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Task Force on Cooperation in Greater Europe Meeting in Istanbul

On April 8–9, 2019, Istanbul hosted a regular meeting of the international Task Force on Cooperation in Greater Europe. On April 8–9, 2019, Istanbul hosted a regular meeting of the international Task Force on Cooperation in Greater Europe. The meeting was organized by European Leadership Network (ELN) together with the Turkish Global Relations Forum ...

12.04.2019

Between Greater Eurasia and Indo-Pacific: What’s Next for Multilateralism in Asia?

Over the course of the last two years, security risks across Asia have been on the rise. The region’s future is marred with uncertainty that is rooted in the revival of great power competition, and trade wars. The Carnegie Moscow Center and the Russian International Affairs Council organized a discussion about the future of the region. Over the course of the last two years, security risks across Asia have been on the rise. The region’s future is marred with uncertainty that is rooted in the revival...

19.03.2019

Will Russia Return to Europe?

... sidelines of the European security order in particular and the ‘European project’ in general, without becoming a serious stakeholder in the project. This, in turn, predetermined the country’s turn toward Asia. Andrey Kortunov: One More Time on Greater Europe and Greater Eurasia The second explanation is a systems one. Over this same quarter-century, Russia has not succeeded in its search for an effective new model of socioeconomic development — all the while effectively exhausting the potential ...

06.11.2018

One More Time on Greater Europe and Greater Eurasia

... a couple of decades. However, imagine for a second that a miracle happens, and the Ukrainian problem is off the table. Would it open a way for a common understanding of the European future and for a consorted EU–Russia effort at building a shared Greater Europe? Most likely, it would not. The Ukrainian conflict, as important as it is, should not overshadow more fundamental divisions between the East and the West; these divisions are not likely to disappear any time soon. Andrey Kortunov: Europe ...

02.10.2018

Europe and Russia: Four Scenarios for the New Cycle

“No Man’s Land”, “New Cold War”, “Eurasian Melting Pot” or “Two legged Greater Europe” Four years after the outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis the EU — Russia relations remain in a poor state. With “no business as usual” approach on both sides, many bilateral mechanisms of cooperation are blocked or abandoned. Ambitious ...

25.04.2018

Managing the Cold Peace between Russia and the West

Fifth Task Force Position Paper Released Fifth Task Force Position Paper Released A group of prominent Members and Supporters of the Pan-European Task Force on Cooperation in Greater Europe , including former foreign and defence ministers and senior officials from Russia, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Poland, Germany, Italy and Finland has joined forces to appeal to the leadership of the countries in the Euro-Atlantic area ...

06.07.2017

RIAC Hosts a Working Group Meeting for the Future of a Greater Europe Project

The meeting covered avoiding a new arms race between Russia and the West as well as problems of conventional arms control and confidence-building in Europe On May 25, RIAC hosted a meeting of the Working Group for the Future of a Greater Europe project. The meeting covered avoiding a new arms race between Russia and the West as well as problems of conventional arms control and confidence-building in Europe. RIAC was represented by RIAC Director General Andrey Kortunov , Ivan ...

27.05.2017

Warsaw Hosted a Working Group Meeting of Building a Greater Europe Project

On December 2 Warsaw hosted a meeting of the Working Group for the Building a Greater Europe project. The meeting attendees discussed the results of NATO Summit in Warsaw, Russia-NATO relations, and the prospects for Russia -West relations development in 2017. RIAC was represented by Ivan TImofeev, Director of Programs, RIAC. The ...

06.12.2016
 

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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  
     12 (12%)
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     4 (4%)
    Toughening economic sanctions against North Korea  
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