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On June 14–15, 2018, Beijing hosted a regular 7th World Peace Forum, one of the most representative and authoritative events on the international security issues and strategic stability in the Asia-Pacific region. The Forum is traditionally organized by Tsinghua University and Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs (CPIFA).

On June 14–15, 2018, Beijing hosted a regular 7th World Peace Forum, one of the most representative and authoritative events on the international security issues and strategic stability in the Asia-Pacific region. The Forum is traditionally organized by Tsinghua University and Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs (CPIFA).

The main theme of the Forum this year is “Constructing a Security Community: Equality, Equity and Justice”. Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) has been taking part in the event since 2012, the year the Forum was launched.

The speakers of the Forum included: Sergey Karaganov, RIAC Member, Dean of the Department of World Economics and World Politics, Higher School of Economics; Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General; Sergey Luzyanin, RIAC Member, Director of the Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Fedor Lukyanov, RIAC Member, Editor-in-Chief of “Russia in Global Affairs” Journal.

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