Dr. Andrei Vladimir Korobkov

Professor, Political Science and International Relations, College of Liberal Arts

Dr. Andrei Vladimir Korobkov
(615) 473-2375
Room 209, Peck Hall (PH)
MTSU Box 29, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
2327 Calderwood Court

Degree Information

  • PHD, University of Alabama (1999)
  • PHD, Russian Academy of Sciences (1988)
  • BS, Moscow State University (1982)

Areas of Expertise

The socio-economic and political aspects of the modern trends in migration. Brain drain. Comparative migration policies. Nationalism, state- and nation-building. Inter-ethnic relations and minority politics with a regional emphasis on Russia, the post-Soviet states,and Eastern Europe. Economic reform and the issues of regional economic development, energy policy, social stratification and employment policy.

Biography

Andrei Vladimir Korobkov – Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Director of the Russian Studies Minor at Middle Tennessee State University. In 2015-2018 he also served as the Director of the University’s Master of Arts in International Relations Graduate Program. Korobkov also was the Lead Researcher at the Institute of Socio-Political Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Visiting Researcher at MGIMO University of the Ministry of Foreign Affai...

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Andrei Vladimir Korobkov – Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Director of the Russian Studies Minor at Middle Tennessee State University. In 2015-2018 he also served as the Director of the University’s Master of Arts in International Relations Graduate Program. Korobkov also was the Lead Researcher at the Institute of Socio-Political Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Visiting Researcher at MGIMO University of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Moscow.

He graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University, received a Ph.D. in Economics degree after postgraduate studies at the Institute of Economics of the World Socialist System of the USSR Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union, and a Ph. D. in Political Science from the University of Alabama. Korobkov worked as a Research Fellow at the Institute of International Economic and Political Research of the USSR Academy of Sciences in Moscow.

Living in the United States since 1990, he taught Political Science and Russian language classes at the University of Alabama. Since 2000 – Professor at Middle Tennessee State University. Author of more than two hundred articles and three monographs, published in Russia, the US, Finland, Croatia, Germany, Turkey, Portugal, Moldova, India, Spain, Serbia, South Africa and several other countries.

Korobkov presented academic papers at conventions in more than forty countries. He specializes in geopolitics, nationalism and populism, interethnic relations and migration, including brain drain.

Since 2000, he has been repeatedly elected by the President, Vice President and Chairman of the Program Committee of the Post-Communist Systems in International Relations section of the International Studies Association. A member of the Executive Committee of the Interdisciplinary Studies Section of the same association. Member of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies and the Association for the Study of Nationalities.

The expert of the Peninsula Foundation (India) and associate faculty of the MTSU Political Economy Institute. Member of the editorial boards of the «Social Policy and Sociology», «MGIMO Review of International Relations», «Tractus Aevorum (Russia)», «Moldoscopie» (Moldova) and «The Bulletin of Geography: The Socio-economic Series» (Poland) academic journals.

In 2012-2013 – Head of the research project on the problems of interaction with the Russian academic diaspora abroad, held at MGIMO University under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, supported by a grant from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. In 2013-2015 – Co-chairman of the working group on migration of the Russian-American program «Exchange of social experience and knowledge» of the Eurasia Foundation.

Korobkov was twice (2007 and 2021) a visiting researcher at the Kennan Institute in Washington and the United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies in Bruges (2014), as well as visiting professor at Belgorod State University. He has lectured at the Syktyvkar State University, the Irkutsk State University, the Russian State University for the Humanities, the University of Illinois, the Temple University and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Repeatedly made presentations at the Rhodes Forum, the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum and the Gaidar Forum.

He teaches courses in Russian and European politics, international migration, American foreign policy, international law, international relations, globalization, and comparative politics and economics.

A regular participant in political programs on television and radio, he has given over 2,500 television, radio, Internet and print interviews to media organizations in Russia, USA, Belarus, Ukraine, Latvia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Germany, Ireland, United Kingdom, Turkey, Serbia, Czech Republic, Poland, Turkey and other countries.

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Publications

“Russia’s War in Ukraine.” Russian Analytical Digest. No. 288, 21 November 2022, 7-12. URL:  https://css.ethz.ch/content/dam/ethz/special-interest/gess/cis/center-for-securities-studies/pdfs/RAD288.pdf   The Social Problems of International Migrants. Valdai Discussion Club Report. November 2022. ISBN 978-5-907318-68-7. URL: https://valdaiclub.com/files/39830/   “The COVID-19 Health Scare and Its Impact on the US Politics and So...

