The Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund
Gevorg Mirzayan: CNN was not given the floor
Congratulations to Sergei Prikhodko with his anniversary!
What challenges will face a new head of the Department of State? A perspective from the U.S.
Ivan Preobrazhensky: Europe is on the watch for the future
The anti-Russian party in Europe is getting ready to change the course
Congratulations to National Youth Council of Russia with its 25th anniversary!
Fedor Lukyanov: A new system of relations among countries will pose a challenge for Russia
The biggest challenge for a new head of the Department pf State – is the U.S. policy in the world, writes National Interest.
Ambassador of Vatican to Russia: It is important to develop common perception with your people
Archbishop Celestino Migliore answers questions of IA REGNUM.
The Ochakov crisis: public diplomacy in 1791
How 225 years ago Ambassador of the Russian Empire in London Count Vorontsov used a mechanism of public diplomacy.
A perspective from the U.S.: New York Daily News has crossed the red line
New York Daily News approves the murder of the Russian ambassador… and of the American one, writes Eduard Lozansky, President of American University in Moscow.
A change of eras is taking place within western elites – an opinion
Resignations by the prime ministers of Italy and France symbolize a change of power, which is common for the West, writes VZGLYAD.
Italy is becoming another European problem – mass media
European turbulence is increasing – Italy is losing its political balance, writes VZGLYAD.
Advisor to Tsipras: Greece will not participate in a “cold war” against Russia
Russia is taking a friendly course in relations with Greece, and Greece is responding the same way, stated Dimitrios Velanis.
El Economista: The West is facing a decline
Russia and China would like to establish the largest space for free trade in the world, writes a Spanish publication.
The Strategist: In the world of Trump the EU will end up alone
The new head of the White House will be more gentle with his opponents then with allies, writes a U.S. publication.
A perspective from across the ocean: Will Russia stop being the “favorite enemy” of the U.S.?
Donald Trump will try building safe relations with the Kremlin, believes political scientist Philip Stewart.