On 10-11 June, was held the V International Scientific Expert Forum “Primakov Readings” in Moscow on the theme: “Return to confrontation: are there alternatives?” The organizers are the Institute of World Economy and International Relations E.M. Primakov RAS, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, Moscow International Trade Center, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation and Primakov Center.
Primakov Readings is an international forum of experts, diplomats and politicians dedicated to the memory of the scientist and statesman Academician E.M. Primakov. V Readings were held in the year of the 90th anniversary of the birth of EM. Primakov, which was attended by more than 80 leading foreign experts from 29 countries and more than 600 representatives of the Russian scientific and expert community, government bodies, political and business circles. The forum participants discussed current issues of the international agenda.
The chief scientific officer Murat Laumulin took part in the scientific forum from the KazISS under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan at the invitation of the organizers. He also participated in a few events held in Moscow.
June 10, 2019 spoke at the round table “Presidential elections in Kazakhstan. What will be the new course of the country?”, Organized in the press center of the Parliamentary newspaper. The event was attended by Counselor-Envoy of the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the Russian Federation Yerkin Tukumov, Director of the Institute of Strategic Studies and Forecasts of PFUR Dmitry Egorchenkov, Director of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CKEMI) HSE Anastasia Likhacheva, Director of the EEU Institute Vladimir Lepekhin and others.
June 13, Laumulin M.T. made a presentation on the topic "The Role of Russian, Chinese and American Factors in Central Asia" at the international scientific conference "Post-Soviet Space - Vectors of Changes" at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations. EAT. Primakov RAS conducted on the fields of the Primakov Readings.
The conference was attended by 40 experts from Russia and Eurasia. During the event, key trends in the evolution of economic, political, and ideological processes in post-Soviet countries were discussed.