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Alexander Chubaryan 
Affiliation: Institute of World History RAS
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Vera Zabotkina
Affiliation: Russian State University for the Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Pascal Griset
Affiliation: Sorbonne University
Address: France, Paris
Pierre-Bruno Ruffini
Affiliation: University of Le Havre
Address: France, Le Havre
Abstract

Since 2021, within the framework of an agreement between the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and the House of Human Sciences Foundation (Paris, France), a joint Russian-French project has been implemented aimed at studying the phenomenon of science diplomacy in the modern world, its role in overcoming contradictions between states and the establishment of peace among peoples. The project aims to analyze the various practices of science diplomacy in the key periods of history, to compare the experience of different countries. In the article, several participants of the project formulate their idea of the phenomenon of science diplomacy. Professor of the University of Le Havre (France) P.-B. Ruffini focuses on the main aspects of science diplomacy, characterizing it as an innovative concept of the 21st century, able to withstand global challenges, and showing that science diplomacy is a phenomenon much wider than the cooperation of scientists from around the world. Scientific director of the Institute of World History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Academician Alexander Chubaryan writes about the significant Russian contribution to the development of science diplomacy, drawing on various examples from the field of humanitarian cooperation. Professor of the Sorbonne P. Griset, using the example of Soviet-French cooperation during the Cold War, shows the mechanism for the practical implementation of the elements of science diplomacy in life. Professor of the Russian State University for the Humanities Vera Zabotkina touches upon the topic of the cognitive dimension of science diplomacy, one of the most promising components of modern science.

Keywords
Russia, France, Cold War, scientific cooperation, scientific diplomacy, intercultural dialogue, communication
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The article was prepared with the financial support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project No. 21-59-22010 FDNCH_A “The role of scientific diplomacy in the face of crises and threats”. On the French side, the text was prepared with the financial support of the House Foundation Human Sciences (Foundation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme). On the French side, the text was also prepared with the financial support of the project “InsSciDE”. InsScide has received funding under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement № 770523).
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