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Russia's New Foreign Policy Concept

30 April 2013 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Chatham House, London

Participants

Alexander Lukin, Vice Rector for Research and International Affairs, Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Federation
Ivan Safranchuk, Deputy Director, Institute of Contemporary International Studies, Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Federation
Tatiana Zakaurtseva, First Vice-Rector, Institute of Contemporary International Studies, Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Federation

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Overview

Russia's new Foreign Policy Concept, published in February 2013, provides only a partial glimpse into the Kremlin's foreign policy thinking. The Concept emphasizes some areas of apparent interest, such as Europe, without providing details. The document undoubtedly highlights Russia's aim to be a more prominent actor on the international scene. The aim of this event is to cross-question experienced Russian experts on how, if at all, the new Concept is going to influence Kremlin's foreign policy, in particular Russia's relations with the US, Asia-Pacific and Central Asia. 

Attendance is by invitation only.

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