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On May 19, 2019, an article by ISCRAN Director, Doctor of Historical Sciences, was published V.N. Garbuzova “Will the United States leave the policy of open blocking of Russia.”

On May 19, 2019, an article by the Director of ISCRAN, Doctor of Historical Sciences, was published in the appendix ‘Diplomatic Courier’ of the Independent Newspaper. V.N. Garbuzova “Will the United States leave the policy of open blocking of Russia.”
The text of the article can be found here.

The collective report of the Russian Council on International Affairs “The road map of Russian-American relations” was published. The authors of the team include members of ISCRAN: Doct. east. Sci., Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences Rogov; Doct. econ.nauk V.B. Supyan; and etc.

The report is the result of the work of leading Russian and American experts. The main idea of ​​the report is that even in an atmosphere of geopolitical tension and mutual distrust, Russia and the United States should cooperate. And not only in those areas where global security depends on their interaction, but also in a wider range of areas in which concrete joint actions are no less important for the normalization of relations between the two countries and for preventing future conflicts. The report analyzes the prospects for Russian-American cooperation in such important regions and areas as the Arctic. Middle East, economy, energy, Euro-Atlantic security, strategic stability, cybersecurity, fight against terrorism and extremism. The report suggests practical recommendations for establishing cooperation in each of the areas.
The opinions expressed in the report reflect solely the personal views and research positions of the authors and may not coincide with the point of view of the Nonprofit Partnership Russian Council on International Affairs.

More information about the report here

The full text of the report is published on the Internet portal of the INF Treaty. You can download it by direct link – russiancouncil.ru/report3Q

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