19 October (Mon)

  • Opening Remarks

    Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Republic of Korea Andrey B. Kulik

    Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the Russian Federation Lee Sok-bae

    HSE Vice Rector Ivan Prostakov

    Kyung Hee University, College of International Studies, Dean, Prof. Kim Jun-Yeup

    HSE, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, Dean, Prof. Sergey Karaganov

  • The Evolution of Korean-Russian Relations: External and Internal Factors. Part I

    Strengthening multifaceted relations between Russia and South Korea: The under-estimated role of travel advisory

    Kerdodé Christophe, Yonsei University

    Russian Market Insights and New Business Opportunities between Korea and Russia

    Jeon Myoug Su, RUS ECONOMIC LLC, YTN Channel

    Analysis of the Cultural Ties Between Russia and Republic of Korea and Their Problematic Points (1990-2020)

    Osetrova Maria, Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IFES RAS)

    Developments in Korean-Russian Relations: Review and Suggestions

    Park Soo-Heon, Kyung Hee University, College of International Studies

    Russia – South Korea Energy Cooperation: Prospects, Opportunities and Challenges

    Ignatov Alexander, Center for International Institutions Research, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Parallel Sessions

  • Development of the Russian Far East and Russia’s relations with East Asian countries

    The Politics of Expertise and Neoliberalism in Russian Special Economic Zones

    Ivanov Sergei, Palacký University Olomouc (Czech Republic)

    Reinventing a developmental state in the Russian Far East

    Savchenko Anatolii, The Institute of History, Archaeology and Etnography FEB RAS

    Russia-Korea Economic Relations and the Russian Far East 

    Zakharova Liudmila, Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IFES RAS)

    Abe’s eight-point economic cooperation plan and Japan’s investment into the Russian Far East: what kind of progress? 

    Kireeva Anna, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO)

    The ‘Far Eastern Hectare’ land giveaway program: Paternalistic vs developmental discourses

    Ryzhova Natalia, Palacky University in Olomouc (Czech Republic) & Tatyana Zhuravskaya, Economic Research Institute FEB RAS (Russia) 

  • Public diplomacy and soft power: Lessons from Korea

    Network-building between Global Korea Scholarship (GKS) Recipients and Koreans: Obstacles and Potential

    Varpahovskis Eriks, HSE Moscow

    Public diplomacy of the Republic of Korea as a tool of soft power: modern challenges and trends

    Matosian Agapi, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

    North Korean posters as a mean of North Korean propaganda

    Ragozina Sabina & Vorobiova Anastasia, Kazan Federal University

    New Public Diplomacy as a Middle Power Diplomacy: The South Korean Case

    Park HahnKyu, KIC, Kyung Hee University


Parallel Sessions

  • China’s Foreign Policy under Xi Jinping: A “Peaceful Rise 2.0” or a Threat to International Order? Part I

    Post-Trump China: double down or back to the past

    Mikhail Korostikov, Head of International Communications, VEB.RF

    China’s policy on humanitarian assistance: Moving towards rule-making?

    Smirnova Veronika, HSE Nizhny Novgorod

    The Chinese-Centered Globalization ‘from Below’ as an Instrument of Foreign Policy

    Tudoroiu Theodor, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine campus, Trindiad and Tobago

    Evolution of Chinese Defense and Intelligence Capabilities under Xi Jinping

    Kashin Vasily, HSE, Moscow

  • The Evolution of Korean-Russian Relations: External and Internal Factors. Part II

    South Korea’s New Northern Policy and Russia. What can be done after COVID-19?

    Martinez Francisco, Alumnus of Columbia University, United States

    Prospects for the development of inter-Korean relations and Russia's position

    Kazariyan Rouben, Dept. of Korean studies, Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Science

    Realpolitik and international cooperation: Comparison on Inter-Korean and Turkish-Armenian railway projects

    Cho Yongsung, Saint Petersburg State University

    Obstacles for Peace in the Korean Peninsula: Security Dilemas and Domestic Politics

    Tamayo Romero Jaime, EL Colegio de México (COLMEX)

20 October (Tue)

Parallel Sessions

  • Teaching Korean Language

    역량 중심 접근법 - MSLU 한노 번역 수업 사례를 중심으로-

    Tatiana Mozol, Moscow State Linguistic University

    Korean language education for foreigners - The need for cultural linguistic education, focusing on vocabulary related to ‘food, clothing, and shelter’

    Chang B.S., HSE, Moscow

    Discourse-based approach in teaching Korean language grammar on beginner level

    Baklanova Maria, HSE, Moscow

    Actual Points of Teaching Korean at the University Level in Russia

    Lyudmila Voronina, State Academic University for the Humanities

    Communicative Korean Language Teaching During The Course By Class For General Purpose Russian Students Comparing Case of King Sejong Institute Moscow

    Kim Hujo, HSE Moscow

  • China’s Foreign Policy under Xi Jinping: A “Peaceful Rise 2.0” or a Threat to International Order? Part II

    Shifting Perceptions: Exploitation of 'Competitive Neutrality' Concept by China and the West

    Tochilova Tatiana, HSE Moscow

    Cooperation between Russia and China in Northeast Asia: on the way to alliance?

    Kim Dayea, Saint-Petersburg State University

    South Korea's Foreign Policy under US-China Strategic Competition

    Moon Don, Kyung Hee University

    The concept of cybersovereignty as a mechanism for protecting the national interests of China

    Mikhalevich Ekaterina, Saint Petersburg State University

  • Chinese, Japanese, and South Korean involvement in Central Asia

    Japan and the New Silk Road. Diplomacy, Development and Connectivity

    Murashkin Nikolay

    Transcontinental Silk Road Strategies: Comparing China, Japan and South Korea in Uzbekistan

    Dadabaev Timur, Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Tsukuba, Japan

    The Features of Russian-Chinese interaction in Eurasia / Central Asia

    Luzyanin Sergey, HSE Moscow

    Tokyo’s diplomacy in Eurasia: achievements and failures (mid-1990s onwards)

    Puzanova Olga, HSE Moscow

  • Challenges and Opportunities for Teaching East Asia

    К вопросу о преемственности в обучении китайскому языку в системе «школа-вуз»

    Sizova Alexandra, HSE, Moscow

    Benefits of incorporating English linguistic phenomena into the process of teaching Chinese to English-proficient university students from Russia

    Nina Rogova (Aulova), HSE, Moscow

    Когнитивный поворот в иноязычном образовании: современная концепция обучения восточным языкам

    Strizhak Uliana, HSE, Moscow

    Struggle for students: current tendencies in East Asian Studies in Russia

    Liudmila S. Veselova, HSE, Saint Petersburg 

    Teaching Korean History in Russia: Methodological Issues

    Natalia Kim, HSE, Moscow