Department for Comparative Political Studies

Dr. Sc. (Philos.) Pantin Vladimir | +7 (499) 128-8154

Field of research

The Department for Comparative Political Studies conducts research on the following topics:

- main factors of aggravation of socio-political and international conflicts in the contemporary world (analysis and forecast);

- methodology of the analysis of political change;

- the impact of socio-political and international conflicts, globalization and regionalization in the reformatting of political spaces;

- transformation of political institutions in the European Union, the United States and Russia;

- dynamics of identity as a factor of political change.



List of Staff

  Arteev Sergei
  Bardin Andrey
  Chugrov Sergey
  Kardava Nikolai
  Katagarova Veronica
  Khainatskaya Tatiana
  Kholodkovskii Kirill
  Kisovskaya Natalya
  Kondratyeva Tatiana
  Labinskaya Isabella
  Lapkin Vladimir
  Pantin Vladimir
  Ryabov Andrey
  Sheinis Viktor
  Sigachev Maxim

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