Vitaly Yermakov, CCEIS expert, took part in the discussion "Transition to Net-Zero focusing on IEA’s recent report Net Zero by 2050", where he presented a report on the topic " Energy transition and Russia's low-carbon adaptation strategy".
Presentation of the monograph «Great Power Politics in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: The Geoeconomics of Technological Sovereignty» by Prof. Glenn Diesen
On March 16, 2021, an online presentation of the monograph "Great Power Politics in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: The Geoeconomics of Technological Sovereignty" was held. The author - Glenn Diesen, a Professor at the University of Southeastern Norway.
Two discussants participated in the online presentation: Vasily Kashin, CCEIS Deputy Director, and Maxim Suchkov, Director of the Center for Advanced American Studies, Institute of International Studies, MGIMO-University
Dmitry Suslov, Deputy Director of the CCEIS, about the US-Russia Relations for Observer Research Foundation (09.02.2021)
Dmitry Suslov shared his view on the current state of bilateral Russia-US relations in an interview for Observer Research Foundation.
The Centre for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CCEIS) at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow invites applications for postdoctoral positions to play a key role in the Centre’s research projects in the following academic fields:
• Great power relations, new instruments and formats of great power competition (formal and informal sanctions, trade wars), rising powers
• Research on Geo-economics
• International Political Economy and the impact of US-China decoupling
• Foreign Policy Analysis• Foreign policy strategies of small and middle powers vis-a-vis great powers
• Asian Studies
• Chinese studies
• Chinese sociology (internal processes in Chinese society, trends, and problems)
HSE University and Harvard University in cooperation with partners have completed preparation for the Second Boot Camp of The Arms Control Negotiation Academy
Lev Sokolshchik (PhD, Candidate of Science, a research fellow of the Centre of Comprehensive European and International Studies of HSE) as a member of the organizer team took part in the Working Group of the preparation the Second Camp of The Arms Control Negotiation Academy (ACONA). The general agenda of the camp is a multilateral strategic stability in the contemporary world. Preparation for the project (January 11–15, 2021) has been in process from October 2020 in the format of regular online meetings, during which the event program was prepared, the expert board was formed, and research projects' drafts of the Fellows were carried out.
CCEIS fellows, together with Finnish experts, discussed the prospects for Russian-Finnish cooperation in the Arctic
On December 4, the HSE Centre for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CCEIS) hosted a closed round table on “Russian-Finnish cooperation in the Arctic”. Finnish researchers from the Arctic Centre of the University of Lapland, the University of Oulu and the University of Tampere were invited to participate in the online conference.
Lev Sokolshchik (PhD, Candidate of Science, a research fellow of the Centre of Comprehensive European and International Studies of HSE) took part in an online discussion with NATO officials. Within the framework of the meeting, issues related to global and regional security, Russia–NATO relations, the strategic force balance in Europe, and the prospects for the NATO development as a military-political block were discussed.
Senior Research Fellow of CCEIS, Igor Makarov, took part in the scientific seminar “The Arctic Region: State Policy and Development in Conditions of Uncertainty”, which was organized by Valdai International Discussion Club.
Anastasia Likhacheva took part in Gateway Geoeconomic dialogue, 13-14 February 2017, Mumbai, India.
Andrej Krickovic and Yuval Weber published a post on the blog "Order from Chaos" (The Brookings Institution). They argue that due to commitment problems and domestic political constraints, the United States and Russia will not be able to reach a sort of grand bargain to settle their differences. A new Cold War, they contend, is likely coming.