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RIAC at Adenauer Foundation Seminar in Moscow

... Foundation (Germany). In the framework of the three sessions, the experts discussed general issues of the European security architecture and the state of Russian-European relations, opportunities for cooperation in the cybersphere and crises in the Middle East. On November 20, 2018, a seminar on security issues was held at Moscow office of the Adenauer Foundation (Germany). In the framework of the three sessions, the experts discussed general issues of the European security architecture and the state of Russian-European relations, opportunities for cooperation in the cybersphere and crises in the Middle East. Ruslan ...

22.11.2018

Regional and Global Security Challenges Discussed in Turkey

Petr Stegny, RIAC member, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation, and Timur Makhmutov, Deputy Director of Programs, took part in the event on the Russian side, among the speakers at thematic sessions on the Middle East issues. On May 7-8, 2018, Turkey hosted an annual Istanbul Security Conference. Petr Stegny, RIAC member, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation, and Timur Makhmutov, Deputy Director of Programs, took part ...

15.05.2018

Germany’s Southern Сorridor to Greater Eurasia: Away from Warsaw towards Damascus

... energy cooperation with the country more difficult for German and other European firms. The Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, for instance, has been adversely impacted by the last American sanctions’ regime. By building new energy partnerships in the Middle East, Germany could diversify its energy sources without a considerable increase in the cost of energy imports. Energy diversification from other sources, such as Liquified Natural Gas from the United States , would greatly increase energy costs and thus have ...

19.10.2017

RIAC Takes Part in a Closed Meeting in Berlin on the Role of Russia in the Middle East

Representatives of European diplomatic and expert circles took part in the event. On June 26 RIAC took part in a closed meeting in Berlin that focused on the role of Russia in the Middle East. The event was organized by BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt , Al-Tawila, and Candid Foundation . Representatives of European diplomatic and expert circles took part in the event. The opening speeches were made by Dr. Michael Schaefer, Chairman ...

29.06.2017

Meeting with Special Representative of the Federal Government of Germany for the OSCE Chairmanship Gernot Erler

... 17, a group of RIAC members and experts had a meeting with Gernot Erler, Special Representative of the Federal Government of Germany for the OSCE Chairmanship, German MFA Russia, Central Asia, and Eastern Partnership countries Policy Coordinator member ... ... German Embassy to Russia employees took part in the meeting. The following issues were discussed: situation in Syria and in the Middle East, possible resolutions of the Syrian conflict, perspective areas for Russia-West regional partnership, probable role ...

18.11.2016

The Contemporary Situation in the Middle East: Joint View of Russian and German experts

The Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the German foundation Friedrich Ebert Stiftung are starting a joint project to analyse the contemporary situation in the Middle East. The project aims to draw up practical recommendations for the Russian and German leadership on setting up constructive cooperation between the two countries in order to help resolve the crisis situation that has developed in the region since ...

28.04.2015

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