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"Covid_19" & the Pattern of Ethical Problematic in International relations

... economic nationalism. 7- The challenges of the environmental issue and climate change. 8- Question marks related to the “Covid_19” pandemic at all levels. "" Logically, these trends come within the framework of emphasizing the need for international relations to have a normative element. Unfortunately, however, the attempt to study the ethical standards of behavior that countries should adopt is still an issue of no value at present. As academic studies in international relations specialized ...


"Covid-19" And The Future Of Diplomacy In International Relations

Dr. Salam Al Rabadi: Researcher In International Relations. Nov,2020.First of all, when giving an overview of the different conceptual frameworks for diplomacy, a distinction must be made between diplomacy and diplomats, in order to be able to frame the problematics at the level of international ...


China versus the US: Who Will Prevail?

... feels entitled to a leading role, Americans feel challenged in their self perceived providential entitlement to be a “beacon for humanity”. About the author: Alfredo Toro Hardy is a Venezuelan retired diplomat, scholar and author. He has a PhD on International Relations and several master and postgraduate degrees. Before retiring from the Venezuelan Foreign Service, he was one of his country’s most senior career diplomats, having served as Ambassador to the United States, the United Kingdom,...


Russia—China Relations Discussed at RIAC-IEERCAS CASS Meeting

... Research Department at IEERCAS; Yury Kulintsev, IFES RAS Research Fellow; and Xu Poling, Head of the Department of the Russian economy at IEERCAS CASS. Russian and Chinese experts discussed the effect of the new type of coronavirus epidemic (COVID-2019) on international relations, as well as the priorities in the development of Russia-China relations in the new environment. During the discussion, experts pointed out that the pandemic revealed a number of global systemic challenges. As the potential for ...


Andrey Kortunov Gives a Lecture for ECFR on the Impact of the Pandemic on the International System

On April 2, 2020, Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, gave a lecture to the staff, members, and partners of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) on the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the international system. On April 2, 2020, Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, gave a lecture to the staff, members, and partners of the European Council on Foreign Relations ( ECFR ) on the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the international system. The lecture was attended by seventy...


The Thucydides’ Trap: the Avoidable Destiny Between the US and China

As the Western philosopher George Santayana said, “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” The controversial “Thucydides trap” argument has sparked a heated debate since 2013, when President Xi Jinping of China told a cluster of western guests: “We must all work together to avoid Thucydides’ trap.” Later, this concept was elucidated by Professor Graham Allison in his articles, talks and famous book Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’ Trap . So, what...


War & Peace: Russia in 2020

2019 was a good year for Russia. 2019 was a good year for Russia. The country rejoined the Council of Europe, the first case of sanctions being lightened since 2014. It confirmed the country’s commitment to the Paris climate agreement. It welcomed close to fifty African leaders to the inaugural Russia-Africa summit in Sochi. Moscow even made progress with Kyiv, although less as a result of Russian diplomacy than the efforts of Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy. Andrey Kortunov, Director General of...


Geopolitics and Relations among Major Powers

... biodiversity, environmental stability and resource sufficiency constitute another dimension to the crisis. Today, a lot of attention all around the world is focused on US President Donald Trump as the most visible and the most powerful troublemaker in international relations. Without going into details, I would say that the peculiar policy of the current American president helped us to some extent to look more realistically at the state of affairs on international arena. First, two and a half years ...


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