IMEMO, Interfax to hold expert meeting titled 'Turkey under Erdogan: Global Interests in Polycentric World'
The second online expert meeting of the joint project of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) and Interfax titled 'Russia and the World: A Professional Conversation' will take place at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 26.
The meeting's subject: 'Turkey under Erdogan: Global Interests in a Polycentric World.'
The meeting's moderator is IMEMO Director, Russian Academy of Sciences Corresponding Member Feodor Voitolovsky
The meeting will be dedicated to Turkey's domestic political dynamics under Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the projection of Turkish influence on Caucasus, Central Asia, Russia, and Southern Europe, Turkey's position in the Middle East, and problems of relations between Turkey and the West.
The list of participants includes IMEMO Center for the Middle East Studies head Irina Zvyagelskaya, independent political analyst Prof. Alexei Malashenko, IMEMO Center for the Middle East Studies senior researcher Irina Svistunova, and IMEMO Center for the Middle East Studies researcher Alexei Davydov.
'Russia and the World: A Professional Conversation' is a new joint project of IMEMO and Interfax. A series of expert meetings dedicated to the most important events in global politics and economics take part within the project's framework. Discussions involving scientists, public figures, and officials take place monthly in an online format and broadcast on YouTube.
Journalists should get accreditation at interfax.ru/presscenter.
Questions for the speakers can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for accreditation and submitting questions is one hour before the meeting.
A link to the online broadcast will be available at interfax.ru/presscenter.
The first online expert meeting as part of the new project of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) and Interfax titled 'Russia and the World: A Professional Conversation' took place on Thursday, October 29.
The meeting addressed the expectations governments around the world have for the U.S. presidential election. Participants discussed what candidate is preferable for Beijing, Delhi, Brussels, Berlin, and Paris, how the global economic architecture will change, and what will happen in the sphere of strategic stability and arms control after the election.