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Meeting with Chumir Foundation for Ethics in Leadership Delegation from Canada

... discussed in the course of the meeting: development of relations in Russia — US — China triangle and possible areas of work on strengthening international stability. On June 14, 2019, Chumir Foundation for Ethics in Leadership delegation from Canada headed by Joel Bell, Chairman of the Foundation, visited Russian International Affairs Council. The following issues were discussed in the course of the meeting: development of relations in Russia — US — China triangle and possible areas of ...

17.06.2019

Why is Canada so special to Russian Foreign and Security Policy?

As vast northern countries, Canada and Russia are sharing some interests when it comes to cooperative policies in the Arctic. Nonetheless, Ottawa and Moscow are facing each other as the North Pole is the shortest way to send aircrafts and bombers to target both US and Russian territories....

30.05.2019

VII International Canadian Studies Conference: “Canada and Russia: The Arctic Giants”

On April 5–6, 2019, St. Petersburg State University hosted VII International Canadian Studies Conference: “Canada and Russia: The Arctic Giants”. On April 5–6, 2019, St. Petersburg State University hosted VII International Canadian Studies Conference: “Canada and Russia: The Arctic Giants”. The conference was attended by Russian and Canadian experts ...

10.04.2019

ISA’s 60th Annual Convention in Toronto

On March 25–30, 2019, the International Studies Association (ISA) held the 60th Annual Convention in Toronto (Canada). Each year, the convention gathers several thousand scientists from dozens of countries around the world, conducting research on the widest range of issues. Discussions were held in the framework of hundreds of thematic round tables, panels, and ...

01.04.2019

RIAC Hosts Meeting with Representatives of Canada MFA

On November 20, 2018, Russian International Affairs Council held a working meeting with Beverly Young, Senior Counsellor on Arctic issues, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, and Bruno Nordeste, Head of the Political Section at the Canadian Embassy in Russia. On November 20, 2018, Russian International Affairs Council held a working meeting with Beverly Young, Senior Counsellor on Arctic issues, Foreign Affairs and ...

23.11.2018

Phil Gurski: G8 Was a Good Forum for Sharing Information

... conducted within the framework of international cooperation. A vivid example is the suspension of Russia’s membership in the G8 in March 2014 due to Crimea becoming part of the Russian Federation. The other members of this international club — the USA, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, France, and Japan — have returned to the format of the G7. Probably, Western politicians considered that move as a sort of lever of pressure, whereas for many professionals it has turned into an obstacle to effective ...

20.05.2018

Canada at 150: The Main Trends

This book is a product of a multidisciplinary study of the main recent developments in Canada’s political, economic, and social life. Drawing on the earlier collective and individual studies, the authors have focused on the ongoing processes shaping the country’s near future. This book is a product of a multidisciplinary study of ...

16.03.2018

Arctic Oil and Gas Resource Development: Current Situation and Prospects

Policy brief #8/2016 The decline in global oil prices that began in the summer of 2014 carries with it a number of risks in assembling a whole range of major oil and gas projects, including shale gas extraction projects, deep-water offshore projects and projects in the Arctic shelf. In these conditions, despite the ongoing surplus of global oil production in relation to consumption, the question nevertheless arises: how can we maintain current production levels in the medium and long-term and ensure...

10.10.2016

RIAC at international conference “Ukraine, Syria and the Arctic – From Challenges to Solutions”

... “ Ukraine, Syria and the Arctic – From Challenges to Solutions” sponsored by the Institute for 21st Century Questions , the Global Brief magazine and the Canadian Forces College . The event was also attended by representatives from Canada, the United States, France, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Turkey and Israel. Day one of the conference was devoted to the Ukraine and Syria crises, the Russia-West and Russia-Turkey conundrums, and Nagorny Karabakh. On day two the participants covered ...

16.06.2016
 

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  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
    Demilitarization of the region based on Russia-China "Dual Freeze" proposal  
     36 (35%)
    Restoring multilateral negotiation process without any preliminary conditions  
     27 (26%)
    While the situation benefits Kim Jong-un's and Trump's domestic agenda, there will be no solution  
     22 (21%)
    Armed conflict still cannot be avoided  
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