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Political Logic of the “Municipal Filter” in Russia: Evidence from Perm Krai 2020 Elections

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September 16, 2022: Research Seminar on the Topic "The European Union's Perception as a Global Actor in Russia, 1991-2022"

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to Research Seminar of the Department of Political Science and International Relations, which will be held on Friday, September 16, 2022 at 16.30 Saint-Petersburg time / 20.30 Tomsk time

Speaker: Larisa Deriglazova (Doctor of History, Professor, Department of World Politics, Tomsk State University).

Title: The European Union's perception as a global actor in Russia, 1991-2022

The EU-Russia relations are in the open conflict phase, the outcome that is unexpected only from the first glance. From the very beginning, these relations were shattered by periodic crises, mutual accusations, and grievances on both sides. Russia and the EU claimed to reach strategic partnership and integration in early 1990s. In 2014, they vacate "natural partners" in the post-Soviet space strategic with a series of open conflicts alongside ruptures in perceptions of values, interests, goals, and means. At the same time, the contemporary Russia's image and the self-identification of its political class and citizens are tied with the European Union, which serves as a "significant other".

Language: Russian    

Zoom link: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89206343425?pwd=RDNpYmRzNDFDdjhoMktRSzRORE9wZz09

ID: 892 0634 3425

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