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“Russia’s War in Ukraine.” Russian Analytical Digest. No. 288, 21 November 2022, 7-12. URL:  https://css.ethz.ch/content/dam/ethz/special-interest/gess/cis/center-for-securities-studies/pdfs/RAD288.pdf   The Social Problems of International Migrants. Valdai Discussion Club Report. November 2022. ISBN 978-5-907318-68-7. URL: https://valdaiclub.com/files/39830/   “The COVID-19 Health Scare and Its Impact on the US Politics and Society.” In: Lebedeva, M., Morozov, V., Eds. Turning Points of World Transformation. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022, 173-97. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-1758-5_11   Book Review: Puffer, Sheila M., Daniel J. McCarthy, and Daniel M. Satinsky. Hammer and Silicon: The Soviet Diaspora in the US Innovation Economy. Immigration, Innovation, Insttitutions, Imprinting, and Identity. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2018. xvii+411 pp. ISBN 9781316641262. Russian Review (in print).   Book Review: Kerr, William R. The Gift of Global Talent: How Migration Shapes Business, Economy & Society. Stanford, California: An Imprint of Stanford University Press * Stanford Business Books, 2019. xv+237 pp. ISBN 9781503605022 Contemporary Sociology   International Migration in Pandemic Times: Disrupted Links, Remittances and Migrantophobia. Valdai Discussion Club Report. August 2021. ISBN 978-5-907318-44-1. URL: https://valdaiclub.com/files/35244/   “Budushchee Trampizma” (The Future of Trumpism). Izvestiia. 19 January 2021. https://iz.ru/1112610/andrei-korobkov/budushchee-trampizma    Book Review: Why Control Immigration? Strategic Uses of Migration Management in Russia. By Caress Schenk.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018. Perspectives on Politics, Volume 18, Issue 4, December 2020, 1255 – 1257. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1537592720003217   “The COVID-19 Pandemic, Donald Trump, and the Future of American Politics.” Journal of International Analytics. 11 (1) 2020, 42-57.   “The American Election Campaign in the Period of Crisis.” Valdai Discussion Club. 6 April 2020. https://valdaiclub.com/a/highlights/the-american-election-campaign/; https://ru.valdaiclub.com/a/highlights/korona-trampa-i-virus/       “Russian Academic Diaspora: Its Scale, Dynamics, Structural Characteristics, and Ties to the RF.” In Migration from the Newly Independent States: 25 Years After the Collapse of the USSR. Mikhail Denisenko, Salvatore Strozza, and Matthew Light, editors. Springer, 2020, 299-322.   “Will the US Revert to ‘Like in Grandma’s Time’ Again?” Valdai Discussion Club. 11 February 2020. https://ru.valdaiclub.com/a/highlights/stanet-li-v-amerike-vsye-vnov-kak-pri-babushke/?sphrase_id=18634; https://valdaiclub.com/a/highlights/will-the-us-revert-to-just-like-in-grandma/?sphrase_id=158394   “The Chinese Diaspora in Europe: Serving the Motherland from Abroad.” BRE: Baltic Rim Economies Review. May 29, 2019 (University of Turku, Finland)(co-authored with N.A. Sluka and A.V. Ivanov). https://sites.utu.fi/bre/the-chinese-diaspora-in-europe-serving-the-motherland-from-abroad/   “Deistvie Protivodeistviia.” (The Impact of the Counteraction.”) Izvestia.14 May 2019. https://iz.ru/877442/andrei-korobkov/deistvie-protivodeistviia     “Will Venezuelan Parliamentary Elections End the Deadlock?” Valdai Discussion Club. 7 February 2019. http://valdaiclub.com/a/highlights/will-venezuelan-parliamentary-elections-end-the-de/?sphrase_id=566866   “WTO without USA.” Valdai Discussion Club. 7 September 2018. http://valdaiclub.com/a/highlights/wto-without-usa/   “The Chinese Diaspora in the Baltic Region States.” The Baltic Region 3 (10) 2018, 80-95 (co-authored with N.A. Sluka and A.V. Ivanov).     “Suzarain-Vassals Relations: How Trump Shapes His European Relations.” Valdai Discussion Club. 30 July 2018.  http://valdaiclub.com/a/highlights/suzerain-vassals-relations/    “Donald Trump and the Evolving US-Russia Relationship.“ Perceptions 1 (24) (Spring-Summer 2019), 59-82.   “The Hispanic Immigration Dynamics and Its Role in US History and Modern Political Life.” In “Russia and Iberoamerica in A Globalizing World: History and Modernity.” Lazar Jeifets, ed. St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg State University.   “Diasporas and Politics: A Comparative Aspect.” Valeriu Mosneaga, ed. Diasporas in the Modern World: Regional Context and Potential for Sustainable Development of the Country of Origin. Chisinau, Moldova: The International Organization for Migration, 2018, 466-73.   “The Russian Intellectual Diaspora: Scale, Structure, Dynamics, and the Prospects for Cooperation with the Russian Federation.” Valeriu Mosneaga, ed. Diasporas in the Modern World: Regional Context and Potential for Sustainable Development of the Country of Origin. Chisinau, Moldova: The International Organization for Migration, 2018, 347-57.   “Overlapping migration-related problems call for greater cooperation among BRICS states.” Henley&Partners Passport Index. Cape Town, South Africa, 2018. https://www.henleypassportindex.com/global-ranking   “The Systemic Nature of the Causes and Consequences of the Revolution.” Mir Peremen. 4 (October-December 2017), 124-7.   “A Wake-Up Call: What Are the Implications of a New Russia-West Confrontation.” Rethinking Russia. March 15, 2018. http://rethinkingrussia.ru/en/2018/03/a-wake-up-call-what-are-the-implications-of-a-new-russia-west-confrontation/   “Why Trump Backtracks on His Russia Policy.” Russia Direct. March 14, 2017. http://www.russia-direct.org/opinion/why-trump-backtracks-his-russia-policy    “Trump’s First Days in Office Aggravate Political Crisis in the US.” Russia Direct. February 2, 2017. http://www.russia-direct.org/opinion/trumps-first-days-office-aggravate-political-crisis-us   “What Obama’s Foreign Policy Legacy Means for Trump?” Russia Direct. November 25, 2016. http://www.russia-direct.org/opinion/what-obamas-foreign-policy-legacy-means-trump   “Prezidentskaia Kampaniia 2016 g. kak Otrazhenie Sistemnogo Krizisa Amerikanskogo Obshchestva” (“The 2016 Presidential Campaign as a  Reflection of the US Society’s Systemic Crisis.”) Rethinking Russia. November 14, 2016. http://rethinkingrussia.ru/2016/11/2016-presidential-race-reveals-the-systemic-crisis-in-american-society/   “Amerikanskii Yel’tsin” (“The American Yeltsin”). Rossiia v Global’noi Politike. 14 November 2016. http://www.globalaffairs.ru/global-processes/Amerikanskii-Eltcin-18461   “Krupneishie Migratsionnye Sistemy Mira: Obshchie Trendy i Razlichiia” (“The Largest Migratory Systems of the World: Common Trends and Differences”). In: Geografiia Mirovogo Khoziaistva Perspektivy: Traditsii, Sovremennost’, Perspektivy (Geography of the World Economy: Traditions, Present, Perspectives). V. A. Kolosov and N. A. Sluka, eds. Moscow and Smolensk: Oykumena Publishers, 2016, 313-27.   “Posle Vyborov” (“After the Elections”). Rossiia v Global’noi Politike. 9 September 2016. http://www.globalaffairs.ru/global-processes/Posle-vyborov-18351    “The Cold War Mentality and the US Presidential Campaign.” Russia Direct. 25 August 2016. http://www.russia-direct.org/opinion/cold-war-mentality-and-us-presidential-campaign   “Spory o Migratsii: Sotsial’no-Ekonomicheskie Aspekty” (Migration Debates: Social and Economic Aspects.”) Rethinking Russia. August 8, 2016. http://rethinkingrussia.ru/2016/08/migration-debates/“What Would be the Policies of a President Trump?” Russia Direct. July 20, 2016. http://www.russia-direct.org/opinion/what-would-be-policies-president-trump

