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The stated intention of the U.S. to work with Moscow toward a “unified Syria” does not contradict the Russian idea of creating de-escalation zones on the ground
Moscow should work with US
Ratchet down military tensions to avoid a conflict neither side wants nor can afford
Qatar Crisis is 'the First Real Failure' of US Policy in Middle East
America’s highly-charged political atmosphere crippling Russian-US ties — ambassador
Russia-US relations have become 'extremely paranoid', says CEO of Russia's largest bank
Mutual Assured Deterrence
2016 – A Victory of Conservative Realism
New Ideologica Struggle?
Missile defense cooperation between Moscow and Washington is highly unlikely at the current state of bilateral relations
Rosatom Expects to Sign Deal With India on Construction of 3rd Stage of NPP Soon
Lukoil to consider spinning off Europe downstream assets, focus on drilling
No Quick Fix for Russian Economy
Moscow State University launches first-ever branch-out in Europe
Foreign Students May Face Compulsory Russian Language Tests
Russia's Ex-Spy Chief Shares Opinions Of His American Counterparts
Commemorating WWII Feats Important Amid Attempts to Rewrite History
Russia-China literary exchanges help with mutual understanding
Russian Foreign Policy Finding New Bearings
Russia-China Business Forum Expects 150,000 Chinese Companies to Work
Russia-ASEAN summit will confirm importance of Russia’s role in Asia Pacific
Abe Goes to Russia for Access to Energy Sources Despite Obama's Request
Globalization and the Quest for a ‘Smart’ Foreign Policy
Russia does not let its friends down
Foreign Ministry says Russia open to discussion on strategic issues with US
Russian leadership is taking a “wait and see” approach
I Don't Believe that We Are Having Another Cold War
The EU Global Strategy's Security Dimension
Chinese capital Syria will have no chance to rebuild
EU’s Ability to Adopt a Comprehensive Strategy on Russia is Key to Its Influence on US-Russia Relations
'Identity Crisis': New Balance of Power Emerges in Middle East
The Mood of Uncertainty in Munich
Ukraine could be Trump’s trump card
A look at international relations from a Russian viewpoint
Russia, Sri Lanka Aim to Strengthen Military Cooperation
The Risks of Reducing Cooperation with India Can be Minimized if Russia Works Towards Improving its Competitiveness
Launch of process of Montenegro accession to NATO regrettable
The Men and Women of Ruins
Azerbaijan is wrecking negotiations
Russia has to find different set of paradigm for its economic sustainability
South Caucasus: History cannot be played backwards
The United Nations’ legitimacy is unique
US-Cuban "Normalization". Should Russia Be Concerned?
Are there any prospects for Moscow-Libya cooperation?
We really need to know the truth, no matter what the truth is
Malaysia and Ukraine
Five Issues at Stake in the Arctic
Comments on the article published by The Washington Post concerning contacts between a member of Donald Trump’s campaign headquarters and the RIAC
How Russia and Europe Can Co-Exist in the Changing Global Configuration
On August 3, Jesper Vahr, Ambassador of Denmark in Israel, and Peter Prehn-Olesen, Counsellor for Political Affairs at Danish Embassy in Moscow, visited Russian International Affairs Council.
On August 2, 2017, RIAC hosted a meeting between Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, and Tadaatsu Mori, Director of Russian Division, Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Russia, "obsessed with its own sovereignty," should cooperate with the US interference investigation, says Andrey Kortunov, of the Russian International Affairs Council.
On July 18, 2017, the Russian International Affairs Council held an “urban breakfast” titled “Is there a future for Russia-US relations?” at the Dostoyevsky library. On this occasion, the lecture was…
There are always opportunities for positive turnarounds, the Russian diplomat states.
RIAC and CSR Report
On May 8, RIAC Director General Andrey Kortunov gave a lecture "Next Political Cycle in Russia: Problems of Socioeconomic Transformation and Their Influence on Foreign Policy" at Stockholm…
The lecture was devoted to current Russia's foreign policy issues, including bilateral relations with the U.S. and China, Syrian and Ukrainian crises.
Andrey Kortunov gave a traditional annual lecture at MIT Center for International Studies in Cambridge
Российский совет по международным делам - РСМД