Search: World order (50 materials)

 

Who Will Build the New World Order?

... the unlocked doors, open windows, cracked walls, and crumbling ceilings. Can this chaos put everything back in order? Apparently not just by itself. However, it is clear to me that it would be extremely unwise for both Russia and China to cling to a world order that will soon be gone forever. There is this opinion that Russia and China are the two largest revisionist powers of the contemporary world. In fact, if we look past the hackneyed political stereotypes, Moscow and Beijing have always tried ...

06.06.2019

How Does Canberra Implement Its Role as a Regional Power with Global Interests

... pro-active in engaging the US, China and others, as well as through forums like the G20, to ensure that protectionist policies do not win the day. What kind of global governance could we expect in 10–15 years? What powers will determine the future world order in your opinion? And what place should Russia take? I would like to think that we will see continued strong international cooperation and properly functioning global governance on key concerns. Despite the current deterioration in relations ...

29.03.2019

Key Challenges in U.S.-Russian Relations: Are Collaborative Approaches Possible?

CSIS and RIAC Report Despite the difficult relationship between the United States and Russia, both countries have an interest in preventing the outbreak of new conflicts in Europe and in ameliorating the risks from existing conflicts in Ukraine, Syria, and Afghanistan. Addressing these challenges in a constructive way will require a degree of cooperation between Washington and Moscow. Yet the political realities in both countries and the wider context of U.S.-Russian confrontation make such cooperation...

27.03.2019

Munich Security Report 2019: Who Is to Blame and What to Do?

The conclusion is clear: to preserve the liberal world order by all means, to rationalize United States policy, and to isolate Russia and China or make them return to their usual roles. But a return of the old order of post-bipolar times is unlikely Andrey Kortunov: Why the World is Not Becoming ...

14.02.2019

The Future of Liberal World Order Discussed at Friedrich Naumann Foundation

... event, participants discussed current threats to the liberal principles of international relations established by the UN Charter, the Helsinki Act, the Paris Charter for a New Europe and other fundamental documents. Among the main threats to the liberal world order participants named the rise of nationalism and populism in nation states around the world, the growing number of armed conflicts, the destruction of fundamental international treaties, the new wave of the arms race. The participants also proposed ...

12.02.2019

On Russia’s Power: is Winter Coming?

Presentation at the Fifth Abu Dhabi Strategic Debate, November 11. On November 11–12, 2018, Abu Dhabi hosted the fifth annual expert meeting within the strategic dialog organized by Emirates Policy Center with the support of the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Traditionally the event gathers a large number of specialists in international relations, regional security, and Middle Eastern issues. Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, made a speech at the session devoted to the role of Russia in...

13.11.2018

U.S. Withdrawal From the INF Treaty and the End of the Bilateral Era

Perhaps the term “arms control” itself should be revised Could the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty have been saved? No doubt. American and Russian experts have long discussed allegations of treaty violations in great detail, and there is no shortage of proposals on resolving compliance concerns and giving the treaty a new lease on life. Washington and Moscow are not likely to face any unprecedented security threats that would require the immediate deployment of intermediate-range...

26.10.2018

RIAC Takes Part in TRT World Forum in Turkey

... year's topic is "Envisioning Peace and Security in a Fragmented World." The two-day event included about twenty open and closed sessions with a total of more than 500 participants. The main topics of the sessions were the transformation of the world order, the rise of the global South and its participation in global governance, the role of regional powers in resolving international conflicts, the role of media in a fragmented world, international cooperation in the fight against terrorism, ...

08.10.2018

Russia in the Emerging World Discussed at Stanford University

On October 3, Hoover Institution held a roundtable "Governance in an Emerging New World" focused on Russia at Stanford University On October 3, Hoover Institution held a roundtable "Governance in an Emerging New World" focused on Russia at Stanford University. This is the first event in a series aimed at promoting discussion and thinking on the governance challenges posed by rapid demographic, technological and societal change around the globe. The series is convened by the...

05.10.2018

Andrey Kortunov Gives a Public Lecture in Oslo on the Crisis of Trust in Relations between Russia and the West

On September 28, 2018, Andrey Kortunov RIAC Director General was giving a public lecture at Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), Oslo, focusing on "Global Disorder and Distrust: the Collapse of Trust between Russia and the West." On September 28, 2018, Andrey Kortunov RIAC Director General was giving a public lecture at Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI), Oslo, focusing on "Global Disorder and Distrust: the Collapse of Trust between Russia and the...

30.09.2018
 

Poll conducted

  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
    Demilitarization of the region based on Russia-China "Dual Freeze" proposal  
     36 (35%)
    Restoring multilateral negotiation process without any preliminary conditions  
     27 (26%)
    While the situation benefits Kim Jong-un's and Trump's domestic agenda, there will be no solution  
     22 (21%)
    Armed conflict still cannot be avoided  
     12 (12%)
    Stonger deterrence on behalf of the U.S. through modernization of military infrastructure in the region  
     4 (4%)
    Toughening economic sanctions against North Korea  
     2 (2%)
 
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