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Fyodor Lukyanov

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Editor-in-Chief of Russia in Global Affairs and Chairman of the Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defence Policy. Previously he worked with Moscow Radio International, the newspapers Segodnya, Vremya MN and Vremya Novosti. Fyodor graduated from the Moscow State University’s philology faculty

18.09.2016

US elections: Pointing the finger at Russia

US elections: Pointing the finger at Russia

Russia has been a central part of the respective election campaigns of U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, with the former in particular outspoken in her criticism of the Kremlin. However, is there any real substance to this demonization by the Democrats, or is it pure election rhetoric?

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10.05.2016

US presidential election could change the current globalization model

US presidential election could change the current globalization model

The 2016 US presidential race is further proof that the current model of globalization is changing. For Russia and China, this means that neither Moscow nor Beijing can build their strategies based on integration into the American World

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11.03.2016

In search of Russia's role in the new world order

In search of Russia's role in the new world order

The rebirth of Russia as a global player is a necessary step to restore an overall balance of power in the world

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02.07.2015

The Greek crisis: Implications for Russia and the U.S.

The Greek crisis: Implications for Russia and the U.S.

Head of Russia’s Council on Foreign and Defense Policy (CFDP) Fyodor Lukyanov says the Greek crisis may have knock-on effects for relations between Russia, the United States and the European Union

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26.03.2014

Russia has positioned itself at the epicenter of global politics

Russia has positioned itself at the epicenter of global politics

The annexation of Crimea has ushered in a new world order in which Russia gets to play a central, defining role in global politics for the first time since the end of the Cold War

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19.09.2013

The revival of big diplomacy

The revival of big diplomacy

The Syrian crisis opens a new, more complex chapter in diplomacy, in which no nation has the leverage to impose their simple solutions on others

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29.08.2013

Syrian crisis: When geopolitical knee-jerk reactions take over

Syrian crisis: When geopolitical knee-jerk reactions take over

International diplomacy seems increasingly to be governed by knee-jerk ideological reflexes and gut instincts that lead decision-makers to take reckless decisions. Case in point: Syria

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14.08.2013

Snowden: Afterword

Snowden: Afterword

What the Snowden Affair taught us about the current state of U.S.-Russian relations and how they will develop in the future

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