Central Asian Survey Publishes Special Issue Co-Edited by Oleg Korneev
Central Asian Survey, published by Taylor & Francis, is the leading international peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal concerned with the history, politics, cultures, religions and economies of Central Asia and the Caucasus. Oleg Korneev, Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Affairs, HSE University-St Petersburg, co-edited the special issue ‘EU–Central Asian Interactions: Perceptions, Interests and Practices’ together with his colleagues Rick Fawn (University of St Andrews) and Karolina Kluczewska (University of Ghent).
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.
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (WoS Q1) has recently published a new article by Oleg Korneev, Academic supervisor of the MA programme “Comparative Politics of Eurasia”
The article “‘Home-grown’ vs. ‘imported’ regionalism? Overlapping dynamics of regional migration governance in post-Soviet Eurasia” (co-authored with Andrey Leonov, Lobachevsky University) explores intra-regional and externally-driven frameworks of regional migration governance in post-Soviet Eurasia.
Discussing international institutions via the book “The Closure of the International System: How Institutions Create Political Equalities and Hierarchies”
This year among general discussions during the Conference, one stands out by being focused on the book and with the participation of its author herself. Oleg Korneev, the moderator of the discussion, shared the importance of the topic and gave a brief sneak-peek into the content of the panel.