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On July 3–5 European University Institute in Florence is hosting an international conference Beyond Borders and States: The New Actors of the Globalized Middle East under the auspices of Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and Middle East Directions Program.

International experts from the countries of the Middle East, Europe, and Eastern Asia, as well as representatives of a number of international organizations are taking part in the event. Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General is representing Russia at the event.


On July 3–5 European University Institute in Florence is hosting an international conferenceBeyond Borders and States: The New Actors of the Globalized Middle East” under the auspices of Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and Middle East Directions Program.

The conference is dedicated to the social roots of radicalization and violence; the new forms of governance from above and from below that emerged after the Arab Spring; opportunities for local social and economical infrastructure preservation and development in the areas of armed conflict; the conventional and unconventional diplomatic processes and initiatives, the role played by non-state actors, the faith-based diplomacy, the interplay between different levels and actors of mediation, etc.

International experts from the countries of the Middle East, Europe, and Eastern Asia, as well as representatives of a number of international organizations are taking part in the event. Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General is representing Russia at the event.

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