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    May 16, 2014

    The Trilaterial Commission posted on its public website a short version of new "Russian" report.

    This report was preparing and discussing for a year. Paula Dobriansky, Andrzej Olechowski and Yukio Satoh were its authors. For the first time, Trilateral invited Russia to join as a full-fledged partner in the project, a task which was undertaken by Igor Yurgens.

    The final full version will be published in the coming months in the regular series of "Triangle papers".

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    April 29, 2014

    INSOR Management Board Chairman of Igor Yurgens took part in the work of the annual conference of the Trilateral Commission. The meeting, organized by this authoritative international platform for research and discussion which includes leading statesmen, scholars and entrepreneurs from North America, Europe and Asia, was held April 24-27 in the US capital.

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    August 14, 2014

    The Institute of Contemporary Development has published its most recent analytical bulletin. The main topics of this issue are: the sanctions war, results of the BRICS summit, and the IMF on the prospects for the global economy.

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    July 10, 2014

    This report represents the first part of a project targeting the problems and prospects of two economic integration projects in Greater Europe — the European project (European Union) and the Eurasian project (Russia, the Customs Union and the Eurasian Economic Union). The presented study pays particular attention to the EU’s Eastern Partnership, Ukraine’s gains and losses stemming from its internal crisis and implications of its “European choice”, and the implications of this choice for Moldova. The aggregate results and calculations as well as the underlying methodologies are substantiated in the full text of the report, which is available in Russian.

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