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Article
Afghanistan's Political Future and its Role in Eurasian Cooperation

Safranchuk I.

India Quarterly. 2019. Vol. Vol. 75. No. Issue 1. P. 15-28.

Article
A New World Order. A View from Russia

Karaganov S. A., Suslov D.

Horizons. 2019. No. 13. P. 72-93.

Book
After the Storm: Post-Pandemic Trends in the Southern Mediterranean. ISPI – RIAC

Chuprygin A., Kortunov A., Abdel Pazek I. et al.

Ledizioni Ledi Publishing, 2020.

Article
Active Ageing Index in Russia - Identifying Determinants for Inequality

Varlamova M., Sinyavskaya Oxana.

Journal of Population Ageing. 2021. Vol. 14. No. 1. P. 69-90.

Book chapter
ASEAN in the “Brave Digital World”

Kanaev E., Simbolon L., Shaternikov P.

In bk.: Регионы в современном мире: глобализация и Азия. Зарубежное регионоведение. St. Petersburg: Aletheya, 2020. P. 57-66.

News

«Big Bounce: Russian gas amid market tightness» - a new study published by Vitaly Ermakov

Vitaly Ermakov, the CCEIS expert, published the new study concerning Russian gas exports  
Key points:
- Russian gas output in 2021 has reached limits of near-term productive capacity responding to spikes in demand at home and abroad
- Russian gas exports increased robustly y-o-y, focusing mostly on Turkey and Germany
- This has proven to be insufficient to meet the rising call on Russian gas in Europe in Q3, which contributed to a price spike
- The configuration of Russian gas flows is changing, reflecting the shift in the geography of Russian gas supply

On a Third Cold War?

New article by Professor S. Karaganov, Dean of the School of World Economics and International Relations, "On a Third Cold War?" was published in "Russia in Global Affairs" Vol. 19 ∙ No.3 ∙ July – September ∙ 2021.

CCEIS employees authored Valdai Discussion Club Report

CCEIS employees authored Valdai Discussion Club Report
Valdai Discussion Club published "The Iron Frame of Eurasia: Achievements, Problems and Prospects of Continental Connectivity" report, dedicated to the current situation and prospects for the development of logistics and trade ties located both within the Central Asian region and beyond.

"10 years of the tragedy in Libya: lessons learned, ways to overcome the crisis"

On September 9, 2021 the School of International Regional Studies of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, HSE University within the framework of the permanent online practice-based project «It's worth talking about», eptember 9, 2021, the Department of foreign regional studies, faculty of world held a meeting with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation, the former Russian Ambassador to Iraq, Libya and Mauritania Vladimir Chamov. The topic was: "10 years of the tragedy in Libya".

Congratulations on the paper!The School of International Regional Studies congratulates the authors of the research paper entitled “How Does the Digitalization Shape Doing Business? Evidence from the Asia-Pacific Region”.

The paper is the outcome of the student research project “Doing Business in Asia-Pacific in the Age of Digital Transformations” (2020/21 academic year). The research was carried out at the School of International Regional Studies under the supervision of the SIRS professor Evgeny Kanaev.
On September 4, 2021, the paper was presented at the Eastern Economic Forum.

The HSE University in collaboration with Harvard University and partner organizations has completed the first 2021/22 Boot Camp of the Arms Control Negotiation Academy (ACONA)

The HSE University in collaboration with Harvard University and partner organizations has completed the first 2021/22 Boot Camp of the Arms Control Negotiation Academy (ACONA)
As a member of the Project Affiliates team Lev Sokolshchik (Research Fellow, Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies – CCEIS), took part in the work of the first ACONA Boot Camp, which had been held from 16 to 20 August 2021. During the camp, scientific discussions, lectures, reports, and workshops were held. The list of the participants included leading world experts in the fields of International Relations, Negotiations, Global and Regional security.

"Knowledge Brokers": What Eurasia Needs" - article by Miras Zhiyenbayev for "Russia in Global Affairs" (12.08.2021)

"Knowledge Brokers": What Eurasia Needs" - article by Miras Zhiyenbayev for "Russia in Global Affairs" (12.08.2021)
Miras Zhiyenbayev's article "Knowledge Brokers: What Eurasia Needs"is published in a new special issue of the "Russia in Global Affairs" journal. The issue is based on the results of the project "Management of International Crisis in Conditions of Global Uncertainty" of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy together with the Higher School of Economics and the Center for Liberal Strategies (Bulgaria), with the support of the profile committees of the Russian State Duma and the Federation Council, as well as the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs with the use of the grant of the Russian President for civil society development, provided by the Presidential Grants Foundation.

Vitaly Yermakov participated in the International Energy Forum INTERENEF

VitalyYermakov participated in the panel Diplomatic Energy Club-Croatia / EU Online, moderated by ProfDaria Karasalihović Sedlar
Vitaly’s key points:
- The finalization of Nord Stream 2 construction, now imminent, marks the success of Russia's strategy of minimizing the risks of third country transit.
- This strategy stems from the fundamental changes in the geography of Russian gas supply and the new configuration of Russian pipelines that connect new productive capacity on Yamal with the target market of Germany with the shortest possible route through the northern regions of Russia and via Nord Streams.
- Conversely, the irreversible decline of gas production in Russia's legacy fields in Nadym-Pur-Taz and ageing pipeline infrastructure leading towards Ukraine create constraints on future transit flows through Ukraine.
- The characterization of Nord Stream 2 as a "redundant" pipeline fails to consider these important facts and leads to false expectations regarding the future role of Ukrainian transit.

US cannot break China-Russia strategic partnership as it’s based on national interests: Alexander Lukin

Professor A.V. Lukin, head of the International Laboratory of the World Order and New Regionalism and head of the Department of International Relations, gave an interview to Global Times

A Chance Not To Be Missed

A Chance Not To Be Missed
Professor Sergey Karaganov, Dean of the School of World Economics and International Relations, has published a new article “A Chance Not To Be Missed” in ‘Rossiiskaya Gazeta’, Federal issue #139(8490), on June 25, 2021