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On October 12–13, 2012, the Second Asia-Pacific Forum was held in Moscow, organized by the RIAC and Russian APEC Study Center in partnership with the International Affairs magazine. Representatives from government authorities, expert and business communities of Russia, the United States, China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and the Philippines attended the event. This report presents the key conclusions and proposals advanced by forum participants for public debate.

The Outcomes of the Second Asia-Pacific Forum

On October 12–13, 2012, the Second Asia-Pacific Forum was held in Moscow, organized by the Russian International Affairs Council and Russian APEC Study Center in partnership with the International Affairs magazine.

Representatives from government authorities, expert and business communities of Russia, the United States, China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and the Philippines attended the event. The forum was held in the format of plenary sessions and a series of panel discussions dealing with specific areas of Russia’s cooperation with Asia-Pacifi c countries ranging from nuclear power to cooperation in information technologies.

This report presents the key conclusions and proposals advanced by forum participants for public debate.

Authors:
V.V. Sumsky (Lead Author), Dr. of History; E.A. Kanaev, Dr. of History; E.V. Koldunova, Ph.D. in Political Science; M.S. Zavadsky, Ph.D. in Political Science; E.S. Zinovyeva, Ph.D. in Political Science; V.A. Iontsev, Dr. of Economics; A.A. Kireeva; V.L. Likhachev, Ph.D. in Technology; S.A. Lukonin, Ph.D. in Economics; G.V. Menzhulin, Dr. of Technology; A.V. Novikov; Yu.A. Prokhorova; S.V. Sevastyanov, Dr. of Political Science; N.V. Stapran, Ph.D. in History.

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