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Regular version of the site
Sites of Memory and Postmemory of the 4.19 Revolution in South Korea
In press

Kim N.

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

Book chapter
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.

Working paper
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.


HSE Winter School: The Whole World in Miniature

HSE Winter School: The Whole World in Miniature
From January 24 to February 4, HSE's Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs hosted an international winter school. Sixty students from across the globe (Korea, Japan, China, Germany, Italy, Poland, Egypt, Morocco, to name but a few) came together for 12 days and were plunged into the hustle and bustle of daily life in Russia.

‘In Search of the New World Order// Russia’s “Go East”, “Pax China” and European Destiny’

This was the topic of a presentation by Professor Alexey Maslov, Head of the HSE School of Asian Studies, his first talk as part of the Russia and Global Shift of Power public lecture organized in Valletta, Malta, by IDEAT foundation in cooperation with Russian Centre of Science and Culture on Malta.

HSE Hosts Conference for Junior Japan Experts

The sixth ‘New View’ conference for junior Japan experts has come to an end. The conference was organized by HSE’s School of Asian Studies together with the Japanese culture division of the Margarita Rudomino All-Russia State Library for Foreign Literature (Japan Foundation) and the Association of Japanese Studies.

HSE Open Lectures are Coming to Moscow’s Museums

The 'Open University' project, at the Higher School of Economics is organizing lectures in Moscow museums, following on from the series of free lectures given by HSE professors throughout the summer in Gorky Park. Lectures in museums will be held each Thursday starting from September 26.

HSE and SeoulTech: Cooperation Agreement

At the end of February 2013, a delegation from the Seoul National University of Science and Technology (SeoulTech) visited the HSE. As a result of negotiations, an agreement was finalized on student exchange between the two universities. The framework cooperation agreement between the HSE and SeoulTech was signed in April 2012.

Top Marks in Everything

The Journal “Bolshoi Gorod” – Big City, interviewed Masha Roslyakova, student at the HSE School of Asian Studies, who got 100/100 in Russian and History USE examinations.

Kadri Jamil: ‘Economic Growth is Impossible without Social Justice’

On December 16th 2011, a roundtable discussion summarizing a cycle of open lectures by Kadri Jamil, Professor at the Institute for Socio-Economic Development Planning in Damascus, on the current political situation in Syria and other Middle Eastern countries, took place at the HSE School of Asian Studies.

Korean Studies: ‘We’re Talking about an Absolutely New Form of Partnership’

This academic year, a course in Korean Studies began at the Higher School of Economics School of Asian Studies. Alexey Maslov, Head of the School, told us about the new programme.

Visit of the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the HSE

On June 3rd Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Korea in Moscow, Lee Younho, visited the Higher School of Economics in order to discuss plans for developing cooperation.

Asian Studies: Israel as a ‘Melting Pot’

On March 15th a seminar entitled ‘On the Twists of the Modernity’ took place at the HSE, where Yossi Tavor, First Secretary of the Embassy of Israel in Russia, read a lecture for the students of the HSE Faculty of Philosophy School of Asian Studies.