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Book
Russia: A Thorny Transition from Communism

Lukin A.

Delhi: Vij Books India, 2019.

Article
EAEU Competition Law: What's in a Name?

Entin K., Diyachenko E.

Transnational Dispute Management. 2019.

Book chapter
Russia’s Eurasia Moment: Politics, Economics, Business

Bordachev T.

In bk.: Eurasia on the Edge: Managing Complexity. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2018. Ch. 6. P. 69-89.

Working paper
Does EAEU-ASEAN Format Have A Future?

Korolev A. S., Kalachyhin H.

International Relations. IR. Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2019. No. 34.

BRICS Cooperation in Science and Education

Igor Kovalev, Professor of the School of International Affairs and Alina Shcherbakova, Associate Professor of the School of World Economy, have recently published the paper “BRICS Cooperation in Science and Education” in the scientific journal “Strategic Analysis” (Q2).

M.V. Bratersky G.I. Kutyrev Article in the “Strategic Analysis” journal

Maxim Bratersky, Professor of the Department of International Relations and Researcher of the Department of International Relations Georgy Kutyrev publish the article “The BRICS Trade Union and the Emerging Russia-India-China Security Agenda” in the scientific journal “Strategic Analysis” (Q2).

Research Seminar by Ivan Bakalov

Research Seminar by Ivan Bakalov
On May 28, a research seminar at the International Laboratory of World Order Studies and New Regionalism was held. The speaker was Ivan Bakalov is a COFUND Marie Skłodowska-Curie PhD Fellow at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Bremen | Jacobs University. The focus of his research is on studying the concept and theory of power in international relations. His empirical work concerns foreign policymaking in Eastern Europe.

The conference «Civilizations and International Order: ‘One World’ or ‘Multipolarity’?»

The conference «Civilizations and International Order: ‘One World’ or ‘Multipolarity’?»
On May 15-16, the HSE faculty of world economy and politics hosted the conference «Civilizations and International Order: ‘One World’ or ‘Multipolarity’?», organized by the International Laboratory of World Order and New Regionalism in cooperation with The Centre for Baltic and East European Studies at Södertörn University.

The Visit of Mark Beeson to the Higher School of Economics

The Visit of Mark Beeson to the Higher School of Economics
Professor of the University of Western Australia Mark Beeson delivered a series of open lectures at the Faculty of World Economy and World Politics in the framework of the HSE Visiting Scholar Visits Support Programme and with the participation of the International Laboratory of World Order Studies and New Regionalism.

Scientific Conference of Young Researchers Took Place at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Scientific Conference of Young Researchers Took Place at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs
Last Friday, March 15, a scientific conference of young researchers “Russia and the EAEU between East and West: development and modernization in a changing geopolitical environment” took place.

Research Seminar by Professor Sander Aaron Garrett

Research Seminar by Professor Sander Aaron Garrett
On March 4, a research seminar at the International Laboratory of World Order Studies and New Regionalism was held. The speaker was Sander Aaron Garrett - Ph.D. (International Relations), specialist in the field of Central Eastern Europe, teacher of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs of the National Research University Higher School of Economics.

Discussion: «Evolution of German-American relations 1989-2018»

Discussion: «Evolution of German-American relations 1989-2018»
On February 14, the research seminar of the International Laboratory of the World Order and New Regionalism of the National Research University Higher School of Economics was held at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs at which INION senior research fellow Andrei Belinsky spoke. 

Lecture of research fellow of Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies (Sweden) Gregory Simons

Lecture of research fellow of Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies (Sweden) Gregory Simons
On February 12, a round table discussion was held on the topic “Geopolitics and geo-economics of security and conflict in Central Asia”, with the head speaker Gregory Simons, a researcher at the Institute of Russian and Eurasian Studies (ISTRI) (Sweden) and associate professor at the Department of Communication Sciences, University Turība (Latvia).

Professor Lukin published in The National Interest

The National Interest published an article by the Head of the Department of International Relations, Professor Alexander Lukin.
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