Can liberalism offer individuals, society, church and religion a reliable way to coexist and cooperate? Friedrich Naumann Foundation and the European Dialogue Expert Group organised a round table discussion in order to find an answer to this question bringing together scientists, journalists, European politicians, theologians, and ministers of various religions. We launch a series of publications on the results of the this round table with the first one focusing on the problem setting.
Russia is no longer an empire, however it is not a civic nation yet. How far has Russia gone to become one? For details please refer to our article
The European Dialogue Expert Group is preparing to publish a book on liberalism and concepts of freedom in XXI century. Over the course of this year leading economists, political and social scientists have been discussing processes which are unfolding in liberal states as well as challenges faced by them. Within a string of four publications we would like to offer you one of the chapters of this book, in which Emil Panin and Vladimir Ryzhkov discuss the scope of liberal and nationalistic ideas in modern world
The European Dialogue Expert Group is working on a book on liberalism and idea of freedom in XXI century. Over the course of this year leading economists, political and social scientists have been discussing processes which are unfolding in liberal states as well as challenges faced by them. Please find below one chapter from this book describing the crisis of liberal democracy.
It’s not just about the institutions. Why you should not expect any economic breakthroughs from the countries of Eastern Partnership
In October Higher School of Economics, Yegor Gaidar Foundation, and Polish Center of Eastern Research held a round table discussion “Internal and external aspects of regional politics. A view both from Poland and Russia”. The European Dialogue Expert Group supported the round table and asked Ivan Lubimov, RANEPA, researcher, who participated in this discussion from Russia to share his views on what influences catching-up economies in the long run
The European Dialogue Expert Group and the Moscow office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation on September 28 held another meeting from the Liberal Agenda in the 21st Century cycle. The debate which involved Russian and European experts was dedicated to prospects of liberalism in modern Russia. We publish the theses of the presentation of the first speaker at the meeting, Vladimir Gelman, a political scientist and professor of the European University in St Petersburg and the Helsinki University
We publish one chapter from a future book on liberalism, which looks deeper into how well modern economy is doing whilst its underlying liberal ideas are undermined by a crisis
On some reasons for the lack of a legal nature of the state in post-Soviet Russia and the prospects for the creation of a legal state
On February 27, 2018, the third anniversary of assassination of Boris Nemtsov, prominent Russian politician, social activist and true citizen, Sakharov centre in Moscow hosted a scientific conference on matters of building a state governed by the rule of law in Russia. Leading Russian legal experts, historians, sociologists, liberal politicians and social activists reviewed a number of key aspects related to the future of the rule of law in Russia. Mikhail Krasnov, doctor of law, in his address defined three reasons, which until now have resulted in Russia failing to build a law-governed state and also offered three measures to remediate the situation
“The European Dialogue” expert group is getting ready to publish a book on liberalism and the idea of freedom in the 21st century. Leading economists, social and political scientists have for a year been discussing various processes, which are currently underway in liberal states and challenges faced by these states. One chapter from a future book on liberalism, in which federalism and decentralization in Russia, EU, and USA is explored.
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