Regional and Multilaterial Cooperation

As international tensions mount, issues of security in the Euro-Atlantic are pushed to the forefront, especially with the demise of the INF Treaty, the effective suspension of the New START, NATO’s expansion and ramped-up military budgets of its member states.
The project is designed to assess Russia’s interests in the Asia-Pacific, develop proposals for Russia’s efficient integration in the region, and yield a solution to the comprehensive issue of the development of Siberia and the Far East.
Project goals: analyze the interests of the Middle East states in intra-regional cooperation and in cooperation with Russia and other global players; forecast medium- and long-term trends in the development of international relations system in the Middle East, and elaborate recommendations for government agencies and other organizations.
Aim of the project — to elaborate proposals for development of international cooperation in the Arctic, considering the priorities of the Arctic Council, in collaboration with research centers based in the countries of the Arctic region as well as in extra-regional countries.
Project goals: analyze the interests of Russia, the countries of the Middle East and the EU, Asian countries and the USA in the countries of the African continent; determine strategic approaches of Russia's foreign partners to cooperation with African countries; perform mid- and long-term forecasting of trends in the development of international relations…
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