Trialogue Club Meeting on the topic: “Russian National Interests and Foreign Policy Shapings”
The meeting of the Trialogue Club International: “US-Russia relations: the quest for stability”

On November 6, 2019 a Trialogue Club International meeting will be held.

Dr. Alexey A. Gromyko, Director of the Institute of Europe of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMEMO RAS), and one of the most prominent Russian experts on European security, wi...

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  • Affiliation : Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary (retired), Advisor to Vice President and Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran
  • Position : Chairman
  • Affiliation : The Council of the Federation Committee on Foreign Affairs
  • Position : Board member, Honorary Member of the Trialogue Club International
  • Affiliation : Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Affiliation : Vice-President, Joint-Stock Company Transneft
  • Affiliation : Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the CNS; Payne Distinguished Lecturer at the CISAC; Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution
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“Prof. Naumkin is not only an academic and a key Russian expert on the Middle East, but he has also a deep practical insight into Russian interests in the region. This particular experience makes his presentation at once unique and very valuable. We highly appreciate the idea to make the Swiss Embassy the venue for this special meeting of the Trialogue Club International.”, - Col. Bruno Russi, Swiss Defense Attaché and Dean of the Defense Attachés Corps in Moscow.


“We really have quite serious problems in arms control. Nothing similar happened before. The trend we seemed to notice in the 1990s has become history. In Russia, we had illusions that we could have normal partnership dialogue with Western countries. On our part, we have done practically everything possible for this dialogue,” - Vladimir Yermakov, Director of the Department for Nonproliferation and Arms Control of the Russian MFA. 


“What is happening in the United States has created a significant layer of politicians who made their career on anti-Trump, ant-Russian positions. I do not expect those particular people to change their mind anytime soon. In my view, two election cycles will have to occur in the United States to bring a new thinking. Especially taking into account that the majority of those in Congress do not care too much about Russia, and they do not know too much about Russia”, – Amb. Sergey Kislyak, First Deputy Chairperson, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Council of the Federation.

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First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Council of Federation Sergey Kislyak answers the questions of Trialogue Club members

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