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On May 23–24, 2019, Riga Dialogue, an annual international high-level expert conference, was held in Riga.

The 2019 meeting was devoted to “Crisis Management and Strategic Stability in the Euroatlantic Community”. Traditionally, the meeting was organized by the Latvian Institute of International Affairs with the support of international partners, including Russian International Affairs Council.

On May 23–24, 2019, Riga Dialogue, an annual international high-level expert conference, was held in Riga.

The 2019 meeting was devoted to “Crisis Management and Strategic Stability in the Euroatlantic Community”. Traditionally, the meeting was organized by the Latvian Institute of International Affairs with the support of international partners, including Russian International Affairs Council.

The meeting was attended by experts, diplomats, parliamentarians, and high-ranking officials from a number of European countries.

RIAC was represented by Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General; Sergey Rogov, Academic Director of the RAS Institute for U.S. and Canadian Studies, RIAC Member; Nadezhda Arbatova, Sergey Kulik, Viktoria Panova, Sergey Utkin, RIAC Experts; Roman Mayka and Pyotr Kortunov, RIAC Program Coordinators.

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