New Regional Dynamics in the Eastern Mediterranean?
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Fyodor A. Lukyanov

Editor-in-Chief of Russia in Global Affairs, Chairman of the Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, and Research Director of the Valdai Discussion Club. Research Professor, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow.

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Online Seminar

On December 21, 2020, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and School of Asian Studies of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs at National Research University Higher School of Economics was held an online seminar “New Regional Dynamics in the Eastern Mediterranean?”, featuring, among others, Fyodor Lukyanov, Editor-in-Chief of Russia in Global Affairs.

New Regional Dynamics in the Eastern Mediterranean?
Online Seminar

The topic was discussed at the seminar on the competitive and inclusive approaches to security in the Eastern Mediterranean, opportunities and limitations for Turkey’s foreign policy activization, implications of the new US administration policy regarding the Eastern Mediterranean for the regional dynamics.

Speakers:

  • Fyodor Lukyanov, Research Professor, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, NRU HSE; Editor-in-Chief of Russia in Global Affairs; RIAC Member
  • Riccardo Redaelli, Director, Center for Research on the Southern System and Wider Mediterranean (CRiSSMA) of the Catholic University of the S. Heart
  • Massimiliano Trentin, Associate Professor, Department of Political and Social Sciences, University of Bologna

Moderator:

  • Andrey Chuprygin, Senior Lecturer, School of Asian Studies, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, NRU HSE, RIAC Expert

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