PROCEEDINGS

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The key topic of the conference was the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War and politics of memory in CIS countries. The purpose of the 2020 conference was to exchange views on the issue of historical memory across the CIS space in the context of the Anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War. Special emphasis was made on matters related to attempts to falsify history. Based on the discussion, research-based proposals were developed to counter attempts to rewrite the history of the war.

The key topic of the conference was evolution of Eurasian integration, and related issues were also covered. The purpose of the conference was academic analysis of the situation with evolution of Eurasian integration five years after the launch of the Eurasian Economic Union project. Special emphasis was made on Eurasian ideology-related issues and prospects for expanding Eurasian integration through involvement of the countries of Greater Eurasia. Based on the discussion, research-based proposals were developed to improve integration processes across the Eurasian space.

The key topic of the conference was the 30th anniversary of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. The goal and objectives of the conference were academic analysis of the conflict and a discussion of the main trends and possible vectors for its resolution, as well as the role of the Russian Federation and other international actors in this process, which makes this event highly relevant.

At the conference, an official presentation of the textbook Foreign Policy of CIS Countries took place. The book was prepared by faculty members of the Sub-Department of Theory and History of International Relations of the People’s Friendship University of Russia in collaboration with representatives of 27 universities of CIS member nations.

The conference was focused on a wide range of issues of bilateral and multilateral cooperation between Russia and CIS member states in the context of regional security across the Eurasian space.

The conference was organized jointly with the L. N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University and was held in two formats, in person, at the RUDN and online, on the G-Global platform at ENU. The participants focused on the development of Eurasian integration, current problems of the Central Asian region and ways to resolve them, as well as bilateral and multilateral relations of states in the post-Soviet space.