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Impact of New Technologies on International Relations Discussed in Beijing

On September 11, 2019, Beijing hosted a seminar focusing on the impact of new technologies on international relations. The event was organized by Huayu analytical center. On September 11, 2019, Beijing hosted a seminar focusing on the impact of new technologies on international relations. The event was organized by Huayu analytical center. During the seminar, Nikolay Markotkin, RIAC Media and Government Relations Manager, gave a lecture on the impact of AI technologies on the world economy and...


Meeting with Sberbank Institutional Investors from the USA and Great Britain

..., Lombard Odier (Switzarland),Prudential Investment Management (USA), Route One Investment Company (USA), Wellington Management International (USA) The following issues were discussed during the meeting: the state and prospects for relations between Russia and the West, the possibilities of progress in resolving the Ukrainian crisis, and the prospects for Russia-China interaction. Particular attention was paid to the analysis of the possible evolution of the anti-Russian sanctions policy of the United ...


Will Russia Reinforce Iraq's Air Defenses?

If Baghdad is serious about purchasing Russian air defense systems, several issues should be considered A series of alleged Israeli strikes on Iran-linked targets in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq have sent shockwaves across the region and beyond. The attacks on Iraq in particular are unprecedented,...


New Zealand Embassy in Moscow Hosts a Meeting to Discuss European Security Issue

... foreign experts focusing on European security issues. On September 10, 2019, New Zealand Embassy in Moscow hosted a meeting with foreign experts focusing on European security issues. The meeting was moderated by Ian Hill, Ambassador of New Zealand. Russian side was represented by Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, and Andrey Kolesnikov, Chair of the Russian Domestic Politics and Political Institutions Program at the Carnegie Moscow Center.


Like a Suspended Gym Teacher: Why We Should Not Expect Russia to be Welcomed Back into the G7

The sad reality of 2014 was either a historical inevitability or at least a completely predictable ending to a protracted play The history of relations between Russia and the G7 can be compared to a multi-act play with a convoluted storyline, magnificent scenery, a number of vivid characters and unexpected plot twists. Objectively, such a play more looks like an epic tragedy or, at worst, a sentimental melodrama....


R6 — the Case for a New Global Currency Basket

... sanctioned objects in the mirror are closer than they appear.” In other words, China may also be a subject to sanctions at one point partially or fully. Tristan Kenderdine: US–Iran Conflict Would Strengthen China’s Position in the Middle East China, Russia, India, Brazil, and South Africa are the founding members of the New Development Bank . NDB’s 2017–2021 general strategy clearly highlights the bank’s commitment and intention to be new in three areas: 1) new relationships; 2) new projects ...


Russian re-industrialization dangers – lessons from Japan and USA

... allowed the industry to survive, until the 9/11 attacks on the US led to boom years for the military industrial complex. The anticipation, forecasting and flexibility of this US system have to be studied and lessons incorporated in the structure of any Russian re-industrialization, while avoiding Japan's mistakes. Above all, bureaucracy and rigidity cannot be allowed, or the process will be doomed to mediocrity and failure. The best model to understand technology innovation, and how it can create new ...


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