Russia and Western Europe: When the Ways Diverge?

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DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2012-5-80-92

Abstract. In the Institute of World Economy and International Relations RAS the panel discussion session "European Dialogues" took place. The subject of the meeting was "Russia and the West: When Did the Ways Diverge?" The journal presents the reports of .B. Zubov, Dr. Sci. (History), Professor of MGIMO-University (Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), and N.I. Basovskaya, Dr. Sci. (History), Professor of  Russian State University for the Humanities, as well as the discussion that took place. In this discussion the IMEMO staff members participated: A.G. Arbatov, Academician of RAS; V.G. Baranovskii, Academician of RAS; G.I. Machavariani; S.V. Utkin, Cand. Sci. (Political Science), as well as O.Yu. Potemkina, cand. Sci. (History), Institute of Europe RAS, and H.-W. Steinfeld, representative of Norwegian radio and television (NRK). The meeting was conducted by V.G. Baranovskii, Deputy Director of IMEMO, Academician of RAS and N.K. Arbatova, Head of Department in IMEMO, Dr. Sci. (Political Science).

Keywords: Russia, Europe, West, East, Byzantium, Eurasianism, modernization, modernizing world, state, reforms


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Russia and Western Europe: When the Ways Diverge?. World Eonomy and International Relations, 2012, no. 5, pp. 80-92. https://doi.org/10.20542/0131-2227-2012-5-80-92



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