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On May 4-6, Beijing hosts international conference "Humanities and Social Sciences: Mission and Coooperation in Context of Globalization" organized under the auspices of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). 

The conference was timed to coincide with CASS 40th anniversary and unites leading social studies experts from China, Republic of Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, Australia, India, Laos as well as African and European countries.

Russia is represented by RIAC Director General Andrey Kortunov and Sergey Luzyanin, RIAC member, Director of RAS Institute for Far Eastern Studies.

On May 4-6, Beijing hosts international conference "Humanities and Social Sciences: Mission and Coooperation in Context of Globalization" organized under the auspices of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). 

The conference was timed to coincide with CASS 40th anniversary and unites leading social studies experts from China, Republic of Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, Australia, India, Laos as well as African and European countries.

Russia is represented by RIAC Director General Andrey Kortunov and Sergey Luzyanin, RIAC member, Director of RAS Institute for Far Eastern Studies.

RIAC and CASS are institutional partners. In June, 2016, during President Putin's official visit to China the parties signed Memorandum on Cooperation in presence of both heads of state.

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