Глобальная и региональная безопасность и урегулирование конфликтов



Valery I. Mikhaylenko is Professor at the Department of International Relations of Ural Federal University, Russia. He holds a Doctoral Degree in History. His current research interests are comparative analysis of European integration and integration on the post-Soviet space, Russian foreign policy and Russian interregional strategy. Prof. Mikhaylenko published more than 50 articles on ideology of contemporary fascism, on European integration processes, and on Russian foreign policy and etc. He is a member of EU-Russia Experts Network on Foreign Policy. Prof. Mikhaylenko is a member of Editorial Board of journal “History and modern perspectives” (Russia). He is also a member of the chief editorial staff of journal «Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society (SPPS)”. Valery I. Mikhaylenko is a President of the Urals Regional Associations of European Studies (AES). Courses taught: Modern Foreign Policy of the Russian Federation (in Russian): EU External Regional Policy (in Russian).


Mark L. Entinis Professor and Head of the Department of European Law of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), holder of PhD and post doctorate Diploma in Law from MGIMO-University, Jean Monnet professor, President of the Board of the Russian Association of European Studies, Vice-president of Russian Association of International Law, member of the International Law Council at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia and expert council of the State Duma, Supreme Court and Ombudsman of the Russian Federation, specialist in Russian and European Legal Systems, the EU-Russia relations, Law of the Council of Europe and the European System of Human Rights Protection. Author of more than 400 publications, including a series of monographs on European law and Russia-EU relations. Courses taught: Theory and History of Diplomacy and the Modern Diplomatic System (in English, in Russian).


Ekaterina Mikhaylenko has more than 20 years experience in teaching the history of international relations, political and security issues at the Department of International Relations, Ural Federal University. In 2001 Ekaterina started working as assistant professor of history and theory of international relations. Since 2010, Ekaterina has been a lecturer full-time at the University. Currently Ekaterina is teaching courses related to contemporary issues of international relations and international security problems. Sphere of scientific interests: regional integration, regionalism, EU, Russian-led regionalism, security. Ekaterina has more than 20 publications, published both in English and Russian on European regionalism and projects that are realized in the post-soviet space. As a member of Jean Monnet Project  # 575043-EPP-1-2016-1-EN-EPPJMO-CHAIR "EU Regionalism and Foreign Policy" Ekaterina Mikhaylenko is responsible for teaching the course “Regional Structure of the World” and research on the topic “EU interregionalism”. Ekaterina is Head of the project group: Center for Security and Nonproliferation Research and Education, she was a member of the working group in Research grant 18-014-00033 of Russian Foundation of Basic Research “Multilateral Cooperation within the Scope of Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime and Russian National Interests in the Context of the Nuclear Ban Initiative». Courses taugh: Global and Regional Security (in English); Diplomacy Practice (NPT Simulation) (in English).


E.V. Khakhalkina, PhD in History, Professor, Associate Professor, National Research Tomsk State University. Author of more than 100 publications, including 2 monographs and co-author of 4 collective monographs. Twice Laureate of the Competition for the Award of the Tomsk Region in the field of education, science, health and culture (2015, 2020), Laureate of the competition for the award of the Tomsk State University for high achievements in education (2013), awarded the Gratitude of the Council of Rectors of Universities of the Tomsk Region (2018)), Medal for Merits, TSU (2018) and others. Research interests include: history of European integration, recent history of Great Britain, EU identity policy, migration processes, decolonization, problems of cross-border cooperation. Courses taught: EU Identity: A View of Oneself and Others (in Russian)


Andrey V. Lyamzin is Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations of Ural Federal University, Russia. He holds a Candidate Degree in History. Andrey V. Lyamzin has been teaching at the Department of International Relations, Ural Federal University, since 2000. Teaches courses related to the history of international relations, modern international conflicts, and international relations in the post-Soviet space, both in Russian and English. Guest researcher at CEU on CRC programm «Alternative Culture: New Developments in Teaching and Research». Budapest. 5-9 November, 2007. Participation General Program and Training Sessions «Human Security (environment, quality of food, public health and society) on Territories Contaminated by Radioactive Agents» 11th to 22nd November, 2013, Córdoba, Spain.Contributor to Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) expertise as a member of RIAC. Courses taught: International Conflicts and Contemporary Russian Strategy (in English); Regional Organizations of the post-Soviet Area (in English).


Dmitry Pobedash has been teaching at the Department of International Relations, Ural Federal University, since 1998. In 2005, Dmitry taught a summer course “History of Diplomacy” for “Tomorrow People” organization at Belgrade, Serbia. In 2012-2013 Dmitry was a Fulbright Scholar-in Residence at Wayne State College, USA, where he taught International Relations, Introduction to World Politics, and Russian Language. In 2017, he taught Russian-American Relations in 1990-2016 at Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. Dmitry was a guest researcher at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey, USA and at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Courses taught: Professional Communication Language (in English).


PhD, Associate Professor. Research interests: social complexity, globalization, international political economy, social theory. Since 2009, Igor has taught courses in philosophy, systems analysis, and globalization studies. During this time he published 34 scientific papers. Igor took part in the curriculum development workshop within the framework of the project 53064 -TEMPUS-1-2012-1-ES-TEMPUS-JPCR “Human security (environment, food quality, health and society) in areas subjected to radioactive contamination”. Courses taught: Megatrends and Global Issues (In English).


PhD in History, Associate Professor. Specialization and expertise in the field of European economy, EU economic cooperation, transborder cooperation, regional cooperation, regionalism, international logistics. Courses taught: Energy Diplomacy (in Russian).

Система Orphus