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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).

US only satisfied with big countries as satellites

Professor Alexander Lukin, the head of the Department of International Relations and the International Laboratory for World Order Studies and New Regionalism, gave an interview to Global Times  on September 1, 2020.

Professor A.Lukin’s Article in “Regional Security Outlook 2020”

Professor A.V. Lukin, the head of the International Laboratory of the World Order and New Regionalism, the head of the Department of International Relations, published the article “Russia’s Approach to Security Architecture in the Asia Pacific” in the “Regional Security Outlook 2020” prepared by the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP).

Professor Lukin published in The National Interest

The National Interest published an article by the Head of the Department of International Relations, Professor Alexander Lukin.

Illustration for news: Professor Lukin interviewed by Chinese Television (channel CGTN)

Professor Lukin interviewed by Chinese Television (channel CGTN)

The Head of the Department of International Relations, Professor Alexander Lukin spoke about the Chinese-Russian rapprochement and the current international political situation.

China’s Geoeconomics and the ‘New Cold War’

Glenn Diesen, the Professor of the School of International Affairs, published the article called “China’s Geoeconomics and the “New Cold War” in “Russia in Global Affairs” journal.

Illustration for news: Alexander Lukin Took Part in Scientific Events in China

Alexander Lukin Took Part in Scientific Events in China

Professor Alexander Lukin, head of the Department of International Relations and head of the Laboratory on World Order Studies and the New Regionalism, took part in scientific events in China.