Agenda for Eurasia

What Went Wrong with Eurasian Integration and How to Fix It
14.11.2017
On January 1, 2018, Russia steps in as the chair of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council, the main political institution of the Eurasian Economic Union, and the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council

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Expert Opinions
Valdai Paper#77: Whose Liberal International Order? The Remaking of Eurasia and…
03.11.2017
Whilst the illusion that the liberal international order to be the steadfast and supreme one has been shattering, the rebirth of Eurasia as a rising hub of multilateral cooperation based on mutual

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Valdai Papers
Eurasia Archipelago. Prospects for a Continental Security Arrangement
01.11.2017
A key continent, Eurasia, could become a continent of cooperation in the 21st century. The Eurasian mainland is the longest and most densely populated landmass in the world, which contains key

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Priorities of the EAEU: Development of the Internal Market and Free Trade…
11.10.2017
On Wednesday, October 11, a meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council takes place in Sochi with the participation of the presidents of Eurasian Economic Union countries. In 2018, the

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Expert Opinions
New Rules of Globalization: China Is Changing Hierarchy of the Global Order
03.10.2017
Globalization as we knew it in the post-Cold War years has not ended, but a process of changing hierarchy within the global order is underway, believes Tony van der Togt, senior research fellow at the

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Expert Opinions
Eurasianism: In Search of Common Values
02.10.2017
Today, the role of Eurasianism lies in its practical applicability, but without a synthesis of common values basis this concept is extremely weak, according to the participants of the Valdai Club

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Club Events
Eurasia: Doomed to Division?
07.09.2017
The political events of the past few years give hope that Russia has shed its ambivalence and now sees itself as an independent development center rather than the periphery of Europe or Asia. But it

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Expert Opinions
A Regime With no Hegemon? Lessons from the West and Cooperation in Eurasia
29.08.2017
This summer, the US Congress approved, and President Donald J. Trump signed a bill that made economic warfare against Russia, Iran and the DPRK an integral part of US foreign policy. This time,

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Expert Opinions
Security of Macro-Regions?
01.08.2017
New partnerships in Asia and Eurasia are based on completely different principles, The reason is, among other things, the absence of an obvious dominant leader, the leader that would be able and also

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Expert Opinions
Russian-Chinese Exercises in the Baltic As an Element of a Changing World
24.07.2017
Every two years the Russian and Chinese Navy change place for drills across the oceans. Both countries assume certain responsibilities to guarantee maritime security and peace. Exercises in the Baltic

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Feng Shaolei

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Expert Opinions
Russia-China: An Alliance for Peace or War?
20.06.2017
The formal nature of Chinese-Russian relations should be separated from their national foreign policy agendas; the potential significance of a hypothetical Chinese-Russian alliance ought to be

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Expert Opinions
SCO Summit: Towards Regional Integration and New World Order
13.06.2017
Within the framework of the SCO, China continues to promote the One Belt, One Road initiative to develop business cooperation with interested countries and cooperation in the Eurasian economic space,

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Xing Guangcheng

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