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How Ukraine Will Change After Zelensky’s Victory

... whether his actions will ultimately boil down to a balancing act between oligarchic groups or simply to following in the wake of one of them. Andrey Kortunov: Russia and Ukraine: Four Scenarios for the Future Should we expect a change to the scale of emigration and the return of Ukrainians to their homeland? Viktor Mironenko: This will certainly happen, but in the medium term, rather than the short term. Aleksandr Gushchin: Depopulation and deindustrialization have become the principal markers of ...

29.04.2019

Can Italy's "Government of Change" Change All of Europe?

... from Poland, Hungary, and France, led by Italian agents provocateur, is expected to stage a European revolution. The Italians are undermining European solidarity from within by questioning the rules of financial discipline, the EU's ability to tackle migration, and the advisability of sanctions against Russia. They are also damaging the EU's reputation outside the union's borders by publicly criticizing Brussels' helpless policy in Africa and France's "neo-colonialism", by openly supporting ...

04.03.2019

Migration Challenges for Russia and EU Discussed at University of Bologna

On November 9, 2018, University of Bologna (Italy), Forli School of Political Science and International Relations, hosted a seminar on the theme “Russia's Migration Strategy: New Challenges”. On November 9, 2018, University of Bologna (Italy), Forli School of Political Science and International Relations, hosted a seminar on the theme “Russia's Migration Strategy: New Challenges”. Elena Alekseenkova,...

12.11.2018

We Are a Humanitarian Organization. We Provide Protection and Assistance to Refugees

An interview with Anne-Elisabeth Ravetto, Acting Representative of the UNHCR in the Russian Federation On September 20­–21, the Russian International Affairs Council hosted IV International Conference “Migration and International Law” that gathered experts in the field from Russia and abroad. RIAC Website Editor Maria Smekalova discussed with Anne-Elisabeth Ravetto, Acting Representative of the UNHCR in the Russian Federation, the process of finding ...

11.10.2018

A Pragmatic View on Migration

Interviews with Russian and Foreign Migration Experts What should a state prioritize in matters of migration policy: ethics and morals or pragmatic considerations? Who is more effective at protecting migrant rights: government bodies or non-governmental human rights organizations? Will ...

05.10.2018

IV International Conference “Migration and International Law”

... International Affairs Council (RIAC), Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). On September 19–21, 2018 Moscow hosted IV International Conference “Migration and International Law”. The event was organized by Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration ( RANEPA ), and International Committee of the Red Cross ( ICRC ). ...

22.09.2018

Migration and «Vortex of Change» in Europe Discussed in Hungary

On July 3, 2018, Kőszeg (Hungary) hosted a session “At the Intersection of Migration and Populist Politics” within XXIII International Summer University (ISU) "Europe in the Vortex of Change”. On July 3, 2018, Kőszeg (Hungary) hosted a session “At the Intersection of Migration and Populist Politics” within XXIII ...

09.07.2018
 

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