Publishing Projects

This project is intended to improve the assessment and forecasting of security threats to Russia’s critical communications facilities and infrastructure.
The project aims at developing proposals that could help Russia and France in formulating a new agenda for their bilateral relations.
The aim of the Project is to analyze the bilateral relations between Russia and Georgia at the present stage, i.e. studying the dynamics of political dialogue and economic cooperation between the two countries.
Analysis of the key challenges, threats and opportunities for Russia and China on the global, regional and bilateral levels. Search for optimal ways to fulfil mutual interests jointly with Chinese experts.
The project focuses on reviewing the current agenda of Russia-Italy relations in both political and economic spheres as well as on providing recommendations for promoting cooperation in science, education and culture and reinforcing the dialogue between the civil societies.
The initiative aims at developing concrete proposals for developing Russian-Greek cooperation in the short- and medium-term perspectives.
This project envisages the integrated analysis of Russian-Indian bilateral relations; the development of advice for their medium-term development; the engagement of government bodies, businesses and civil society within the two countries in advancing bilateral relations; accessing untapped potential in the advancement of bilateral relations.
The project covers a review of Russian-Korean relations, highlighting controversial issues and development of a new agenda within a broad range of bilateral cooperation areas, including security on the Korean Peninsula.
The project is intended for the development and exploration of new vehicles for the improvement of relations between Russia and Japan, including expert assessment of possible ways to alleviate the territorial dispute and its influence on other areas of relations; openings for the promotion of trade and economic ties; cooperation in the development of…
In 2014 RIAC became the co-founder of the Valdai International Discussion Club. As part of the preparations for the Club’s annual meeting and its ongoing discussions the Council conducts its own research into issues concerning the creation of a world order and the role of Russia in this process.
The project aims to provide a systemic review of Russian foreign policy resources in Central and Eastern Europe, including the development of a strategic position, methods and instruments for use in attaining Russia’s long-term and medium-term goals in the region.
The project aims to expand the positive relations between Russia and the Euro-Atlantic community, defuse existing tensions and identify new areas of cooperation that meet the interests of all participating states.
 
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