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China's Infinite Transition and Its Limits. Economic, Military and Political Dimensions

Karpov M., Kashin V., Voskressenski A. D.

Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

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Sites of Memory and Postmemory of the 4.19 Revolution in South Korea
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Kim N.

Proceedings of Russian Korean Studies. 2021. No. 12. P. 1-15.

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Libya in the Covid-19 Era: Between Local Chaos and Foreign Interferences

Chuprygin A.

In bk.: After the Storm: Post-Pandemic Trends in the Southern Mediterranean. ISPI – RIAC. Ledizioni Ledi Publishing, 2020. Ch. 5. P. 68-77.

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The Political Role of the Russian Consulates in Mongolia in the Mongolian National Liberation Movement in the Early 20th Century

Sizova A.

Basic research program. WP BRP. National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2016. No. 119.

Muslims in Interwar Western Europe

Umar Ryad (KU Leuven) delivered on 5thof April an online lecture at the School of Asian Studies, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, Higher School of Economics.

Dr. Umar Ryad - Professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies (Hoogleraar Arabistiek en Islamkunde), Head of the Department of East Asian and Arabic Studies, Director of Leuven Centre for the Study of Islam, Culture and Society (Faculty of Arts - University of Leuven), Member of the Young Academy of Belgium.  

His talk shed light on the intellectual and religiopolitical roles played by Muslim "intellectual agents" in Europe during the interwar years and up until the rest of World War II (1918-1946). The talk also contributed to our historical conceptualization of Europe as much as to our understanding of the contemporary scene of Islam in Europe and the world today.  

Video-recording of Dr. Ryad's lecture is available on the School of Asian Studies' YouTube channel.