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Regular version of the site
The Causes of the Sino-Soviet Split: Russian and Western Scholarship Perspectives

Karneev A., Kozylov I.

RUDN Journal of World History. 2023. Vol. 15. No. 4. P. 393-402.

Book chapter
Climate Policies in the BRICS Countries: The Interrelation between GHG Emissions Reduction and Socio-Economic Development

Stepanov I. A., Makarov I. A., Anna Shuranova et al.

In bk.: COVID-19 and Climate Change in BRICS Nations: Beyond the Paris Agreement and Agenda 2030. Routledge, 2024. Ch. 4. P. 44-75.

Working paper
Revolutions and democracy. Can democracies stop violence?

Ustyuzhanin V., Korotayev A.

social sciences & humanities. SAGE advance, 2022

International Cooperation

The School forms its international contacts based on the areas of students' education - in foreign languages and according to their specialization.

Potential partners in language training of students in Oriental studies, based on international standards and with the opportunity to pass recognized exams, include:

The University of Damascus

The University of Jordan

Abu Nur Islamic University

People's University of China

The Diplomatic Academy of China

Shandong University

Beijing Foreign Studies University

Shanghai International Studies University

Beijing Normal University

Waseda University

Hokkaido University

We plan to make the People's University of China the School's partner in research internships.