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On June 13, 2017, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a meeting with a group of the US professors taking part in the MGIMO-based Workshop IFDS World Fuels: Global Trends and Eurasian Perspective. The group included David Campbell, Professor at Grinnell College, Linda Nichols, Professor at the University of Tulsa, Neil DeVotta, Associate Professor at Wake Forest University, Sarah Wagner International Education Administrator at the University of Pittsburg and Yu Feng Lee, Associate Professor at New Mexico State University.

Deputy Director of Programs Timur Makhmutov and Program Assistant Ksenia Kuzmina represented RIAC at the meeting.

On June 13, 2017, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a meeting with a group of the US professors taking part in the MGIMO-based Workshop IFDS World Fuels: Global Trends and Eurasian Perspective. The group included David Campbell, Professor at Grinnell College, Linda Nichols, Professor at the University of Tulsa, Neil DeVotta, Associate Professor at Wake Forest University, Sarah Wagner International Education Administrator at the University of Pittsburg and Yu Feng Lee, Associate Professor at New Mexico State University.

Deputy Director of Programs Timur Makhmutov and Program Assistant Ksenia Kuzmina represented RIAC at the meeting.

RIAC Officers presented the International Cooperation in the Arctic project. Participants of the event discussed Russian policy in the Arctic, opportunities for resource development in the Polar regions and prospects for Russia’s cooperation with Arctic and non-Arctic states. Particular attention was given to environment protection in the Arctic.

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