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On January 21, 2020, in Moscow, Russian International Affairs Council and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace held a seminar on the development of long-term bilateral relations. Discussions focused on three main issues: how the world will change over the next ten years; what the role of Russia and the United States in a changing world is; and what these states are doing to overcome their disagreements.

On January 21, 2020, in Moscow, Russian International Affairs Council and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace held a seminar on the development of long-term bilateral relations. Discussions focused on three main issues: how the world will change over the next ten years; what the role of Russia and the United States in a changing world is; and what these states are doing to overcome their disagreements.

The bilateral workshop was held as part of Track II with the participation of leading experts and former officials of Russia and the USA. Management and staff of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, representatives of foundations and non-governmental organizations working in the area of international relations and security (The Nuclear Threat Initiative; Kissinger Associates, US-Russia Business Council; The Marathon Project; Johns Hopkins-SAIS, Inc.) were among the American participants.

Russian side was represented by: academic institutions (RAS Institute of USA and Canada Studies, RAS IMEMO); universities and research centers (Higher School of Economics National Research University, MGIMO); media (Kommersant Publishing House); non-governmental organizations (Carnegie Moscow Center, PIR Center); Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation, RIAC members. The speakers included Evgeny Gavrilenkov, Professor at the Higher School of Economics, RIAC Member; Dmitry Suslov, Deputy Director of the Faculty of World Economy and World Politics at the Higher School of Economics, RIAC Member; Sergey Rogov, Director of the Institute for the US and Canadian Studies of the Russian Academy of Science (ISKRAN), RAS Full Member, RIAC Member; Dmitry Trenin, RIAC Member, Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center. Alexander Aksenyonok, RIAC Vice-President, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia; Eugene Abov, RIAC Member; Andrei Klepach, Chief Economist at Vnesheconombank, RIAC member; Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General; Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs; Natalya Vyakhireva, Program Manager; and others, also took part in the event.

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