Russia’s New Horizons
Pavilion 5, Conference Hall 5.1

Bettering capabilities to deal with the social, economic and political dilemmas stemming from war-torn territories and regions suffering from ethnic strife and terrorist activities is critical to minimizing human tragedy and preventing contagion as instability spills over boarders. While each crisis has its unique characteristics, are there common experiences and response methodologies that can be applied? What should be the right balance of intervention by nation states and international institutions to address long-running regional strife? What is the role of the private sector?

Christopher Granville , Managing Director, Trusted Sources

Ramazan Abdulatipov , Acting President of Dagestan
Mohamed Kabbadj , Former Minister of Finance of Morocco (1995–1997)
Gilles Kepel , Professor, Sciences Po, Paris
Alexey Repik , President, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Ton Nu Thi Ninh , President, Tri Viet Institute for International Studies and Exchange (Ton Duc Thang University)
Alexey Repik , President, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Alexey Repik , President, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)


Key moments

Volatility is a complex problem, and it doesn’t only affect the economy. It concerns culture and worldviews. It is a problem of identity.
Ramazan Abdulatipov
We’re doing everything possible so that people can perceive their own futures. ... Things should be understood and the people themselves should be involved in ending the crisis, because, above all, we have to overcome crises of consciousness, worldview and identity.
Ramazan Abdulatipov