May 21, 2020 - RSUH and the Center for Central Eurasian Studies of the University of Mumbai (India) held an international webinar "RIC countries: a space where international problems are solved."
The Webinar was dedicated to combining the RIC into the structure of the BRICS and SCO thus ensuring security in the region and in the world as a whole.
The working language of the webinar was English. First-year M.A. students of the Faculty of International Relations, presented 8 presentations: 1) interaction and contradictions of China and Russia in the framework of the SCO, the entry of India and Pakistan into the SCO (Anna Bezgub); 2) position of China as the main actor in the implementation of the New Silk Road Project (Alina Ruberova); 3) Shanghai Cooperation Organization (Nikita Makarenko); 4) activities of China in the SCO (Ekateria Samosadova); 5) Russia and the BRICS (Ekaterina Dedkova, Irina Girenko, Ekaterina Romanova).
The students of the University of Mumbai presented the following topics: 1) implementation of strategic interests in Central Asia: prospects for regional cooperation and its limitations; 2) positions of the RIC countries in a changing global order; 3) role of BRICS in the system of international relations; 4) meaning of the RIC triangle.
Dr. Neelu Khosla (Vivek College) talked about the settlement of disagreements in Afghanistan via the efforts of the RIC countries.
The webinar was attended by students and teachers of many other Indian academic and university institutions.