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"25 years of fighting for truth": Experts discussed findings of the investigation of events in Sarajevo and Srebrenica in the 1990s
Myths about the second Suez Canal: The Gorchakov Fund and PORA hosted a roundtable on international importance of the Northern Sea Route
Neighbours on the northern islands: Conclusions of the Russian-Norwegian roundtable on the problems of Spitsbergen
The Vienna Convention on Cyberspace: The Gorchakov Fund hosted an expert discussion about the digital diplomacy phenomenon
The second wave of the pandemic in Germany: How does the civil society view the situation in the country?
Yelena Karnaukhova: Understanding “the new Great Game” in Central Asia allows to view the region in a pragmatic way
Vladimir Kozin: When and why will nuclear weapons be destroyed?
The Indo-Chinese border conflict as an incentive for reflections about the modern state of the world politics
Fulvio Scaglione: The U.S. is pushing Russia towards China in order to control Europe
Vladimir Kozin: “Defense Space Strategy” was approved in the U.S.
Romano Prodi: We and Europe / governmental structure and protection of businesses
Vladimir Kozin about the signs of resumption of nuclear testing in the U.S.
Vladimir Kozin: A decision was made in Washington to terminate another treaty on international security
COVID-19 in Germany: What measures can the government take?
BRICS and ASEAN in the era of the coronavirus
Polish people in the Immortal Regiment
Fulvio Scaglione: The Coronavirus. Who helps what?
Bakhtier Ergashev told about potential of integration processes in Central Asia
Washington has failed its leadership exam
About the situation in the world due to the new coronavirus
Fulvio Scaglione: General Kikot and the Russian plot
Thoughts on the coronavirus: Week 2
Yekaterina Algaer: Does the crisis in Germany open new opportunities?
Sergey Kukharenko: The pandemic may stimulate development of new methods of learning
What is the situation around the coronavirus in Germany?
Coronavirus: What is awaiting tourism?
Thoughts about the coronavirus
Stanislav Ksenzhik: Fellowship of the Red Army and the Polish People’s Army soldiers
Vladimir Kozin about the new U.S. military budget: its core and consequences
Pavel Shamarov: Problems of Modern Peacebuilding. Russia vis-a-vis NATO
Fulvio Saglione: Trump, Putin and the end of ISIS
Vladimir Kozin: New START Treaty does not include new advanced weapons of Russia
The U.S. threatens Iran with isolation: consequences for Armenia and its allies
“Is reduction of nuclear costs in the U.S. a possibility”?” – Vladimir Kozin, member of the Gorchakov Club
“The US has significantly lowered a threshold for use of nuclear weapons” - Vladimir Kozin, a member of the Gorchakov Fund
About certain results of the 8th UN ECOSOC Youth Forum in New York
The Gorchakov Fund shares articles by Irina Khrebet-Zaynetdinova
Summary of the week. March 4-10: Overview of events and expert assessments
Summary of the week. February 25-March 3: Overview of events and expert assessments
Summary of the week. February 18-24: Overview of events and expert assessments
The Munich Conference: “The Pan-European House needs refurbishment”
Alexander Rar gave an interview about trends of the Munich Conference
Summary of the week. February 4-10: Overview of events and expert assessments
Summary of the week. January 28-February 3: Overview of events and expert assessments
Summary of the week. January 21-27: Overview of events and expert assessments
Summary of the week. January 14-20: Overview of events and expert assessments
Summary of the week. January 7-13: Overview of events and expert assessments
A collection of papers based on results of a joint conference of the Gorchakov Fund and IRAS was published
Summary of the week. December 10-16: Overview of events and expert assessments
A speech by Italian journalist Fulvio Scaglione at the Dialogue in the Name of the Future-2018
Summary of the week: November 26-December 2. Overview of events and expert assessments
Summary of the week. November 19-25: Overview of events and expert assessments
Florin Luca: Titulescu’s Lessons
Summary of the week. November 5-11: Overview of events and expert assessments
Vladimir Putin: The volume of Moldovan wine in the Russian market is constantly growing
Summary of the week. October 22-28: Overview of events and expert assessments
Summary of the week. October 15-21: Overview of events and expert assessments
Andrey Bezrukov: Russia can be a world leader in justice
Summary of the week. October 8-14: Overview of events and expert assessments
Summary of the week. October 1-7: Overview of events and expert assessment
Summary of the week. September 24-30: Overview of events and expert assessments
About the Crimea and around: Notes by an Italian tourist
While the Moldovan government is looking to the West, wine is going to the East
Summary of the week. September 17-23: Overview of events and expert assessments
“Serving the Muses bears no… what?”. Experience of civil service in the Russian Empire
The way to a diplomat’s heart – through national cuisine: an interview with Leonid Gelibterman
Summary of the week of September 10-16: Overview of global events
Results of the week of September 3-9: a review of events and expert assessments
Alexander Konkov: Not everything has been “cemented” in Europe according to assessments from Russia
Time of people’s diplomacy. Head of the Summer Diplomacy School – about the project sponsored by the Gorchakov Fund
Akop Gabrielyan: The pillar of public diplomacy in Russia in consolidation of multi-vectorism
Honorary lecturer of the Russian-Chinese Summer School: “I would like to mention the constant support of the Gorchakov Fund”
Franco Frattini: The U.S.-Russian summit can become a beginning of lifting sanctions
Rizzat Yelyubayev: It is vital for the countries in Central Asia to present a united front
Fedor Lukyanov: The main question for the West is whether G7 will survive?
