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Fifth Meeting of the OSCE Informal Working Group on Structured Dialogue

... created in 2016, has become one of the most significant and representative platforms where politicians, diplomats, military, and experts from all European countries, the United States, and Canada discuss practical issues of strengthening security in the Euro-Atlantic space. Within the framework of the fifth meeting in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Austria, an expert round table "Between Realpolitik and Cooperative Security: European Security System Based on Rules" was held for participants ...


A Roadmap for U.S.-Russia Relations

... important for another reason: to help stabilize the relationship and buffer against conflict in the future. The analyses that follow examine prospects for Russia-U.S. cooperation in several crucial regions and fields: economics, energy, the Arctic, Euro-Atlantic security, the Middle East, strategic stability, cybersecurity, and countering terrorism and extremism. They offer concrete, actionable recommendations in each area. Economic Relations U.S.-Russia economic cooperation has a long history, ...


Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group Meets in London

On January 17-18, another Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group meeting was held in London. The event is traditionally organized by Nuclear Threat Initiative with the participation of European Leadership Network. The Group unites former and sitting high-ranking officials, diplomats,...


The 5th meeting of the Young Experts Group on Ukraine and Security in the Euro-Atlantic

On September 4-7, 2016, Helsinki became the venue for the 5th meeting of young leaders on Ukraine and security in the Euro-Atlantic. The participants discussed the outcomes of the NATO summit in Warsaw, new guidelines in the Finnish foreign policy, cybersecurity, the meaning and future of the Helsinki principles and many other issues. They also met with representatives ...


International Group of Experts and Diplomats Discuss New Approaches to European Security

On March 2-3, 2016 Brussels hosted a regular international high-level expert meeting on the formation of the Euro-Atlantic Security Leadership Group. The meeting was organized by the Nuclear Threat Initiative with the participation of the European Leadership Network as a follow-up of the proposals for new approaches to European security , brought forward ...


Looking West from Russia: The Eurasianist Folly

... of the official Marxist-Leninist ideology, then pushed the latter away and replaced it with values and concepts that were very unusual for that time. A more or less similar process, naturally with certain allowances for the pluralistic nature of the Euro-Atlantic ideological universe, proceeded in the camp of the antagonists of the Soviet-Communist bloc. Very soon these processes brought into being the term “convergence,” understood first and foremost as a mutual penetration and interweaving ...


The Sunset of Greater Europe

... Russia and Europe see each other more as a problem than a part of a solution to many other problems. Let us face it: the situation does not augur well for revival of the Greater Europe project. 7. Against this background, the familiar concept of the Euro-Atlantic space takes on a new meaning. Until recently, it implied that it should stretch, in all its dimensions, at least to the Urals (as sealed in the CFE), and possibly to Vladivostok, whereas the situation has now changed radically. Today, when ...


RIAC participates in discussion on equal and undivided security

A working lunch was held on February 7, 2015 during the Munich Security Conference, during which top government leaders, diplomats, and experts discussed a set of measures for building the new security architecture in the Euro-Atlantic region. The lunch was organized by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), the European Leadership Network, and the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC). The RIAC was represented at the lunch by its President Igor Ivanov, its General ...


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