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On December 13-15 European University Institute in Florence under the auspices of Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, with the support of Academy of Global Governance and Torino World Affairs Institute at the University of Torino held an international training session for the representatives of analytical centers, experts, and journalists «The Resilience of Russia’s Global Outreach: Challenges and Opportunities».

On December 13-15 European University Institute in Florence under the auspices of Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, with the support of Academy of Global Governance and Torino World Affairs Institute at the University of Torino held an international training session for the representatives of analytical centers, experts, and journalists «The Resilience of Russia’s Global Outreach: Challenges and Opportunities».

Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, and Aleksander Gabuev, RIAC expert, senior fellow and the chair of the Russia in the Asia-Pacific Program at the Carnegie Moscow Center, gave lectures for the participants of the training session.

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