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Illustration for news: “I got valuable comments on how I could improve my draft paper”

“I got valuable comments on how I could improve my draft paper”

Daria Bobarykina, the second-year student of master's programme “Comparative Politics of Eurasia” participated in the conference held by Hamad bin Khalifa University in Doha, Qatar.

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: Brand-new joint online course on social policies in post-Soviet Eurasia for students from HSE and Helsinki University launches next academic year

Brand-new joint online course on social policies in post-Soviet Eurasia for students from HSE and Helsinki University launches next academic year

We have asked Dr Anna Tarasenko, Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Comparative Governance Studies (HSE University in St Petersburg) to tell us about the course and her expectations from this innovative format of teaching in partnership with colleagues from abroad.

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?'.