"Now is the time for realism, cooperation, compromise and a common vision. This is really a bad crisis. But in the midst of chaos, there is always an opportunity."
What kind of role do emotions play in the response to covid-19? How could the pandemic contaminate Europe's democracy when illiberal populists use it to seize more power?
This week we will have with us Andrey Zagorsky, professor at MGIMO (Moscow State Institute of International Relations) and IMEMO (the Institute of World Economy and International Relations). Andrey will speak about “Russia and the OSCE-based European order".
What lessons can we draw from post pandemic’s to prepare our politics, economies and societies for the future? Frank Snowden, Professor Emeritus of History and History of Medicine at Yale University, explores them in this week’s Quarantimes
Arancha González, Spain’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, shares her thinking on how global health can help revive multilateralism
This week have with us Lauri Mälksoo, Professor of International Law at the Tartu University and Author of “Russian Approaches to International Law” speaking about Russia’s concept of sovereignty and its implications
Dmitry Suslov, Deputy Director, Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies, National Research University Higher School of Economics provides a view from Moscow on the impact of covid-19 on the US elections in autumn and US-Russia relations
Carl Bildt, Co-chair at ECFR and former prime minister of Sweden, launches the new series ECFR Quarantimes: Thinking big in times of covid-19, setting out Europe's role in the new international system of a post-corona world
Sergey Guriev, Professor at Sciences Po and former chief economist at EBRD, focused in this lecture on the Russian economy and gave a short, mid and long-term outlook
Andrey Kortunov, Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), analyses the impact of covid-19 on the international system, with a special focus on Russia