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Book
A look into the future: scenarios for Asia and Russia in Asia in the next 20 years

Bordachev T., Bezborodov A., Kashin V. et al.

M.: Valdai Discussion Club, 2017.

Article
Russia and Peacekeeping Operations: Conceptual and Practical Components of Russia’s Policy

Bratersky M. V.

International Organisations Research Journal. 2018. Vol. 13. No. 1.

Book chapter
Retirement Income

Sinyavskaya O. V., Ermolina A. A.

In bk.: Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2018. P. 1-7.

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.

 Russian Foreign Policy: Risky Successes (PDF, 52.59 Мб)

"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