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Round Table “What Difference Will Brexit Make To Britain And The EU?”

On October 10, 2019, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hold the round table “What Difference Will Brexit Make To Britain And The EU?” with Ian Bond, Director of the Foreign Policy Department of the London Center for European Reform . It is still unclear how the UK will leave the EU, and whether British prime minister Boris Johnson will be able to deliver on his promise to take the UK out of the EU on 31 October. But Brexit is certain to have a major impact on the UK. Over the last 46...

20.09.2019

Meeting with Sberbank Institutional Investors from the USA and Great Britain

... the possibilities of progress in resolving the Ukrainian crisis, and the prospects for Russia-China interaction. Particular attention was paid to the analysis of the possible evolution of the anti-Russian sanctions policy of the United States and the European Union, as well as the adoption of other restrictive measures that could have a significant negative impact on the development of Russia's economy and Russia's involvement in global financial and economic processes.

15.09.2019

Most of the Strategic Challenges for Russia and the EU Are Likely to Come from the Changing International Context

... you see EUREN's value being added in this debate? Sabine Fischer, IvanTimofeev: Selective Engagement between the EU and Russia — I would not go as far as to state that there is no prospect of common ground on security matters between Russia and the European Union. For the time being, opportunities are indeed limited, but they are still broader than those between Russia and NATO. The Union is not particularly strong on hard security matters, but we have a rising agenda of nonconventional security ...

13.09.2019

RIAC, ISPI, and Italian Foreign Ministry Discuss the Role for International Actors in MENA Crises

On September 10, 2019, in Moscow, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), in cooperation with the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Italy, held an international seminar “From Battlefields to Negotiation tables. What Role for International Actors in MENA Crises.” On September 10, 2019, in Moscow, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), in cooperation with the Italian Institute for International...

12.09.2019

Outlines for future conventional arms control in Europe: A sub-regional regime in the Baltics

This new ELN policy brief looks at ways to reduce the risk of military confrontation between Russia and NATO, namely in the Baltic region. The authors argue that steps to ensure military stability are not only possible, but are also mutually beneficial. This new ELN policy brief looks at ways to reduce the risk of military confrontation between Russia and NATO, namely in the Baltic region. The authors argue that steps to ensure military stability are not only possible, but are also mutually beneficial...

11.09.2019

Undestanding the Gulf States: The European Perspective

Interview with Mitchell Belfer, President of the Euro-Gulf Information Centre Mitchell Belfer is President of the Euro-Gulf Information Centre, a Rome-based organization that is engaged in building political and economic bridges between European countries and the Gulf states. Mr. Belfer is Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Terrorism and Security at the Metropolitan University Prague (Czech Republic) and Editor-in-Chief of the Central European Journal of International and Security Studies...

10.09.2019

Vienna Hosts an International Expert Group Meeting to Discuss Long-Term Scenarios of Russia's Future

On September 5–6, 2019, in Vienna, FES Regional Office for Cooperation and Peace in Europe held the second closed scenario forecasting seminar “Looking beyond the Horizon of 2024” on the long-term future of Russia. On September 5–6, 2019, in Vienna, FES Regional Office for Cooperation and Peace in Europe held the second closed scenario forecasting seminar “Looking beyond the Horizon of 2024” on the long-term future of Russia. An international group of experts from Austria, Germany, the United...

09.09.2019

Meeting of International Expert Group on the Formation of New Security System in Europe

The meeting was organized by Friedrich Ebert Foundation, a German political foundation, and GLOBSEC, a Slovak think tank. On August 29–30, 2019, OSCE Secretariat in Vienna hosted a meeting of an international expert group on the formation of a new security system in Europe. The meeting was organized by Friedrich Ebert Foundation, a German political foundation, and GLOBSEC, a Slovak think tank. The meeting was attended by experts on European security issues from Europe and the USA, as well as employees...

02.09.2019

RIAC at the Dialogue Europe — Russia Advisory Board Meeting in Salzburg

... experts, and other representatives of the Russian expert community and Russian business are taking part in the meeting. In addition, the Ambassadors of Russia to Austria and Austria to Russia, the EU Ambassador to Russia, and senior officials of the European Union and the Government of Russia are taking part in the discussions. Maxim Akimov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, and Johannes Hahn, European Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, addressed ...

27.08.2019

World Economy in The Grips of “Moral Hazard”

Moral Hazard. It sounds like the name of a failed town in a Clint Eastwood western. We all live there now. – The Wall Street Journal (2008) In the past several weeks the world’s financial markets have re-entered into higher volatility mode as the ongoing trade dispute between the two largest economies is dashing hopes of speedy improvement in US-China relations. The uncertainty afflicting the markets is further exacerbated by the contradictions between the Trump camp and the Fed, with increasing...

26.08.2019
 

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