EURASIA on the edge: managing complexity

15 May 2017
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Department of Sociology and Social Research Jean Monnet Centre

International Conference

Eurasia is perennially on the edge, geographically, politically and geo-strategically. It is seen as both the cross-roads and the flashpoint where different cultural, strategic, economic and political interests converge.

The aim of this research project and conference is to explore the different ways in which Eurasia affects and is affected by changing global and regional dynamics.It brings together experts from a range of disciplines and parts of the world to examine whether being on the edge augurs stability or a more uncertain future.

Participants:

  • Alexander Lukin - Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University)
  • Andrei Kazantsev - Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University)
  • Andrey Sushentsov - Valdai Club and Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University)
  • Carole Nakhle - University of Surrey
  • Evgeny Vinokurov – Eurasian Development Bank
  • Fyodor Lukyanov – Valdai Club
  • Zhao Huasheng – Fudan University
  • Hans-Joachim Spanger - Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)
  • Ivan Safranchuk - Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University)
  • Leah Sherwood – TRENDS, Abu Dhabi
  • Martin Geiger - Carleton University
  • Leonid Grigoryev – Head of the Analytical Centre, Government of Russia 
  • Richard Burchill – Director of Research and Engagement, TRENDS, Abu Dhabi
  • Richard Sakwa - University of Kent
  • Richard Weitz – Hudson Institute 
  • Timofey Bordachev - Valdai Club and National Research University – Higher School of Economics
  • Viktoria Akchurina- University of Trento 
  • Vincent Della Sala - University of Trento
  • Yong Wang -  Peking University
  • Piotr Dutkiewicz – Carleton University