A new book by Alexey Fenenko on history of international relations came out
Alexander Wolters: We are interested in what Russian researchers think on regional integration
Akop Gabrielyan: Russia never hits first, but acts always in response: and here are 8 historical reasons why
A class for sad optimists. Mikhail Shvydkoy is summarizing results of the Potsdam Meetings
Alexander Konkov about US plans to develop mass media in Central Asia: “The soft power is working”
Florin Luca: Opinions about good neighborly relations between Romania and Russia
Dumitru Prunariu: Cooperation between Bucharest and Moscow has old traditions
Ulyana Bezhenar: A Contribution by the “South Slavic” Pupil of the Peter’s Nest into Development of the Balkan Policy of Russia and the Liberation Struggle of the Slavic Nations against the Turkish Depression in the 18th Century”
Victoria Arutyunyan: The Balkan problem before and now. What would have S. Raguzinsky said?
Vladislav Andreyev: Russia and the Balkans. How a personality makes history
A perspective from the Czech Republic: Collapse of the western liberal democracy is inevitable
Dmitry Kosyrev: If “stagnant power” exists
Mass media or social media? People do not know who to trust
Alexey Fenenko: The United States and Russia are moving towards closing the media space
Elena Sidorova: 2017. Russia through the eyes of the French
Rizzat Yelyubayev: Achieving consensus between Russia and countries of the post-Soviet space in evaluating the revolutionary events of 1917
Thomas Graham: Washington, DC and Moscow should balance their relations on the background of global chaos
The American massacre: what the tragedy in Charlottesville teaches us
Mass media: Back to Yugoslavia?
Konstantin Kosachev: The time for retaliation measures has come
European expert: a dialogue between Putin and Trump was more productive than the whole G20
Putin and Trump will “match strength” in Hamburg: western media about the G-20 summit
Expert: Uzbekistan cannot go back to full membership in CSTO
NI: America should quit the regime change policy
An opinion: Russia will win by reconciling India and China
Mass media: G7 has almost ceased to exist
A point of view from London: NATO on the edge of reevaluation and review of architecture of the block
Mass media: Germany will have to capitulate to the U.S. again
Orientalist: growth drivers have run low in China
Strategist: What does the victory of Hassan Rouhani mean for Iran and the world?
Ambassador: Spain and Russia should cooperate more closely in non-sanction industries
Timofey Borodachev: Immersion and interlinkage
Expert: While global leaders are arguing, terrorists are arming themselves
Sergey Lavrov: They should understand that the time of relations “student-instructor” has passed
Americanist: All that remains for Trump is just to make some noise
Brexit: A feast of European predators?
An Orientalist: the Bologna process
A perspective from France: The price for Macron’s victory will be known in summer
A perspective from Sweden: Restore a peaceful dialogue with Russia
Europe: asthenic syndrome
Results of the Turkish referendum: What has Erdogan achieved?
A perspective from Spain: Russia gets beaten and becomes stronger
Americanist: We will not be able to switch right away
Brexit: There is no sense to pretend that it is a happy day
Australia needs to stop following the U.S. – National Interest
Orientalist: DPRC and Syria cannot be compared
Experts: Trump has deepened the split
Mass media: They do not want Britain with Gibraltar to leave the EU
Mass media: North Pole neighbors cannot be chosen
Expert: The United Kingdom can repeat the fate of the USSR
Valentina Matviyenko: Development of an effective system of European security without Russia is impossible
Le Pen: The European Union will die because people do not need it anymore
Parliamentarian: Election of Dodon demonstrated Moldova’s support of rapprochement with Russia
Italian admiral: Refugees are brought to Europe by international NGOs
Germany and Trump: a dead-end of misunderstanding?
