On June 28th, 2021, Fyodor Lukyanov, Editor-in-Chief of Russia in Global Affairs magazine, took part in Keynote Panel of the Monterey Summer Symposium on Russia, titled “The World: 2021”.
- Richard Haass (keynote speaker)
Dr. Richard Haass is a veteran diplomat, a prominent voice on American foreign policy, and an established leader of nonprofit institutions. He is in his eighteenth year as president of the Council on Foreign Relations and an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, publisher, and educational institution dedicated to being a resource to help people better understand the worldand the foreign policy choices facing the United Statesand other countries.
Thomas Gomart was appointed director of the French Institute of International Relations — Ifri after serving as director of strategic development from 2010 to 2015 and founding and directing Ifri’s Russia / NIS Center from 2004 to 2013. Thomas Gomart holds a PhD in the History of International Relations from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and an EMBA from HEC(Paris).
Fedor Lukyanov is chairman of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, theoldest Russian NGOproviding expertise in the foreign policy field, and editor-in-chief of Russia in Global Affairs, a journal published in Russian and English with participation of Foreign Affairs. He is also a research director at the International Valdai discussion club and a member of the Presidium of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC).
- Dongxiao Chen
Dongxiao Chen is the president of Shanghai Institute for International Studies (SIIS). Dr. Chen specializes in the studies of United Nations, China’s foreign policy and China-U.S. relations. He has led numerous research projects commissioned by China National Foundation of Social Sciences Studies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Finance, and Taiwan Affairs Office of State Council. Dr. Chen has published extensively on the UN reform and China’s multilateral diplomacy.
- Tao Xie
Professor Tao Xie is the dean of the School of International Relations and Diplomacy, Beijing Foreign Studies University. He holds a PhD in political science from Northwestern University. Professor Xie’s primary research interests are American politics and China-U.S. relations. He has published extensively in both English and Chinese, including most recently “In the Shadow of Strategic Rivalry: China, America, and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank,” in the Journal of Contemporary China. He is an adjunct professor at the Australia-China Relations Institute, Universityof Technology Sydney.
- Jade McGlynn
Dr. Jade McGlynn is the director of research at the Henry Jackson Society, where she previously worked as a research fellow specializing in Russian political cultureand foreign relations. Prior to joining HJS, Jade worked as a lecturer and researcher at the University of Oxford.