Pacific
Abe Goes to Russia for Access to Energy Sources Despite Obama's Request
Qatar Crisis is 'the First Real Failure' of US Policy in Middle East
Russian leadership is taking a “wait and see” approach
I Don't Believe that We Are Having Another Cold War
The EU Global Strategy's Security Dimension
Chinese capital Syria will have no chance to rebuild
EU’s Ability to Adopt a Comprehensive Strategy on Russia is Key to Its Influence on US-Russia Relations
'Identity Crisis': New Balance of Power Emerges in Middle East
The Mood of Uncertainty in Munich
Ukraine could be Trump’s trump card
A look at international relations from a Russian viewpoint
Russia, Sri Lanka Aim to Strengthen Military Cooperation
The Risks of Reducing Cooperation with India Can be Minimized if Russia Works Towards Improving its Competitiveness
Launch of process of Montenegro accession to NATO regrettable
The Men and Women of Ruins
Azerbaijan is wrecking negotiations
Russia has to find different set of paradigm for its economic sustainability
South Caucasus: History cannot be played backwards
The United Nations’ legitimacy is unique
US-Cuban "Normalization". Should Russia Be Concerned?
Are there any prospects for Moscow-Libya cooperation?
We really need to know the truth, no matter what the truth is
Malaysia and Ukraine
Five Issues at Stake in the Arctic
RIAC Report #31 / 2017
RIAC and CSR Report
The ELN-RIAC Special Report
Report No. 24/2016
RIAC and Valdai Club Working Paper
Working Paper #XVIII / 2014
How likely is the escalation of US sanctions?
Valdai Discussion Club Report
Russia should be ready for long and meticulous work in upholding its interests in international agencies and institutions.
Sanctions leave Russia the only alternative — to accept the US as a strategic and key challenge to its security
The biggest threat today is an uncontrolled and rapid arms race that matches or outpaces the political rhetoric
OSCE member countries — the most powerful military nations — are hard put to keep the growing terrorist pressure in check. Why is that happening?
Against the European background, Russian identity today looks completely stable
The chemical incident in Idlib brought to nothing all the last months' efforts, aimed to normalize the situation in Syria
The world will become increasingly interconnected, not only in terms of trade, economics, and information, but also in terms of threats. That would force Russia to solve its dilemmas in close…
The Baltic Scenarios
Russia in this new strategy is an opponent to the European Union on a number of fundamental issues
The tragedy for Russia and the collective West is that they continue to fight the wars of the past against one another, while underestimating the ideological strength of radical Islam
It is necessary to realize who makes decisions and how
A review of the report "Relations with Russia: Searching for a Way out of the Political Deadlock"
Russia in Eurasia: SWOT Analysis
Syria and especially Ukraine appear to be inflection points in the trajectory of Russian foreign policy
Experts at the GLOBSEC 2015 conference are concerned that the crumbling architecture of Euro-Atlantic security post-Ukraine is pushing nuclear conflict to the fore
An open letter from Ivan Timofeev to his American counterpart Robert E. Berls Jr.
Shuttle diplomacy exercised by European leaders gives us a phantom of a chance that we must not overlook
Without values and ideological guidelines, any pragmatic activity carried out by a country resembles “rats in the garbage”
Applying the “predator-prey” model to the system of international relations
The Link Between the Sochi Olympics and Russian Foreign Policy
The paper was presented at the Conference “The Development of Russian Far East and Search for a New Paradigm for Regional Cooperation in Northeast Asia”
Economic relations should top the relationship's list of priorities
Bratislava Global Security Forum GLOBSEC 2013
In Russia and the United States there is a shift of generations
American media reported that RIAC had attempted to set up a meeting between Trump and Vladimir Putin during the U.S. election campaign.
Comments on the article published by The Washington Post concerning contacts between a member of Donald Trump’s campaign headquarters and the RIAC
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