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On November 19, 2020, a regular online international expert dialog on Russia-NATO relations took place, bringing together experts, former diplomats and military, public leaders from Russia, the USA, and European NATO member-states.

The organizers of the dialog on the Russian side included RAS Institute for the U.S. and Canadian Studies and RAS Institute of Europe.

On November 19, 2020, a regular online international expert dialog on Russia-NATO relations took place, bringing together experts, former diplomats and military, public leaders from Russia, the USA, and European NATO member-states.

The organizers of the dialog on the Russian side included RAS Institute for the U.S. and Canadian Studies and RAS Institute of Europe.

The meeting focused on the reconciliation of practical recommendations of the participants in the dialog on reducing conflict risks between Russia and the Alliance. The discussion was moderated by Sergey Rogov, Academic Director of RAS Institute for the U.S. and Canadian Studies (ISKRAN), RIAC Member, and Alexei Gromyko, Director of RAS Institute of Europe, RIAC Member.

The event was attended by Vladimir Baranovsky, RIAC Member, Director of RAS Center for Situational Analysis and Member of the IMEMO Board; Evgeny Buzhinsky, RIAC Vice-President, Chairman of PIR Center; Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, and a large group of RIAC experts.

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