Publications

05.04.2016. Главный российский товар – безопасность


11.03.2016. 2015: Global Tendencies and Russian Policies
  The Russian elite have realized that the country will have to live in a new reality that differs from the past rosy dreams of integration with the West, while preserving its independence and sovereignty. Yet they have not yet used the confrontation and the growth of patriotism for an economic revival.
THE WORLD IS IN PRE-WAR STATE
  Faced with a crisis, the Russian authorities are trying to convince their people that all of Russia’s troubles come from abroad, but its main battles are also won there. Sergei Karaganov, Dean of the School of World Economics and International Affairs at the National Research University—Higher School of Economics, in an interview to The New Times offers his proof...

29.12.2015. A turn to Asia: the history of the political idea
  Sergei Karaganov Dean of the School of International Economics and Foreign Affairs of the  National Research University Higher School of Economics, Honorary Chairman...

26.10.2015. The Eurasian Promise
The Eurasian Promise China’s Westward Turn to Benefit Russia    The latest meetings of the CIS heads of state and the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council, held in Astana on October 16-17, irradiated plans to link the Eurasian Economic Union with the Silk Road Economic Belt and with efforts to develop cooperation in Central Asia, including in the military-political field. The leaders...

17.09.2015. No easy solutions. On perspectives of the Russian-European Relations
The current crisis in Russia-West relations is commonly blamed on Russia’s actions in Crimea, Donbass and Ukraine in general. But its roots go much deeper. And it may have much more serious consequences in the long term. The situation may not only evolve into a full-blown armed clash, the probability of which I hope is declining, political confrontation or truncated economic ties. But it may also...

17.09.2015. A Eurasian Solution for Europe’s Crises
  MOSCOW – More than 18 months after former President Viktor Yanukovych was driven from power (and into exile), the crisis in Ukraine is at a stalemate. Crimea has been reabsorbed by Russia (in what many consider an annexation); much of eastern Ukraine is held by pro-Russia rebels; and relations between the West and Russia are more tense than at any time since...

03.06.2015. A 21st Century Vienna Concert
The year 2015 is a year of many jubilees – 70 years since the Great Victory and the end of the Second World War; 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent unification of Germany; and 40 years since the signing of the Helsinki Final Act and the subsequent creation of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. These events have overshadowed the glorious jubilee – the 200th anniversary of the victory over Napoleon in the European war and...

24.05.2015. Eurasian Way Out of the European Crisis
I have already written before that having emerged from the Cold War, Europe lost the post-war peace. The continent is on the verge of strategic degradation that may either become a caricature of military-political division into opposing blocs or a time of disquieting uncertainty. The military-political conflict over Ukraine can escalate as well. Europe is sinking into an internal crisis as its 500-year global dominance is drawing to an end. Following the end of the two-bloc period...

20.02.2015. Europe: A Defeat at the Hands of Victory?
Having won the Cold War (perhaps largely due to the courage of the Russian people who threw off a communist dictatorship and were prepared to take risks), Europe seems to be losing the peace. The region is entering the next stage of international relations disunited and weakened, and poised for a confrontation or maybe even a large-scale...

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