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RUSSIAN-AMERICAN SUMMIT IN GENEVA US-Russia Presidential Joint Statement on Strategic Stability Who Is Mr. Biden? A Question Still Unanswered Even After the Geneva SummitO. Karpovich, N. Tretyakov The Rise and Fall of Russian-American Relations: An Overview of Events in Recent Decades Before GenevaA. Savoysky WORLD ISSUES The Role of WHO in the First Year of […]
HUMANKIND has found itself in a rather deplorable state in 2021. The coronavirus pandemic as a new global threat has exacerbated existing risks and challenges. The economic depression that has affected the world, coupled with social problems and the inability of states to effectively protect their citizens, has revealed a systemic crisis of the existing […]
The Role of Economic Diplomacy in the System of International RelationsA. Naryshkin WORLD ISSUES The Impact of Financial Globalization on the Formation of the European Economic and Monetary UnionA. Kuznetsov, V. Pishchik Brexit Opens Pandora’s Box: What the Separatists’ Victory Means for Britain and EuropeV. Mikheyev ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific and Skyrocketing US-Chinese TensionsV. […]
Humanity is going through a painful process of deglobalization. Whether this process is inevitable or not (and if not, then who is responsible for it) is a matter of debate. In any case, the global financial crisis of 2008-2009 and the postcrisis period of 2010-2013 made it abundantly clear that globalization’s linear development, to say […]
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s Message of Greetings on Diplomats’ DayS. Lavrov WORLD ISSUES Russia’s Human Rights Priorities at UN AgenciesS. Vershinin Human Security as a Global ProblemYu. Sayamov International Financial Organizations’ Efforts to Counter the Spread of the Coronavirus Pandemic and Help Affected CountriesR. Marshavin, A. Sokolov Environmental Problems in the Arctic: An International […]
The year 2020 left behind difficult memories and numerous questions about the future. It was the year of the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory, and the establishment of the Yalta-Potsdam system of international relations, the UN and UNESCO – a milestone year highlighting the mounting danger of global confrontation. It was a year of discoveries […]
WORLD ISSUES Collaboration Between Intelligence Services in the Present-Day World: Challenges and IssuesS. Naryshkin Europe Between the U.S. and ChinaS. Trush On the Current Migration Situation in the European Union: The Example of GermanyA. Nadezhdin Kyoto-2: The Lame Duck of West European Cultural Diplomacy. Lessons Learned From the International Climate ProcessO. Shamanov BRICS: The Pluralism of […]
Seeking to ensure their national interests, states have traditionally taken advantage of opportunities offered by what is known as intelligence diplomacy, involving official bilateral or multilateral collaboration between foreign intelligence services. Foreign intelligence services have accumulated considerable experience in working together in various areas, and this applies not only to allied countries. This experience conclusively […]
COVID-19 Statement by the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia and the President of the Russian Federation 75 Years of the United NationsS. Lavrov AMERICAN VECTOR American AbsurditiesM. Taratuta The U.S.: Great Depression 2.0V. Vasilyev WORLD ISSUES Non-Aligned Status for United Germany: A Missed ChanceA. Bogachev, V. Chumakov Prospects […]
I am prepared to assert that there is no idea so wonderful that it cannot be brought to the point of absurdity, or even turned into its exact opposite. Worse yet, lots of wonderful ideas often just end up reaching an ignominious end.