A point of view from Italy: It is good that Russia got back its greatness
A perspective from Sweden: it is time to restore contacts between sister-cities
A perspective from the U.S.: Why does everybody, except NATO, live happily with Russia?
A Polish rebellion in the European Union?
East Asia: Will Russia be able to make friends in Southeastern Asia?
A perspective from Spain: “Europe without borders” is dead
Polish government: The EU is in deep crisis
Mass media: Do the British want a “cold war”?
Expert: What should Russia expect from Emmanuel Macron?
NI: A demand to return Crimea to Ukraine is an example of American hypocrisy
A point of view from the Czech Republic: To move to constructive diplomacy
10 years since the Putin’s speech in Munich: they should have listened
A point of view from Norway: Crimea is Russia
Russian-Japanese relations and the Kurils. A perspective from Tokyo
Trump should take a balanced approach in relations with Iran – National Interest
Sergey Karaganov: The EU is challenging a much stronger partner in the name of Russia
Experts on events in Romania: Discontent was waiting for a reason
Ambassador in China: Cooperation of Moscow, Beijing and Washington, DC is needed and entirely possible
NI: What flaws of the U.S. foreign policy will Trump need to correct?
Europe: A new empire of Charles the Great or new Argentine?
Mass media: Baku, Yerevan and Tbilisi need “three different Trumps”
A point of view from France: Now is the time to turn right!
Orientalist: There are no madmen in Pyongyang or Seoul
Theresa May: To get Britain out of the EU in the harshest possible way
Nobody will be able to restore G8 – an opinion
National Interest: U.S. imperialism is harmful for them as well
Forbes: To leave the cold war behind
The Nation: What are U.S. accusations towards Russia fraught with?
A Bulgarian journalist: Lost the cold war together with Russia
Russophobia. Two centuries of “falsifications” - a perspective from Italy
What challenges will face a new head of the Department of State? A perspective from the U.S.
Ambassador of Vatican to Russia: It is important to develop common perception with your people
The Ochakov crisis: public diplomacy in 1791
A perspective from the U.S.: New York Daily News has crossed the red line
A change of eras is taking place within western elites – an opinion
Italy is becoming another European problem – mass media
Advisor to Tsipras: Greece will not participate in a “cold war” against Russia
El Economista: The West is facing a decline
The Strategist: In the world of Trump the EU will end up alone
A perspective from across the ocean: Will Russia stop being the “favorite enemy” of the U.S.?
Correction of US-Russian relations. A perspective from the US
A historian: Islamization of radicalism has taken place
Trump makes Europe put on boots – an opinion
Mass media: European diplomacy has failed a trump-test
“Soft power” of China and how to measure it
WSJ: Russia will get new allies after elections in Moldova and Bulgaria
Guardian: Why has the West made “an arch villain” out of Russia?
MFA of Serbia: If required to make a choice, we will stay with Russia and not with the EU
Will a trio become a quintet?
A point of view from overseas: The presidential elections have killed the US foreign policy
National Interest: The US foreign policy is threatened by American arrogance
Mass media: Great Britain starts falling down
Expert: The EU summit has demonstrated a change of heart of Europe towards Russia
British media: A visit by Patriarch Kirill was not political
Simonyan: RT will work despite its bank accounts being frozen in Great Britain
Guterres: Russia and the U.S. are key countries in the world, they need to get closer
An analyst: absence of a common policy towards Russia in the European countries raises fear
Konstantin Kosachev: Russia has become an object of disagreements between the government and the opposition in the West
The Strategist: Problems of multipolar Europe
Mass media: How can Moscow help Teheran?
An orientalist: We write the Kurils, but think China
The EU against Russia: Are new sanctions possible?
Mass media: Tokyo is not worried about the “Crimean issue”
Experts: Tashkent will not make “a vow” to anyone
In order to keep itself together, Europe needs to change - an opinion
Italy: The Russia’s strongest weapon is soft power
Mass media: Budapest is brawling, but staying in Europe
Mass media: Belarus has acted like a brother
Chatham House: The EU should either change or disappear
Schroder: Europe needs strong Russia, the U.S. – a weak one