Seminar 30. International Panel: “Russian Foreign Policy”
On Wednesday, 15 December 2021, The Department of International Relations and International Laboratory on World Order Studies and the New Regionalism of National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE University) held the thirtieth session of Eurasian Online Seminar in the form of discussion panel. The topic for discussion was the presentation of the Special Issue of the Russian Politics journal (Volume 6 (2021): Issue 4 (Oct 2021) on Russian Foreign Policy, edited by Iain Ferguson, Andrej Krickovic, Alexander Lukin and Richard Sakwa
Moderator: Olga Puzanova, Senior Lecturer, Department of International Relations, HSE University, Moscow, Russia
- Sergei Karaganov, Academic Supervisor, Faculty of World Economy and International Relations, HSE University
- Anastasia Likhacheva, Dean, Faculty of World Economy and International Relations, HSE University
- Alexander Lukin, Head, Department of International Relations, HSE University
- Richard Sakwa, Professor of Russian and European politics at the University of Kent, UK
- Andrej Krikovic, Associate Professor, HSE University, Moscow, Russia
- Iain Ferguson, Assistant Professor, HSE University, Moscow, Russia
- Vladimir Ryzhkov, Professor, HSE University, Moscow, Russia
Special Issue Contents:
Introduction. Authors: Andrej Krickovic and Richard Sakwa
Russian Foreign Policy: Three Historical Stages and Two Future Scenarios. Author: Sergei Karaganov
A Multilevel World and a Flat Worldview: A Realist and Progressive Synthesis for Russia. Author: Vladimir Lukin
The Politics of Russian Revisionism: Diplomacy of a Worldview, 2011–Authors: Iain Ferguson and Sergei Akopov
Russia and Sanctions: The Transformational Domestic and International Effects of Unilateral Restrictive Measures. Author: Anastasia Likhacheva
Russia’s Policies in the Post-Soviet Space: Between Constructive Relations and Fighting the New Cold War. Authors: Andrei Kazantsev, Sergei Lebedev, and Svetlana Medvedeva
Russia’s China Policy: Growing Asymmetries and Hedging Options. Authors: Igor Denisov and Alexander Lukin
From ‘Greater Europe’ to Confrontation: Is a ‘Common European Home’ Still Possible? Author: Vladimir Ryzhkov
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