Dr Sergey Utkin, the Head of the Strategic Assessment Section at the Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), analyzed what the political elite thinks about the “West” for the European Leadership Network.
Nominations of Academy Awards, world’s most prestigious cinema award, have recently been announced. European movies make it to the final shortlist every year. This year the nomination was won by “The Favourite” by Yorgos Lathimos. Usually European movies always stand out in shortlists for Foreign Language Film nomination. In recent years Russian films have also been short listed, however, as compared to European film industry its Russian peer produces considerably less films that catch the eye of the Academy Awards jury. Why so? We tried to answer this question and looked into what could be done to change the situation for the better
Is Restored Franco-German axis an opportunity or a threat? The euro: twenty years of anti-dollar struggle to no avail? “A fire in the house of Europe” - a worrying manifest of European intellectuals. Russia and nuclear deterrence: no agreement. Getting to digital market through open data. Please read our brief reviews on these topics in the January edition of the Euro-Digest
Our Group prepares the Euro-digest reviewing the most interesting articles and researches on European politics and relations between Russia and Europe. If you lack time to read long texts, we will give you the gist and key take-aways together with ideas how to use this information. Previous digests are also available for you to read
Tatiana Parkhalina talks about the need to continue a serious and substantial dialogue on the full range of issues of international and Euro-Atlantic security. There is simply no other option
Euro-digest. A collection of publications on Russia and Europe for the last two weeks of November (10.11.18 — 30.11.18)
In this issue you will find: the Yellow Vests, climatic neutrality, renewed governments, and the future of left parties in Europe. Our Group prepares the Euro Digest reviewing the most interesting articles and researches on European politics. If you lack time to read long texts, we will give you their gist and key take-aways
Lacking a strong partner. What kind of policy does Emmanuel Macron try to pursue in Europe and with Russia?
The European Dialogue Expert Group participated in Russia and EU in the world in transition workshop. We talked to Barbara Kunts, a participant of this workshop and researcher from French Institute of International Affaires about new vectors in the foreign policy of France which emerged after Emmanuel Macron won the elections
Euro Digest. A collection of publications on Russia and Europe for the last two weeks of October and beginning of November
The new issue of the Euro Digest: surprising results polling results in the European Parliament, the implications of Mrs Merkel's step down as party leader, populism as a systemic response to liberalism, election strategies of traditional parties, Britain’s chances for a better deal and more. If you lack time to read long texts, we will give you the gist and key take-aways
Strict regulation of alcohol sales have accustomed Russians to show passport whilst buying alcohol to confirm their legal drinking age. However, coming to a European country like Italy you can forget about this rule. At the same time Europeans tend to get very surprised that in Russia buying alcoholic drinks is hardly a problem despite all the restrictions. People from the Northern Europe are surprised the most as in their countries alcohol is normally sold in dedicated and often remotely located stores. Our Awareness Campaign column looks into the reasons for taking so different approaches to alcohol regulation and informal attitude to alcohol
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