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Russia’s relations with Western industrial economies: a real aggravation or a farcical cold war?

2 March 2007 at 18.00 the Center for Comprehensive International and European Studies, together with the Club of experts on world politic economy, the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy and the journal “Russia in Global Affairs” arranged a round table

2 March 2007 at 18.00 the Center for Comprehensive International and European Studies, together with the Club of experts on world politic economy, the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy and the journal “Russia in Global Affairs” arranged a round table 

“Russia’s relations with Western industrial economies: a real aggravation or a farcical cold war?”

Leading Russian experts, politicians, politologists and representatives of foreign embassies in Moscow participated in the round table. The students, postgraduates and teachers of the Higher School of Economics and other universities, interested in issues of world and domestic economy also took part in the discussion. The discussion was moderated by S. Karaganov, Dean of the faculty of World Economics and International Affairs of the State University Higher School of Economics.

The round table took place in the State University Higher School of Economics (11, Pokrovsky boulevard, 313-G).