Contemporary global geopolitical and economic challenges are creating new issues for governments to address. Russia and the countries of Latin America, which have embarked on efforts to modernize and diversify their national economies, are expanding cooperation at a rapid rate. Numerous joint projects successfully underway in the fields of energy, industry, transport infrastructure, and agriculture offer examples of economic complementarity. Which areas will be the new sources of growth in relations between Russia and Latin America? Could long-term projects create the conditions necessary to improve the stability of trade and economic links against a background of negative external factors and volatility on global markets? What solutions will need to be adopted to harness the potential of cooperation and secure a balance of interests?
The CSR publishes the report titled Migration Policy: Diagnostics, Challenges, Proposals prepared by the Human Assets function. The report is aimed to depict a current migration situation in Russia, give an assessment of what is happening, and provide main guidelines for future development of the migration policy. Authors offer, apart from their assessment of the situation, methods to solve issues with regard to economic and political status of the State and limitations to social management.
This information report was prepared by IRIAS and the Institute for Economic Strategies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) following the international strategic foresight session The Economy of Trust as the Key Driver of Integration in Greater Eurasia, held as part of SPIEF 2018. The foresight session was focused on forming an economy of trust as the key driver of integration in Greater Eurasia.
Who uses opportunities provided by renewable energy? Who is disconcerted and preoccupied with inherent risks? The report is prepared following the survey of over 200 reputable investors.