International Multilateralism in a Non-Hegemonic World
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Ph.D. in History, Academic Director of the Russian International Affairs Council, RIAC member
On Russia’s World Order Evolution NarrativesWhat is Multilateralism in European Terms?
Multilateralism, like any other format of diplomatic activity, will always be as effective or ineffective as the players who practice them wantThe Coming Bipolarity and Its Implications: Views from China and Russia
Although the U.S.-China-Russia triangle is still a popular and useful analytical pattern and possible future scenario for relations, it does not resemble that of the Cold WarMultilateralism Needs Reinventing, Not Resurrecting
The only plausible alternative to multilateralism is not a restoration of an old bipolar, unipolar or multipolar order, but a global disorder with no agreed-upon rules, procedures and hierarches of powerModern World Order: Structural Realities and Great Power Rivalries
New Structural Realities: A Global Non-Integrated WorldRe-Sovereignization of the Nation State or Globalization 3.0?
COVID-19 as a Marker of Past and Future Changes in World PoliticsInternational Institutions in Contemporary Global Politics
Lack of democratic legitimacy must be grappled with – not only for the European Union as an elitist project but also for other multilateral organizations that perform regulatory functions