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On May 11–13, 2023, the annual St. Petersburg International Legal Forum was held in St. Petersburg.

On May 11, 2023, Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director General, spoke at the session “The New Global Order: Legal Modelling and Forecasting”. He noted that according to a number of parameters, the world has long been multipolar, and the United States does not have complete freedom of action, however, the world finances still retain signs of a unipolar model. RIAC Director General also noted that the parameters of the world system are undergoing a comprehensive change, and the two most significant crises are the risk of an armed confrontation between Russia and the West and the United States with China. Should the aggravation of these crises be avoided, then the world system will either come to a bipolar system dominated by the United States and China or to a truly multipolar world order.

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