Against the backdrop of increasing global instability there has been growing debate about the ability of modern multilateral institutions such as the G20 to solve complex geopolitical issues that impact global economic growth.
Given Russia’s renewed strategic emphasis on the military and economic development of the Arctic, the newest area of confrontation between NATO and Russia might not be in continental Europe - it might be in the Arctic
Russian and foreign experts analyze what to expect from the Kremlin after the G20 summit. Some hope that Western pressure in Australia and the threat of further sanctions may finally force Russia to change its Ukraine policy
The early departure of Vladimir Putin from the G20 Summit in Australia means that the situation in Ukraine is not about to fundamentally change anytime soon. But there is still opportunity for private, behind-the-scenes dialogue out of public view
Join Russia Direct for a Google Hangouts discussion on Wednesday, November 19, at 9 a.m. EST as we discuss the major outcomes of the G20 Summit in Brisbane and analyze Russia’s future role within the G20.
Ahead of the upcoming G20 Summit in Brisbane, Australia, on Nov. 15-16, the new Russia Direct brief analyzes the implications of this important summit meeting for the relationship between Russia and the West and considers the role of the G20 in global governance