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The Trialogue Club International is a meeting place for discussions and a source of up-to-date analytics on the key issues of the global agenda, international security and the Russian foreign policy for diplomats, experts, businessmen and journalists. The objective of the Club is to improve international mutual understanding through ensuring the participation of the Club members in the regular Club meetings and other events of the Club, and through providing them with exclusive information materials and consultations from the experts of the Club and its partner organizations.

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RUSSIAN-AFRICAN COOPERATION DISCUSSED AT THE 115TH AUTUMN SESSION OF THE TRIALOGUE CLUB INTERNATIONAL

November 8, 2022

On November 1, the 115th Autumn Session of the Trialogue Club International took place. It was dedicated to the topic “Russia Goes to Africa: Prospects of Cooperation in High-Tech and Security Spheres”. The keynote speaker of the Session was H.E. Oleg Ozerov, Ambassador-at-Large of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Head of the Secretariat of the Russia-Africa Partnership Forum.

In his speech H.E. Oleg B. Ozerov spoke about the prospects for relations between Russia and Africa in the light of the rapidly changing international landscape.

In general, the following issues were raised during the meeting:

1) counterterrorism cooperation;

2) food security issues and the “grain deal”;

3) partnership in the energy sector;

4) promotion of high-tech projects;

5) possibility for implementing a wide range of initiatives in health and education;

6) problems of cybersecurty.


For any questions related to the Trialogue Club International, you can contact us by phone +7 916 170 03 07 or e-mail secretary@trialogue-club.ru.

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THE SECURITY INDEX OCCASIONAL PAPER SERIES CAME OUT WITH THE NEW REPORT "WAY OUT OF THE ARMS CONTROL PANDEMIC" BY ALEXANDER KOLBIN

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July 20, 2022

This research paper attempts to place nuclear disarmament and arms control in the context of the sustainable development agenda. In particular, the paper examines the possibility of applying the experience and specific mechanisms of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol to create new incentives for nuclear arms control and disarmament. Considering the devastating environmental consequences of nuclear weapons use, the nuclear-weapon states should take responsibility for possessing nuclear weapons just as they took responsibility for carbon emissions.

 
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