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Factors Influencing the World Order's Structure

The future international order from a Russian perspective The world order is changing after the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The geopolitical competition and its rules too. Timofei Bordachev, Program Director Valdai Discussion Club, shares his views on how the liberal world order has broken down, the Western’s ...


RIAC and Institut Montaigne Experts Discuss Challenges of a New World Order Formation

... of Institut Montaigne, a French cross-party center for applied political research. It was a closed trust-based meeting taking into account the long-term cooperation between RIAC and Institut Montaigne. The meeting focused on the challenges of a new world order formation after the end of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Russian side was represented at the event by Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, and Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Director of Programs, who spoke at the event.


Meeting with Ambassadors of Brazil, Egypt, Mexico and South Africa

... Embassy of Brazil in Russia, Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, had a meeting with a group of senior foreign diplomats, including the ambassadors of Egypt, Mexico, and South Africa. The following issues were addressed during the meeting: the future world order, including the prospects for the United Nations reform process, food and energy security, institutional development of the G20, etc. The meeting was moderated by Rodrigo de Lima Baena Soares, Brazilian Ambassador to Russia.


An Unexpected Indicator of Change

However, something quite different is happening in the case of Russia. It has not been isolated The fighting in Ukraine has changed the coordinate system in world politics, forcing all countries to take their position on the current events. The picture clearly shows the fundamental processes that are unfolding in the world. If one takes as a criterion the perception of the Russian special operation proper, the sympathy is largely on the side of Ukraine. The image of a sovereign country attacked...


'Russian Rebellion': Local and Global Consequences

... nerve of relations between Russia and the West, and largely sets the tone for security policy in the Euro-Atlantic region. It also has many global implications. In the ideological sphere, it is increasingly presented as a struggle between the liberal world order and the “rebellion of the discontented”. It is Russia that today has assumed the role of the vanguard of such a rebellion, openly challenging its Western rivals. The use of the concept of rebellion here is not accidental. The West is promoting ...


India Is Irreplaceable Balancing Force in Global Systemic Transition

... “junior partner”. The Bi-Multipolar Intermediary Phase International Relations are in the midst of accelerated, compressed, and profound changes as everything chaotically transitions from the former U.S.-led unipolar system to an emerging Multipolar World Order. Experts debate exactly when this process began, but many agree that its most significant milestones thus far were the 2008 financial crisis, the first Ukrainian Crisis from 2013-2014 that resulted in Crimea’s democratic reunification with ...


Consolidation of the West: Opportunities and Limits

... countries—including China, India, Brazil, Indonesia, Nigeria—will have to somehow compete with each other for the most favorable terms for their subsequent entry into the global core. Andrey Kortunov: Restoration, Reformation, Revolution? Blueprints for the World Order after the Russia-Ukraine conflict In this renewed unipolarity, Russia will be thrown back to the positions it had 30 years ago, just after the collapse of the Soviet Union. But Moscow will find itself in an even more difficult situation, because ...


Professor Jeffrey Sachs: “I Don’t Believe in Isolating Russia”

... odds with the Western mainstream media mantra about “Russia’s hostile and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.” Will U.S./EU audience one day realize what in fact went wrong? Andrey Kortunov: Restoration, Reformation, Revolution? Blueprints for the World Order after the Russia-Ukraine conflict This war would not have occurred if all parties had negotiated properly and prudently. Even in 2021, the US and Russia could have agreed on key issues such as the non-enlargement of NATO to Ukraine and the ...


Restoration, Reformation, Revolution? Blueprints for the World Order after the Russia-Ukraine conflict

... the foreseeable future. Russian and foreign experts are currently exploring a wide range of scenarios for such transformation—from relatively positive to extremely negative. The author formulated three potentially possible options for the current world order transformation, assessing the probability and consequences of the practical implementation each of them. Restoration, reformation, revolution? Scenarios of the world order after the Russian–Ukrainian conflict , 2.7 Mb


Can BRICS Underpin a New World Order?

... prioritizes the depth and alignment of integrating BRICS states’ priority regional projects Amid an unprecedented spike in global geopolitical risks, the world is becoming increasingly aware of the fact that the architecture that underpins the old world order is giving way to a new configuration of international relations and regional blocs. The countries of the Global South are establishing their own institutions, alliances of regional integration, and payment systems, with them turning into a ...


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