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On June 7, 2017, in Florence (Italy) Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, made a speech at the meeting for representatives of Florence business, universities, and civil society institutions. The meeting was organized by ARTES, a Tuscan association.

Ivan Timofeev made a presentation of the key achievements in forecast work within RIAC’s project «The World in 100 Years». In his speech, he touched upon the problem of values, traditions, and identity, emphasizing them as key factors in the viability of Russia and its partners in Europe. The discussion focused on the the influence of new technologies on the changes in society and relations between the state and citizens.

On June 7, 2017, in Florence (Italy) Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, made a speech at the meeting for representatives of Florence business, universities, and civil society institutions. The meeting was organized by ARTES, a Tuscan association.

Ivan Timofeev made a presentation of the key achievements in forecast work within RIAC’s project «The World in 100 Years». In his speech, he touched upon the problem of values, traditions, and identity, emphasizing them as key factors in the viability of Russia and its partners in Europe. The discussion focused on the the influence of new technologies on the changes in society and relations between the state and citizens.

The book «The World in 100 Years», the introductory article written by Ivan Timofeev, aroused great interest in Italian intellectual circles. The presentation of the book was a remarkable event in the public life of Florence.

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