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The School of International Regional Studies is a research and educational centre seeking to revive international regional studies as an academic discipline in Russia. The department’s world-class professors train the next generation of regional studies specialists while developing an increasingly prestigious research school.
Lukin A., Luzyanin S., Novikov D.
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Kanaev E., Akhmanaeva S., Vaseneva E.
Southeast Asia: Actual Problems of Development. 2020. Vol. 1. No. 46. P. 13-28.
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Department of International Regional Studies, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, is honored to announce that the monograph "Regions in the Contemporary World: Globalization and Asia" has been published.
The book is the outcome of the conference "Globalization in Contemporary Asia" held on November 20-21, 2019.
The monograph provides a comprehensive analysis of the nature, pace, and manifestations of globalization in Asia and its regions from the political, economic, information-digital, and socio-cultural perspectives. The assessment of how globalization impacts the countries of the Middle East, East, Southeast, and South Asia is given. The influence of the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative on intraregional and interregional cooperation in Asia and Eurasia is specified. Insights are given in the nature of information and communication processes in contemporary Asia in synergy with the political and economic transformations of Asian societies. New issues relevant to the evolution of art and literature in the Asian states are raised and explored. Mechanisms of novel approaches to teaching Oriental languages linked with methodological tasks of modern Oriental studies are revealed.
The author's copies of the monograph are available in Office 408, St. Malaya Ordynka 17.