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On June 9–10 Talloires (France) hosted a Russian-American expert meeting «Managing Global Disorder: Prospects for U.S.-Russia Cooperation».

The meeting was organized by the Council on Foreign Relations, New York, the USA, at Tufts European University Center, Talloires, France.

Russian and American experts discussed opportunities and restrictions for cooperation between the two countries in the context of modern international system manageability increase, including comparative assessment of threat perception, global politics regulatory framework, security issues, regional instability and crises issues, etc.

On June 9–10 Talloires (France) hosted a Russian-American expert meeting «Managing Global Disorder: Prospects for U.S.-Russia Cooperation».

The meeting was organized by the Council on Foreign Relations, New York, the USA, at Tufts European University Center, Talloires, France.

Russian and American experts discussed opportunities and restrictions for cooperation between the two countries in the context of modern international system manageability increase, including comparative assessment of threat perception, global politics regulatory framework, security issues, regional instability and crises issues, etc.

Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General; Fyodor Lukyanov, RIAC member, Editor-in-chief of the journal “Russia in Global Affairs”; Sergey Rogov, RIAC member, Scientific director of the Institute for US and Canadian Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Chair of Russia in the Asia-Pacific Program at Carnegie Moscow Center Alexander Gabuev, Chief Researcher at the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences Irina Zvyagelskaya, Deputy Director of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CCEIS) at Higher School of Economics Dmitry Suslov, and Associate Professor of International Relations at MGIMO's Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy of Russia Mikhail Troitsky, RIAC experts, took part in the event representing Russia.

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