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On March 12–13, 2018 the British Royal Institute of International Affairs — Chatham House — is holding an international conference «Security and Defense 2018 — New Realities, New Rules».

Leading experts on foreign affairs from the UK and other countries, officers from MFA and other British ministries, representatives of foreign embassies and international organizations, journalists, and NGO leaders took part in the event.

On March 12–13, 2018 the British Royal Institute of International Affairs — Chatham House — is holding an international conference «Security and Defense 2018 — New Realities, New Rules».

Leading experts on foreign affairs from the UK and other countries, officers from MFA and other British ministries, representatives of foreign embassies and international organizations, journalists, and NGO leaders took part in the event.

The discussions focused on: recent changes in international security at the global and regional levels, the changing nature of international conflicts, the new approaches of the great powers to international alliances, changes in the strategy and tactics of international interventions, the dynamics of world nuclear balance, new technologies and arms race, and other.

In the context of the harsh crisis in Russian-British relations and in view of the forthcoming presidential elections in Russia, considerable attention was given to the foreign policy priorities of the new Russian political cycle, possible directions for the evolution of the Russian foreign policy and military-technical strategy, and the prospects for relations between Russia and the West.

Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, made a speech at the conference.

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