THE IRAS INSTITUTE 16 Mar 2020 13:54 -------------------------------------------------- Title : Latest developments of Greater Eurasia addressed in international confab in Moscow -------------------------------------------------- Text : The three-day international workshop dubbed "Designing Greater Eurasia: In Search for Common Interests" was held in Higher School of Economics National Research University in Moscow in middle of March 2020. Organized by the Russia s Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, Presidential Grants Fund and Higher School of Economics National Research University, the workshop was several attended by several high-ranking university professors, lecturers and researcher as-well-as the representative of the Institute for Iran-Eurasia Studies (IRAS) During the three-day International prestigious event started on March 11, the latest developments in Greater Eurasia and the ways for reinforcing common interests were addressed. Several university professors including Dr. Alexander Lomanov Deputy Director for Research, E.M. Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) Russian Academy of Sciences, Maria Khodynskaya, Senior Advisor of the Foreign Policy Planning Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Dr. Ivan Safranchuk, Associate Professor, Department of Political Process, MGIMO University, Timofei Bordachev, Academic Director of Centre for Comprehensive European and International Studies, Higher School of Economics National Research University, Yury Vasiliev Vzglyad online newspaper as well as Sergei Karaganov, Dean of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs of the National Research University Higher School of Economics and Honorary Chairman of the Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy delivered lectures during the workshop. In a meantime, in the second day of the workshop the "Political Game: A Perfect Storm- Eurasian Junction" was also held in three phases, during which the way for handing the possible dilemma in the Greater Eurasia was practiced and discussed under supervision of several high-ranking university professors. Several scholars and top researchers from Islamic Republic of Iran, India, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Slovakia, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Italy, Ukraine and Mexico were also attended the conference. Reported by Maryam Azish