Project: Studying the New World Order
- Restoration, Reformation, Revolution? Blueprints for the World Order after the Russia-Ukraine conflict
- For Whom the Bell Tolls: A Note on John J. Mearsheimer’s Article on the Collapse of the Liberal International Order
- Andrey Kortunov Gives a Public Lecture in Oslo on the Crisis of Trust in Relations between Russia and the West
- Public discussion «Russia’s Foreign Policy After the 2018 Elections and Its Impact on the World Order»
In 2014 RIAC became the co-founder of the Valdai International Discussion Club. As part of the preparations for the Club’s annual meeting and its ongoing discussions the Council conducts its own research into issues concerning the creation of a world order and the role of Russia in this process.
Working Papers (3)
The resolution of the crisis might well trigger long-awaited reforms in the global order, which should imply, among other things, a more prominent role for the Global South in the…Short
The conflict between Russia and the West is likely to drag on for decades, regardless of how and along exactly what lines the conflict in Ukraine endsShort
How to kickstart strategic dialogue between Russia and the United States, given the collapse of all official channels and communication systems?Short
The modern world is again in the grip of an age-old anarchy that cultivates monsters as the only way to surviveShort
I think God’s going to come down and pull civilization over for speeding. – Stephen Wright
A civilization is built on what is required of men, not on that which is…
In terms of global strategic architecture, China, Russia, and the US are crucial to the world. How can Beijing and Moscow deepen cooperation? How will the 2020 US presidential…Short
The End of Multilateral Diplomacy? Alexander Grushko About New World OrderShort
On June 10, 2020, the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) held an online roundtable on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the future world order
On July 8–9, 2019, the 8th World Peace Forum was held in Beijing. It is one of the most representative and authoritative events on international security and strategic stability in the Asia-Pacific.
On February 11, 2019, Friedrich Naumann Foundation Moscow office held a round table "Challenges to the Liberal Principles of International Relations" in the framework of the "Liberal Agenda for the 21st Century" project. The meeting was organized by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation in partnership with the European Dialogue expert group.
Tatiana Romanova, Maxine David
Aleksey Arbatov, Sergey Oznobishchev
Ph.D. in History, Academic Director of the Russian International Affairs Council, RIAC member
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Russian Federation, RIAC Member