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We Need to Create a More Inclusive System of Global Governance

... they are also operating within the framework of a predominantly adversarial major power relationship. Igor Ivanov: Rethinking International Security for a Post-Pandemic World Merging the needs of a new foreign policy track with the limitations derived ... ... priorities for major powers. Perhaps most important, however, these powers should focus on making 30 Perspectives on a Changing World Order a compelling case for enhancements and improvements to global governance. Future governance structures should incorporate ...


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

... elucidated by Professor Graham Allison in his articles, talks and famous book Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’ Trap . So, what exactly is this Thucydides ’trap? Igor Ivanov: The Belt and Road Initiative: Towards a New World Order The phrase originates from the ancient Greek historian Thucydides who had observed that the Peloponnesian war (431BC-404BC) was caused by the growth of Athens, the rising power, and the corresponding fear of Sparta, the ruling power. Currently,...


How Does Canberra Implement Its Role as a Regional Power with Global Interests

... policies do not win the day. What kind of global governance could we expect in 10–15 years? What powers will determine the future world order in your opinion? And what place should Russia take? I would like to think that we will see continued strong international ... ... deterioration in relations between the United States and Russia, and tensions between the United States and China, global cooperation on international security remains important, whether that be on counter terrorism, regulating nuclear, chemical and other weapons ...


Munich Security Report 2019: Who Is to Blame and What to Do?

The conclusion is clear: to preserve the liberal world order by all means, to rationalize United States policy, and to isolate Russia and China or make them return to their usual roles. But a return of the old order of post-bipolar times is unlikely Andrey Kortunov: Why the World is Not Becoming ...


U.S. Withdrawal From the INF Treaty and the End of the Bilateral Era

Perhaps the term “arms control” itself should be revised Could the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty have been saved? No doubt. American and Russian experts have long discussed allegations of treaty violations in great detail, and there is no shortage of proposals on resolving compliance concerns and giving the treaty a new lease on life. Washington and Moscow are not likely to face any unprecedented security threats that would require the immediate deployment of intermediate-range...


RIAC Takes Part in TRT World Forum in Turkey

... year's topic is "Envisioning Peace and Security in a Fragmented World." The two-day event included about twenty open and closed sessions with a total of more than 500 participants. The main topics of the sessions were the transformation of the world order, the rise of the global South and its participation in global governance, the role of regional powers in resolving international conflicts, the role of media in a fragmented world, international cooperation in the fight against terrorism, ...


In China’s Footsteps: Why the Russian Bear Should Enter Stealth Mode

... fact that both these entities are closely related does not, of course, mean that we should pursue a policy based on the lowest common denominator. Bilateral relations with individual countries also hold great potential. Second, rapid changes in the world order make it extremely difficult to isolate Russia globally. This circumstance must be put to good use, and much is being done already. However, here, too, there are two extremes. First, we view Asia as a partner of secondary importance – an ...


“The Hacked World Order” – How Messed Up are We?

“ The Hacked World Order ” by Adam Segal, director of the program on digital and cyberspace policy at the Council on Foreign Relations, was published in the early 2016 and is one of the latest attempts to cover all the events in the cyber domain. This is an ...


7 Trends for Russian Foreign Policy You Need to Know

Syria and especially Ukraine appear to be inflection points in the trajectory of Russian foreign policy Ivan Timofeev, who participated in the annual meeting of Valdai International Discussion Club is giving a talk on the outline of future Russian foreign policy. After the Ukraine crisis and military intervention in Syria, the key principles and ideas underpinning Russian foreign policy are becoming easier to understand. Against the backdrop of the Ukraine crisis and the military airstrikes in...


European Security Discussed in Belgrade

On September 30 – October 2, 2015, Belgrade was the venue of the 5th Security Forum held under the leitmotif “ Can Europe Redefine Itself? ” in view of exacerbation of problems related with Middle East refugees, Ukraine crisis, Islamic radicalism, efficiency of European institutions, the role of the OSCE in conflict settlement including maintenance of peace in the Balkans. The event gathered over 600 participants, among them a Russian delegation invited by the organizers to continue...


Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
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