SEMINAR: Russian and Eurasian Foreign Policies and Politics

RUSSIAN AND EURASIAN STUDIES CENTRE SEMINAR 
  
RUSSIAN AND EURASIAN FOREIGN POLICIES AND POLITICS

Convenors:  Roy Allison (St Antony’s, SIAS) & Neil MacFarlane (St Anne’s, DPIR)  
 
SESSIONS ARE HELD ON MONDAYS AT 5 P.M. IN THE NISSAN LECTURE THEATRE

 
 13 October: Roy Allison (St Antony’s College, REES/SIAS Oxford), ‘Russian intervention in Ukraine: crossing the Rubicon?’ 
 
20 October: Kataryna Wolczuk (University of Birmingham), ‘In the cross-fire of 
integration: Ukraine, the EU and Russia’ 

 
27 October: Luca Anceschi (University of Glasgow), ‘Regime neo-Eurasianism: 
rethinking the politics of foreign policy in post-Soviet Kazakhstan’ 

 
3 November: Jody LaPorte (St Hilda’s College), ‘Corruption and authoritarianism in 
Central Asia’ 

 
10 November: H.E. Ambassador Natalie Sabanadze (Georgian Ambassador to Belgium, 
Luxembourg and the head of the Georgian mission to the European Union), ‘Georgia, the 
EU Association Agreement and wider foreign policy challenges’ 

 
17 November: Tuomas Forsberg (University of Tampere), ‘Emotions in Russian foreign 
policy’ 

 
24 November: Rick Fawn (University of St Andrews), ‘Post-Soviet states and 
international norms: introducing the idea of internal conditionality’ 

 
1 December: Andrew Wilson (University College London), ‘Lessons of the Ukraine crisis’