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Programme Facts

Field of Study
Languages of Instruction
ENG

Instruction in English

Duration and Mode of Study

2 years

Full-time programme
Special conditions

Russian government and HSE scholarships and tuition fee waivers available

Academic supervisor Andrey Starodubtsev tells about the master’s programme "Comparative Politics of Eurasia"

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Illustration for news: Mackenzie Tubridy explains the particularities of the pro-business parties in Russia

Mackenzie Tubridy explains the particularities of the pro-business parties in Russia

Our graduates continue to talk about their final research projects. Mackenzie Tubridy studied why and how parties represented the interests of small and medium-size business are formed in Russia.

Illustration for news: Daniele Straquadanio tells about the peculiarities of international pressure in the post-Soviet space

Daniele Straquadanio tells about the peculiarities of international pressure in the post-Soviet space

The second-year students of the Comparative Politics of Eurasia programme have just defended their final theses, some of which can already be published as policy papers and academic papers, while others — immediately after a small revision. We ask Daniele Straquadanio, who is about to receive his diploma, to tell us what influences the effectiveness of international pressure on countries that violate human rights.

Illustration for news: 'It is Important to Expand your Horizons and Analyze Language Conflicts'

'It is Important to Expand your Horizons and Analyze Language Conflicts'

Interview with Ksenia Maksimovtsova, associate professor of the HSE Department of Political Science and International Affairs, about her work experience in Germany, post-Soviet countries' language policy issues and features of the Project Seminar discipline.

Illustration for news: Public Lecture 'Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus: a common, contested or fragmented neighbourhood?' by Professor Laure Delcour (University Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris)

Public Lecture 'Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus: a common, contested or fragmented neighbourhood?' by Professor Laure Delcour (University Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris)

On December 16, 2020, Professor Laure Delcour (University Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris) gave an online public lecture 'Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus: a common, contested or fragmented neighbourhood?'.