“A year ago, the results of the EU referendum turned out as a surprise to many. The word Brexit has become synonymous with political unexpectedness. Since then, the features of a serious and profound transformation of the West political systems built on the foundation of the partisan system have clearly manifested. Probably the time has come to ask some questions about their crisis.
The NATO summit in Brussels was marked by strong anti-Russian rhetoric
“Manchester Arena terror attack with numerous casualties is a monstrous and indefensible act. This act of violence against innocent people once again recalls us that the international community must combine efforts in the fight against the plague of the 21st century – terrorism.
47-year-old Mayor of Le Havre Edouard Philippe began his political career in the ranks of the Socialist party, but later joined the “Union for the Presidential Majority”, which in 2015 became the party “The Republicans”.
Director of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies Mikhail Fradkov commented on the outcome of the Beijing international Belt and Road Forum:
Director of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies Mikhail Fradkov commented on the Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting in Fairbanks, Alaska:
The season of political struggle in the Fifth Republic is not over
The lecture of Adviser RISS Director E. Suponina, represented at the Middle East Institute of the National University of Singapore, aroused great interest among specialists. The event was dedicated to the explanation of Russia’s policy in the Middle East. As Director of the Middle East Institute Mr. Insan Ho noted, this is extremely important in the context of Russia’s role in the region and the general problem of fighting terrorism, which also affected the countries of Asia.
Escalation of tensions in the Asia-Pacific region, near the Korean Peninsula in particular, is a major focus of interest of international research centres and experts.
The Russian Institute for Strategic Studies, headed by M. Fradkov, changes its structural organization. It is concentrated on two main areas of Institute’s activity: regional studies and social, economic, and political-military studies.