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Book
The Global Leftist Revolt: Expectations and Realities

Barabanov O. N., Григорьев Д. И., Кагарлицкий Б. Ю. et al.

M.: Valdai Discussion Club, 2018.

Article
Eurasia – From confrontation to partnership

Lukin A.

Journal of Eurasian Studies. 2018. No. 9. P. 83-84.

Book chapter
Chinese–Russian Relations

Lukin A.

In bk.: The SAGE Handbook of Contemporary China. Vol. 1. L.: Sage, 2018. Ch. 27. P. 565-586.

Working paper
Factory Asia and Asia-Pacific Economic Regionalism: The Connectivity Factor Revisited

Kanaev E. A., Korolev A. S.

International Relations / IR. WP BRP. НИУ ВШЭ, 2016. No. WP BRP 27/IR/2016 .

Russian Foreign Policy: Risky Successes

An article of the Dean of the School of World Economy and International Affairs S. Karaganov co-authored with PhD students of the school D. Novikov and K. Chernyavskaya “Russian Foreign Policy: Risky Successes” was published in the Spring issue of Harvard International Review. The article focuses on provisional results and perspectives of the Russian foreign policy.

Harvard International Review is a journal on essential issues of the world politics and economy, published by the Harvard Council on International Relations (Harvard University). Among authors – outstanding politicians, scholars, diplomats and civil society leaders, such as Nelson Mandela, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Bang Ki-moon, Kofi Annnan, Paul Krugman, Jeffry Suchs etc.

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"Russian Foreign Policy: Risky Successes" by Sergei A. Karaganov, Kristina I. Cherniavskaia, and Dmitry P Novikov Harvard International Review, Spring 2016 Volume 37, Number 3 pages 74-79