Vasily Kashin, Senior Research Fellow at Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CCEIS), published the article called «The Current Crisis in Sino-US relations: How Deep Can It Be? », available on the web-site of online-magazine «The ASAN Forum»
Timofey Bordachev, the Director at the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CCEIS), published the article «Russia in Central Asia: how to preserve security under the West’s strategic frivolity».
German Campus Verlag publishing house published a book “Multipolarity : The promise of disharmony”, edited by Peter W. Schulze.
VII International Russian-Chinese Summer School “Economic Instruments of Foreign Policy in the Modern World” July 6-13, 2017
Applications are accepted until May 7, 2017
Anastasia Likhacheva took part in Gateway Geoeconomic dialogue, 13-14 February 2017, Mumbai, India.
REPORT: RUSSIA, CHINA, AND USA IN CENTRAL ASIA: A BALANCE OF INTERESTS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR COOPERATION
New report of Valdai Club is published. It is devoted to Washington, Moscow, and Beijing holding significant resources for cooperating to provide elements of regional security in Central Asia.
The International Congress on Russia and Spain: Politics, Economics, Culture was the first to bring together leading Russian researchers on Spain and Spanish scholars representing various fields of the social sciences and humanities.
Call for Applications for The VI International Russian-Chinese Summer School 'The Role of Institutions in a New Architecture of Global Governance'
On June 30 – July 7, 2016 the VI International Russian-Chinese Summer School 'The Role of Institutions in a New Architecture of Global Governance' will take place. The event is organised by HSE Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs (Moscow) and East China Normal University (Shanghai).
Andrej Krickovic and Yuval Weber published a post on the blog "Order from Chaos" (The Brookings Institution). They argue that due to commitment problems and domestic political constraints, the United States and Russia will not be able to reach a sort of grand bargain to settle their differences. A new Cold War, they contend, is likely coming.
Dmitry Suslov, Deputy Research Director of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy (SVOP) and Deputy Director of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies, writes about global aspects of the new Russia-U.S. confrontation in "Russia in Global Affairs".