PR-2023: PANEL DISCUSSION 6. Central Asia, South Caucasus and Russia in Search of New Development Models

In recent years, the confrontation on security issues between Russia and Western countries has moved into a phase of direct military and political confrontation in Ukraine. Opposition to Russia’s special military operation has become an idèe fixe of the policy of the United States and a number of Western countries. At the same time, the resulting large-scale crisis turned out to be an important component of the process of transformation of the world politics and the formation of a polycentric world order. This process is likely to take quite a long period of time. In the meantime, the world is becoming, as it has been for centuries of human history, more "anarchic" and less predictable. Different countries are adapting to changing circumstances in their own way and are in search of effective development models. Of particular interest is the experience of searching for their own path of development by the countries of South Caucasus and Central Asia, which occupy an important place in modern Eurasia.
Moderator — Sergey Lebedev, General Secretary of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)

Erkin Tukumov, Director of the Kazakhstan Institute for Strategic Studies (KazISS) under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Akramjon Nematov, First Deputy Director of the Institute for Strategic and Regional Studies (ISRS) under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Alexander Iskandaryan, Director of Caucasus Institute, Armenia

Farid Shafiev, Chairman of the Center of Analysis of International Relations (AIR Center), Azerbaijan

Li Xin, Director of the Research Institute of Eurasian Studies, Professor of the Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, China

Eduard Solovyev, Head of the Center for Post-Soviet Studies at Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO)

Stanislav Pritchin, Senior Researcher at the Center for Post-Soviet Studies at Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO)
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