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What should we expect of "Globalization 2.0"

On the occasion of the opening of the Meeting Russia Reunion, Andrey Kortunov, Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council and one of the main speakers of the Reunion, wrote an exclusive material for our participants.Dr. Andrey Kortunov is an author of over 120 publications dedicated to the analysis of Soviet/Russian-American relations, global security, and the foreign and domestic policy of the USSR and Russia. His academic focus includes international relations, the foreign and...

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Опубликовано:
04.08.2021 12:39:20

SPUTNIK V: Dr Dmitry Kulish answers 7 most-asked questions

Dr. Dmitry Kulish is a molecular pharmacologist by education and an expert in modern pharmaceutical industry by experience. Dr. Kulish earned his PhD in biochemistry from the Moscow Institute of Molecular Genetics, then continued his postdoctoral research at Harvard Medical School and obtained his MBA degree from the Wharton School of Business. Dmitry served in top executive positions at R-Pharm, Nanolek, Bioprocess/Pharmapark, Fresenius Kabi, as well as numerous biotech start-ups. Dr. Kulish personally...

Russia Meeting
Опубликовано:
14.05.2021 23:19:10

Legitimate soft power or malign influence?

... anti-Russian card to consolidate their power (Sergunin & Karabeshkin 2015: 349). Thus, the soft power strategy had to change. Today Russia’s soft power strategy is more people-oriented and stretches further than the post-Soviet space. Within this strategy public diplomacy plays a huge role meaning any government-sponsored effort to communicate directly with foreign publics to promote a government’s strategic objectives – or said in another way: a governments effort to influence foreign public opinion ...

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Опубликовано:
28.03.2021 19:42:50

A new generation brings hope to Western-Russian relations

Old enemy-pictures still wander the surface of our relations. But young people from Western countries no longer see Russia as the greatest threat to the West and young Russians do not consider NATO as the main threat to their generation. It might be time to renew and deepen relations.By Natalia Burlinova, PICREADI's presidentOriginal publication on picreadi.comOn November 9, the first-ever NATO Youth Summit brought together hundreds of young leaders from NATO Allied and partner countries, including...

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Опубликовано:
20.03.2021 18:19:12

The important thing is not to stop questioning

Ulrike Reisner, self-employed political analyst, lecturer & journalist, based in Vienna, Austria on Meeting Russia 2019.Under the given political circumstances it takes a good deal of courage and idealism to carry out a programme like “Meeting Russia”, bringing together young (prospective) leaders with institutions and stakeholders of Russian foreign policy.Photo from the Meeting Russia project. Visit to the Eurasian Economic Commission, Moscow. Photo: Elena Tenyukova. It takes a good deal of courage...

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Опубликовано:
18.04.2019 15:58:34

EAEU cultural integration: Astana's perspective

The future development agenda of the EAEU was discussed on August 23, 2017 at the Russian Center of Science and Culture in Astana. The Center for Eurasian Studies (CES) with the support of the Rossotrudnichestvo representative office in the Republic of Kazakhstan held a scientific and practical round table on the theme: "The future of the EAEU: the perspective of Kazakhstan and Russian experts".Ekaterina Malinina, head of the Russian Center of Science and Culture in Astana, addressed the...

Кофнер Юрий
Опубликовано:
30.08.2017 10:05:18

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    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
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