... Canadian Forces College . The event was also attended by representatives from Canada, the United States, France, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Turkey and Israel. Day one of the conference was devoted to the Ukraine and Syria crises, the Russia-West and Russia-Turkey conundrums, and Nagorny Karabakh. On day two the participants covered a wide range of issues related with international cooperation in the Arctic. International conference “Ukraine, Syria and the Arctic – From Challenges to Solutions”
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... June 13– 15 by the Institute for 21st Century Questions (21CQ) and Global Brief Magazine, in partnership with the Canadian Forces College. Day One will be devoted to understanding and exploring the causes of, and potential practical solutions to Russia-West conflict and tensions, in both the Eastern Europe and Syrian theatres. Day Two will explore Arctic geopolitical, economic, environmental and scientific futures, and will examine practical avenues for Canada-Russian forward cooperation in the Arctic. The Russian International Affairs Council will be represented at the conference by Andrey Kortunov,...
The West’s response to Russia’s actions in Ukraine has been to sanction and attempt to isolate Russia.... ... this, Russia continues to show its influence on critical international issues, with Syria being just the most recent example. After over two years of talking about the... ... To the north, Russia recently submitted a claim to over 463,000 square miles of the Arctic, and its Arctic zone is expected to contain the majority of the region’s...
In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
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