Publications

27.12.2011. A revolutionary chaos of the new world
The world is getting more troublesome and increasingly challenging right before our eyes An unscientific name for the current – and future – state of the world is “jolly dismay.” It is jolly for the people and countries that will prove capable of adjusting themselves to and taking the lead amidst swift changes, as well as making gains on the incessant transformation of the world. For those incapable of re-adjusting to this transformation, it is...

14.12.2011. Guest post: Russia needs the Brics
Many traits in Russian contemporary development cause me grave concern. Systemic corruption, for example; weak institutions; the manipulation of politics by an authoritarian leadership; and the economy’s excessive dependence on energy exports. But as a seasoned observer, who witnessed Russia surviving several crises, I am tired of panicking. I believe that Russia has a future as long as there is at least some political and economic modernization. And this future depends on...

27.09.2011. Hotel Europe: Guests and Permanent Partners
Sergei Karaganov, dean of the School of World Economics and International Affairs, National Research University–Higher School of Economics, chairman of the Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy; Andrzej Olechowski, former Foreign Minister of Poland; Horst Teltschik, former Foreign Policy and Security Adviser to Chancellor Helmut Kohl Nobody seems to be interested in the fate of one Europe anymore. A severe debt...

02.09.2011. The World in More Chaos
The overwhelming majority of the governing, speaking and writing class in Russia is busy discussing who will become the next president. This occupation allows the ruling class to resort to ostrich tactics and ignore problems piling up both in and outside of Russia. The ever-growing snowball of extremely difficult challenges coming from abroad are even more complicated than domestic ones. The world is plunging into uncontrolled and incomprehensible changes, and some key players seem...

03.08.2011. The Judgment Century
Sergey Karaganov Head of the Historical Memory Working Group at the Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights under the President of Russia     Mikhail Fedotov Chairman of the Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights under the President of Russia   What Truth About the Past Can Change the...

22.07.2011. Look East, Russia
  Over the past 18 months, Russia’s relations with Asia have begun to improve. Both President Dmitri Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin have repeatedly pointed to the need for an economic turn to Asia. Dozens of protocols and agreements on new projects have been signed with China. Some are already up and running. Nevertheless, Russia has yet to devise a long-term and comprehensive Asian strategy. The main force holding Russia back is, to put it bluntly,...

30.06.2011. Russia’s Asian Strategy
For some Russians economic movement towards Asia spells deviation from the European way of development and closer relations with Europe. For the past four years or so, in all sorts of analytical reports and speeches I have been criticizing Russian policy in Asia for the lack of initiative for linking this country to the Asian economic locomotive. In the meantime, the United States, Latin America and – in many respects – Europe have attached themselves to this engine quite...

27.05.2011. "Window of Opportunity"
Article by Sergey Karaganov, dean of the Faculty of World Economics and Politics at the National Research University-Higher School of Economics: "Standing Still in Front of a 'Window of Opportunity'" By the Spring, Russian-American relations had reached a frontier. They had normalized. The Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty had been signed. The grand presidential commission with its proliferating subcommissions had started work. They are generating a positive momentum:...

27.04.2011. MAD No More?
MOSCOW – Two years ago this month in Prague, US President Barack Obama put forward his visionary idea of the world free of nuclear weapons. A year ago, a new strategic arms treaty between Russia and the US was signed in the same city. Now the worldwide wave of support for a full ban on nuclear weapons, or “nuclear zero,” is being transformed into a debate about nuclear deterrence. Indeed, the four American strategists who first called for “nuclear zero”...

12.04.2011. On the Perpetuation of the Memory of the Victims of the Totalitarian Regime and on National Reconciliation
This is the name of a project prepared by the Historical Memory Working Group at the Presidential Council on Civil Society and Human Rights. The documents have been submitted to the President and are now being studied. The texts are available at the websites of Rossiiskaya Gazeta ( www.rg.ru ). Those, who want to contribute their comments, please, send to the www.rg.ru . The program was prepared and is being further developed by...

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