Search: World order,European Union (8 materials)

Illusions of a New Bipolarity

... are still enticed by discussions of a new bipolarity, and there are many reasons why. Let us outline a few of them. First, the world order that existed during the Cold War was relatively simple. Second, people are motivated by anti-Chinese sentiments. That ... ... certain balance of interests, and not a slippery slope towards an open confrontation. As for relations between Russia and the European Union, I dare say that, even given the depressing strategies pursued by both sides, the principle of a new bipolarity ...


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 ...


The Future of Liberal World Order Discussed at Friedrich Naumann Foundation

... event, participants discussed current threats to the liberal principles of international relations established by the UN Charter, the Helsinki Act, the Paris Charter for a New Europe and other fundamental documents. Among the main threats to the liberal world order participants named the rise of nationalism and populism in nation states around the world, the growing number of armed conflicts, the destruction of fundamental international treaties, the new wave of the arms race. The participants also proposed ...


Why the World is Not Becoming Multipolar

..., Russia would be capable of swapping its current partnership with China for an alliance with the United States? Or that the European Union, as it faces increasing pressure from the United States, would re-orient itself towards strategic cooperation with ... ..., the leaders of great powers today do not have the flexibility that is absolutely necessary to maintain a stable multipolar world order. At the end of our short historical sketch, we can ask another curious question. Why did the 1814–1815 Congress ...


Russia’s Post-Election Foreign Policy: New Challenges, New Horizons

... Missed Opportunities: Russia-U.S. Relations in 2017 The struggle for a rightful place at the negotiation table of the future world order does not consist of elbowing opponents out of the way, nor does it involve shouting them down in fierce propaganda ... ... as an integral part of the continent. At the same time, Russia will have to make every effort to restore relations with the European Union, which, despite serious travails, has demonstrated far greater stability than expected. We often criticize the ...


The Future World Order

... has been accused of destroying the post-war liberal world order. This is fundamentally wrong in many respects. There were two world orders after the war. One was liberal-democratic and capitalist, led by the United States. The other one was socialist, ... ... worst form. International law and norms of interstate relations were viciously trampled upon. In 1991, Germany and then the European Union as a whole recognized the independence of Croatia and Slovenia which had broken away from Yugoslavia. Such unilateral ...


Darendorf Forum Holds a Seminar "Quo Vadis Global Actors? US, EU, Russia between Liberal Order and Neorealism" in London

On December 10, London School of Economics under the auspices of Dahrendorf Forum held an international seminar "Quo Vadis Global actors? US, EU, Russia between Liberal Order and Neorealism". The seminar was attended by experts in theory of international relations from Great Britain, other European countries and the United States. Russia was represented by Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, and Sergey Utkin, RIAC expert, Head of "Foreign policy and Security" Department...


The Role of EU in the New World Order Discussed in Brussels

On February 5, 2014, RIAC Director General Andrey Kortunov represented Russia at international conference “The Role of the European Union in Global Re-Ordering: Leadership or Adaptation?” organized in Brussels by the Instituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale (ISPI) and the Institut d’Etudes Europeennes at Universite libre de Bruxelles. The event was held ...


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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
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    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
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