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Book
Environment in Times of War: Climate and Energy Challenges in the Post-Soviet Region
In press

Маслова Е. А., Sakwa R., Devyatkin P. et al.

Vol. 1. Iss. 1. Milan: Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI), 2022.

Article
Russia’s approach to South China Sea territorial dispute: it’s only business, nothing personal

Dikarev A., Lukin A.

Pacific Review. 2022. Vol. 35. No. 4. P. 617-646.

Book chapter
Innovative environment and Development of Universities 3.0

Stupin R., Grebneva A.

In bk.: Всероссийская научная конференция молодых исследователей с международным участием «Экономика сегодня: современное состояние и перспективы развития» (Вектор-2022): сборник материалов. Prt. 4. _, 2022. P. 253-258.

Working paper
Republic Of Moldova And Its Eurasian Track Of Policy: The Impact Of Internal&External Factors On The Foreign Policy Formation

Bodishteanu N.

International Relations. WP BRP 10/IR/2014. НИУ ВШЭ, 2020

Russia and the Changes of World Order

Professor Alexander Lukin has published a chapter “Russia and the Changes of World Order” as part of the book: Šrāders Sandis, Terry Spencer (eds.), A Restless Embrace of the Past? The Conference on Russia Papers 2022 (Tartu: University of Tartu Press, 2022).

The current international system could be described as a post-bipolar system in transition to a multipolar one. The transition means that the brief period of unipolarity that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union has passed, but a mature multipolar system has yet to emerge. The West’s adaptation to the new reality of a multipolar world will most likely take some time but is necessary. This chapter will argue that a new International Concert, akin to the Concert of Europe after the Napoleonic Wars, is required. It should be founded on mutual respect for each other’s interests and represent a new expression of the concept of peaceful coexistence. 

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