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TODAY’S INTENSE CONFRONTATION between Russia and the West is causing increasing anxiety both among political experts and among ordinary people all over the world. Polemics between the two sides tend to be sharper than propaganda philippics of the Cold War era. 1 The euphoria of the 1990s over the “end of history” with the standoff […]
A PART OF THE WESTERN WORLD, Europe, however, has been very selective about alien cultures and civilizations; not a “melting pot” American style, it is paying dearly for this function imposed on it. The disagreements on the migration issues in the European corridors of power threaten the cohesion of the European Unity.
WORLD ISSUES Our Past and a Secure World Order TodayV. Kelin Yalta, Potsdam and Helsinki: Lessons of History as Reflected in Modern Political Agendas V. Yakunin BRICS: Results of the Russian Presidency and Development Vectors A. Lukashik Arctic Security: International Law Aspects A. Moiseev The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Key Points and Potential Effects G. Kostyunina, B. […]
RUSSIAN WORLD Rossotrudnichestvo Turns 90 L. Glebova Fifth World Congress of Compatriots Living Abroad K. Klimovsky “The Russian World Means a State of Heart and Mind” S. Filatov WORLD ISSUES The Great Geopolitical Revolution: Results So Far K. Brutents U.S. Policy in a Changing World A. Kortunov, A. Frolov Transatlantic Partnership Plan: Germany’s Position B. […]
TURBULENT DEVELOPMENTS in the middle of the second decade of the 21st century have demonstrated a phenomenon that is very significant for Russia and that one would have been somewhat embarrassed to write or talk about in the past but can and should today because the times have changed. Namely, these developments make it clear […]
THE CRISIS between Russia and the West is associated with Crimea and Russia’s actions in Donbass and Ukraine; in fact, it has deeper roots while its long-term repercussions might prove to be much graver than expected. A large-scale armed clash cannot be excluded even if this possibility is gradually reducing; we should be ready to […]
THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNITED NATIONS Making the World Stable and Safe S. Lavrov The UN: No Place for Jokes? G. Gatilov, V. Kikilo The Global Cooperative A. Gorelik Can We Restore the Harmony of Victorious 1945? A. Orlov Proposed Reforms of the UN Security Council D. Kikou WORLD ISSUES Russia and Europe: What […]
GOLDEN COLLECTION The New Global Development Agenda Helen Clark WORLD ISSUES The Last Geopolitical Game: The U.S. Begins and LosesS. Glazyev The Deglobalization of the World System L. Klepatsky The Greek Crisis: Who Is to Blame? What Is to Be Done? N. Platoshkin Evolution of the U.S. Position on China’s Role in Central Asia I. […]
CONTRARY TO THE PREDICTIONS made by Washington advocates, the disintegration of the USSR and the world socialist system did not lead to the end of history. Neither socialism nor the crisis of capitalism has disappeared.
Armen Oganesyan, Editor-in-Chief of International Affairs: Sergey Alekseyevich, over the past several months, the pace of international life has become extremely intense and evidently fast. What would you single out as the most important thing amid this mass of events? S. Ryabkov: The pace has certainly accelerated. I have no doubts about that. The most […]