VI Конвент Российской Ассоциации Международных Исследований (РАМИ)

VI RISA CONVENTION

 

RUSSIA AND THE WORLD AFTER THE GLOBAL CRISIS

«Caucasian geopolitical configuration and the global crisis: scenario variants»

Section Chair: Degoev Vladimir Vladimirovich, PhD (history), professor, Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy, Director, Center of Caucasian Studies, Institute for International Studies, MGIMO-University

Section Co-Chair: professor Zakharov v. A.

This section will discuss the following issues:

1.Caucasian states and the potential of conflicts, provoked by the global crisis
2.Priorities of Russian policy in Caucasian region: constants and trends
3.Caucasian vectors in international strategies of Iran and Turkey: intensity, results, perspectives
4.Caucasian ruling elites and the West: what do they need from each other?

Accepted papers:

1.Degoev V. V. , PhD (history), professor, Director, Center of Caucasian Studies, Institute for International Studies, MGIMO-University «Caucasus and western projects of division of the post-soviet legacy»
2.Panin Victor Nikolaevich, PhD (politics), professor, Director, Research Institute of strategic studies of Piatigorsk state linguistic University. «US strategy in the Caucasus»
3.Zakharov v. A., PhD (history), professor, State University of Pedagogy Linguistics, senior researcher, Institute for International Studies, MGIMO-University. «Iran’ challenge to the West and perspectives of military conflict»
4.Sanakoev Inal Borisovich, PhD (politics), primary researcher, SOIGSI, Vladikavkaz. «NATO enlargement in the Southern Caucusus»
5.Rachia Arzumanian, independent political scientist (Armenia). «Armenia-Turkey relationship through the prism of regional security system in the Southern Caucasus»

Draganov Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, researcher, Scientific and Research Institute for strategic studies, Piatigorsk state Linguistic University. «Issues of regional cooperation in the Caucasus in conditions of the global crisis: particulars and scenarios (on the cases of Russia, Iran and Turkey)».

 
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