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The XVI Diplomatic Seminar of Young Experts opened in Moscow in a hybrid format

Today, on May 24, the Gorchakov Fund is opening the XVI Diplomatic Seminar of Young Experts, which will be taking place in a hybrid  format.

During the event, participants from 11 countries will discuss architecture of international security, events in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, South Caucasus and Central Asia; they will review major conflicts in the Asia-Pacific regions, problems of digitization and preservation of historic memory.

The following experts confirmed their participation:

  • Dr. Victor Mizin, diplomat, Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Euro-Atlantic Security, Institute of International Studies, MGIMO University of Russia;

  • Dr. Alexey Tokarev, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of International Studies, MGIMO University of Russia;

  • Dr. Vasily Kashin, Leading Research Fellow at the Center of Strategic Problems of Northeast Asia, SCO and BRICS, Institute of Far Eastern Studies RAS, Head of the Sector for International Military-Political and Military-Economic Problems at the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies at HSE, RIAC member;

  • Sergey Palagin, Director of the Center for Analysis and Forecasting of the Commonwealth Integration Processes;

  • Dr. Kerim Has, expert in international and Russian-Turkish relations;

  • Alexander Losev, member of the Presidium of the Council for Foreign and Defense Policy, Director General of Sputnik Asset Management;

  • Dr. Alexey Fenenko, Associate Professor at the Department of International Security, Faculty of World Politics, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Information about the XV Diplomatic Seminar is available here

The Diplomatic Seminar of Young Experts is a research and educational program and a youth platform for an open dialogue on the issues of cooperation in international relations, economy, law, public diplomacy and history. The project, which has been implemented since 2012, gathers an audience of over 400 professionals and experts from 30 neighboring countries and beyond. For many of them, participation in the project served as a good professional incentive for further research and social activities.