The Gorchakov Foundation’s annual scientific and educational forum, Dialogue for the Future, began Dec. 16 in Moscow. The project is organized to create a platform for discussing current international problems through the lens of public diplomacy. During the five-day program, participants will discuss the main focus and priorities of Russian foreign policy, as well as various aspects of humanitarian cooperation, security issues, and cooperation between Russia and NATO, the European Union, and other international organizations. Dialogue participants will be able to meet well-known Russian public figures, experts, and invited guests.
Young international relations professionals, political scientists, journalists, and representatives of research centers and civil society in Russia, the CIS, and Baltic countries will also participate in the forum. This year young professionals from the Balkans, and Central and Eastern Europe will also be involved.
The Dialogue program includes the Contact Forum on Public Diplomacy, in which Russian organizations involved in international humanitarian cooperation will present their programs.
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