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Russia's Policy in Latin America: Prospects for Cooperation with Mexico and the Pacific Alliance

Speech by Vladimir Davydov Speech by Vladimir Davydov, Director of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) Institute of Latin America, at the Roundtable “Russia and Pacific Alliance: Opportunities for Expanded Cooperation”, RIAC, September 30, 2014. Russian-Mexican Relations: the Imperatives of Development at the Present Stage Dear Igor Sergeevich, Your Excellency Mr. Beltran Guerrero, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary ...

01.12.2014

The Pacific Alliance: History, Goals, Relations with Observer States, Achievements

Gustavo Otero, Peru, Jaime Giron, Colombia, Ruben Beltran, Mexico On September 30, 2014 RIAC held a roundtable on Russia-Pacific Alliance relations organized together with the Mexican embassy in Moscow. A very lively and dynamic, this event brought together a significant number of scientists, historians and academicians. Among the high-level guest were Mexican ambassador ...

10.11.2014

Roundtable on Russia-Pacific Alliance Relationship

On September 30, 2014, the Russian International Affairs Council and the Mexican Embassy in Moscow held a roundtable "Russia and Pacific Alliance: Opportunities for Expanded Cooperation" which focused on the structure and goals of the Alliance, as well as on the integration processes. The event was attended by Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov; Latin American ambassadors ...

01.10.2014

Russia and Mexico in Asia Pacific

Outlook for Cooperation Mexico's geopolitical priorities are steadily shifting to deeper cooperation with countries in the Asia Pacific Region (APR), both on the bilateral level and within existing and emerging integration groups such as APEC, the Pacific Alliance and the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Russia has also been seeking new forms of interaction with this dynamically-developing region, and suggested a new agenda during its 2012 APEC presidency. However, opportunities for Russian-Mexican cooperation ...

10.10.2013

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