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Regular version of the site

17 Malaya Ordynka, building 1, room 115

Phone: +7(495)772-95-90*23171

email: irs@hse.ru

School Head Olga V. Volosyuk
Deputy Head Evgeny Kanaev
Assistant Murad Sadygzade
Coordinator of student project activities, Senior Lecturer Elmira Imamkulieva
Alexandra Khiteva
Manager Alexandra Khiteva
U.S. Foreign Policy Towards China: Outlook and Implications for Russia

Sokolshchik L., Sokolshchik Y., Galimullin E. Z. et al.

M.: NPMP RIAC, 2023.

Book chapter
The ASEAN-Led Multilateral Venues and the South China Sea Issue: the Asia-Pacific SLOC Security

Gorbatko A., Xingtao L.

In bk.: The global reset: insights from regions. M.: Advanced Solutions, 2022. P. 79-87.

Working paper
Towards A Common Vision? Populist Radical Right Parties’ Positions On The Eu Common Foreign And Security Policy Towards Russia

Shein S., Ryzhkin E.

Political Science. PS. Высшая школа экономики, 2022. No. 89.

“Libya 2020: new features of the conflict and prospects for settlement”

On January 23, an open lecture by Grigory Lukyanov - senior lecturer of FSS NRU HSE, researcher of the CIAS of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, RIAC expert, head of the expert club of the Russian Middle East Association on “Libya 2020: new features of the conflict and prospects for settlement” was held.

The event was organized as part of the “Middle East Meetings” - a joint project of the School of International Regional Studies of the Faculty of World Economy and World Policy HSE University and the Russian Middle East Association.

The lecturer discussed with the participants of the lecture about new changes in the Libyan conflict. According to him, in 2019, attempts at political settlement of the conflict in Libya were thwarted by an unprecedented escalation of armed confrontation. It covered the most densely populated north-western part of the country and was characterized by the highest intensity of hostilities for 5 years. The consistent internationalization of the conflict was the result of the involvement of many nations of the Arab world, Africa and Europe. Moreover, the conflict is steadily transforming from an intra-Libyan conflict into a regional one, not only involving new actors, but also integrating the neighboring zones of instability into a single node of problems and threats to security.