Russia and the West: PS73-1/2015-06-02E-PDF

the consequences of renewed rivalry : highlights from the workshop.

On 19 May 2015, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) hosted a workshop examining various political and security issues related to Russia as part of its Academic Outreach (AO) program. Held under Chatham House rule, the event provided an opportunity for the presenting experts and other participants to reflect on the growing tensions between, on the one hand, Russia, and on the other Western countries and their allies. This workshop attracted renowned researchers from Canada, the Unites States and Europe. The following report contains some of the main workshop findings and reflects the views of those independent experts, not those of CSIS.

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Department/Agency Canadian Security Intelligence Service.
Title Russia and the West
Subtitle the consequences of renewed rivalry : highlights from the workshop.
Series Title World watch ;
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Cover title. Issued also in French under title: La Russie et l’Occident, les conséquences d’une rivalité renouvelée, points saillants de l’atelier.
Date 2015.
Number of Pages 68 p.
Catalogue Number
  • PS73-1/2015-06-02E-PDF
Subject Terms External relations, International security