Project: German-Russian International Affairs Dialogue
Aim of the project — to elaborate recommendations for the development of Russia–Germany bilateral relations considering the changes taking place in the international arena, common challenges and interests. (Recommendations are interdisciplinary; representatives of the expert community, former and current government officials, business representatives participate in all meetings).
- Policy brief on the current trends in bilateral relations and offering short-term and mid-term recommendations.
The project is a part of the "Russia and Euro-Atlantic" Program.
A new government in Berlin is always a new opportunity — not only for Germany itself, but also for its international partners, Russia includingShort
The road to Moscow does not lead through Berlin alone, but also through BrusselsShort
Editor-in-Chief of Russia in Global Affairs magazine, Chairman of the Presidium of the Council for Foreign and Defense Policy, RIAC Member.
Ph.D in Economics, Deputy Director of the RAS Institute for Europe, Head of the Country and Regional Researches Department, Head of the German Research Center
Doctor of Science, Professor, Head of the Department of European law, MGIMO-University, RIAC Expert
On April 20¬–21, 2018, Moscow hosted 7th final German-Russian International Dialogue (GRID) meeting for Russian-German work group within the joint project of Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and Koerber Foundation (Koerber Stiftung, Germany). The meeting gathered Russian and German expert and media communities, as well as government officials and representatives of NGO's.
On November 8–9, 2017, Hamburg hosted the 6th “German-Russian International Dialogue”, GRID, a meeting of a Russian-German work group within the joint project of Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and Koerber Foundation (Koerber Stiftung, Germany).
The meeting gathered Russian and German expert and media communities, as well as government officials nd representatives of NGO's.
Tatiana Romanova, Maxine David
Aleksey Arbatov, Sergey Oznobishchev