John Mearsheimer: We are Moving to a Multipolar World with Three Great Powers
John Mearsheimer, Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago talks about why Russia and the United States are not bound to stay on the top of the headlines forever as China rises.
Sabine Fischer: Crisis in Russia-EU Relations Is a Medium-Term Phenomenon
According to Sabine Fischer, Head of Eastern Europe and Eurasia division, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), the Russia-EU relations are at a very difficult state
Farhad Mammadov on Azerbaijan's Strategic Vision
Farhad Mammadov, Director of the Center for Strategic Studies under the President of Azerbaijan, speaks about basic principles of the Azerbaijan's foreign policy and the country's prospects
Andrew Kuchins on Difficulties in Repairing Russian-US Relations
Andrew Kuchins, Senior Fellow and Research Professor at the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies (CERES) in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, talks
Thabo Mbeki: Multipolarity Requires Restructuring of International Institutions
According to Thabo Mbeki, former president of the Republic of South Africa, there is no more unipolar or bipolar world. We should restructure international institutions that reflect the
Huang Jing: Russia Plays a Key Role in the Eurasia Project
According to Huang Jing, Lee Foundation Professor on U.S-China Relations, Director, Centre on Asia and Globalization, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, today we
Heinz Fischer on EU, Russia and the Future of Europe
Former Federal President of Austria (2006-2016) Heinz Fischer talks about the prospects for normalization of ties between Russia and the European Union, the future of European cohesiveness and
US-China-Russia Strategic Triangle and the New World Order. Role of China
Fu Ying, Chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National People's Congress of China, and Fyodor Lukyanov, Research Director of the Valdai Discussion Club, discuss presumable
Thomas Graham on Overcoming US-Russia Tensions and Deadlock
Thomas Graham, Professor at Yale University and Vice President and Managing Director of Kissinger Associates, explains why the US elections may not influence Russia-US relations as much as many would
Ruslan Yunusov on the Development of Technologies: The Future From Sci-Fi Novels…
The world is changing, and it's changing very fast. In the near future, internet technologies will spread to every part of our lives. "How will it happen? What will interaction between man,
Andrew Futter: Cyber Threats as New Challenges to Strategic Nuclear Balance
In the past few decades, cyber threats have become an increasingly important aspect of national and international security.  Nowhere is this threat more acute than in the safe and secure
Unpredictability and Uncertainty Reign in the Middle East
Why has the Sykes-Picot system proved to be unviable? Is it possible to overcome the nation state and identity crisis that swept the Middle East? What is the role of third forces in the Middle East