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Illustration for news: To be an international student on distant learning: Kennedy Lee, USA

To be an international student on distant learning: Kennedy Lee, USA

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most international students were unable to move to Russia and study alongside their fellow students. Some students of Comparative Politics of Eurasia Master's programme shared their experience of distant learning and detachment from culture and campus. Up first is first-year student Kennedy Lee from the USA.

Illustration for news: International Relations, Energy, and a Long-Distance Relationship with Russia: A Brazilian Student's Story

International Relations, Energy, and a Long-Distance Relationship with Russia: A Brazilian Student's Story

Having earned degrees in International Relations and Energy, Tulio Bunder from Brazil wanted to pursue his research in Eurasian Energy Geopolitics, which led him to the Master's programme in Comparative Politics of Eurasia. Though based in another BRICS country, he decided to study in Russia—and despite the challenges posed by the pandemic and his long-distance relationship with Saint Petersburg and HSE University, he seems happy with his choice.

Illustration for news: Political Science on Vacation: How to Level Up

Political Science on Vacation: How to Level Up

Anna Shabanova, a first-year student of the Master's programme 'Comparative Politics of Eurasia', has received funding from the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) for participating in a virtual summer school dedicated to political research methodology. Taking part in summer and winter schools of various international organisations is an auxiliary facility to deepen methodological and research skills.

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.