  “Global Security and Economic Leadership of Russia.” In: Global and Regional Leadership of BRICS Countries. Stephen Kingah, ed. United Nations University Series, vol. 11. Berlin: Springer, 2016 (co-authored with Stephen Kingah and Jovana Jovic), 93-111.   “The 2016 US Presidential Race Holds Some Surprises for Russia.” Russia Direct. February 20, 2016. http://www.russia-direct.org/opinion/2016-us-presidential-race-holds-some-surprises-russia    “BRICS Members and the Migration Challenge.” Tractus Aevorum 2 (2) Fall/Winter 2015, 3-23. http://belsu-tractus-aevorum.ru/en/archive/45   “US-Russia Relations in 2015: From Confrontation to Limited Cooperation.” Russia Direct. 28 December 2015 (co-authored with Pavel Koshkin).                                                                                                             http://www.russia-direct.org/analysis/us-russia-relations-2015-total-confrontation-limited-cooperation   «Politicheskie Kataklizmy Nachala Veka i Budushchee Sistemy Mezhdunarodnykh Otnoshenii.» (The Political Cataclysms at the Start of the Century and the Future of the International Relations System.) Vestnik MGIMO Universiteta, 2 (45) 2015, 23-9.   Razvitie Sotrudnichestva s Russkoiazychnoi Diasporoi: Opyt, Problemy, Perspektivy (The Development of Cooperation with the Russian Speaking Diaspora: The Experience, Problems, and Prospects). Moscow: Russian International Affairs Council, The International Association of Russian Speaking Scientists, “Inkonsult K” Ltd., and the “New Eurasia” Foundation, 2015 (co-authored with Irina Dezhina and Yevgeny Kuznetsov).   “Novoe Velikoe Pereselenie: Migratsiia v Rossii i Mire: Sravnitel’naia Perspektiva” (The New Great Resettlement: Migration in Russia and the World: A Comparative Perspektive). Rossiia v Global’noi Politike. 14 (April-June 2015), 180-93.   “Why Kerry's visit to Moscow won't improve U.S.-Russia relations.” Russia Direct. 17 December 2015. http://www.russia-direct.org/opinion/why-kerrys-visit-moscow-wont-improve-us-russia-relations   “What Russia and the West miss in the Syrian conflict.” Russia Direct. 7 October 2015. http://www.russia-direct.org/opinion/what-russia-and-west-miss-syrian-conflict   “Migranty v Strane Migrantov. Rol’ Ponaekhavshikh v Amerikanskoi Vnutrennei Politike i Predvybornoi Gonke.”(Migrants in the Country of Migrants: The Role of “Invaders” in Domestic Politics and the Electoral Race). Lenta.ru. 11 September 2015. http://lenta.ru/articles/2015/09/11/usamigrants/                                       “Putin's UN speech showcases Russia's view of the global order.” Russia Direct. 28 September 2015.  http://www.russia-direct.org/opinion/putins-un-speech-showcases-russias-view-shifting-global-order   “Why the 2016 US presidential elections matter to Russia.” Russia Direct. 3 September 2015. http://www.russia-direct.org/opinion/why-2016-us-presidential-elections-matter-russia   “Pliusy i Minusy Rossiskoi Intellektual’noi Migratsii” (Pro et Cons of the Russian Intellectual Migration). Mir Peremen 4 (October-December 2014), 138-53.    “Dinamika i Strukturnye Kharakteristiki Rossiiskoi Intellektual’noi Migratsii” (The Dynamics and Structural Characteristics of the Russian Intellectual Migration). In: Intellektual’naia Migratsiia v Sovremennom Mire. Marina M. Lebedeva, ed. Moscow: MGIMO – Universitet, 2014, 99-117.   “Opyt Upravleniia Intellektual’noi Migratsiei v Severnoi Amerike” (The North American Experience of the Intellectual Migration Management). In: Intellektual’naia Migratsiia v Sovremennom Mire. Marina M. Lebedeva, ed. Moscow: MGIMO – Universitet, 2014, 118-37.   “Dorog Mnogo. Kuda Idti…” (The Roads Are Plenty. Where Should One Go…). Migratsiya—21 Vek. 6-7 (November-December) 2014, 30-6.   "The Refugees Problem in Russia: Myths and Reality.” Russian International Affairs Council. August-September 2014. http://russiancouncil.ru/en/inner/?id_4=4312&active_id_11=38#top    “The ‘Brain Drain’ in Comparative Perspective: The US Experience.” In: From Brain Drain to Brain Gain. Russia Direct Quarterly Report 5 (May) 2014, 16-21.   “Opyt Amerikanskoi Migratsionnoi Politiki i Rossiia” (The US Migration Policy Experience and Russia). In: Migranty, Migrantophobii i Migratsionnaia Politika. Vladimir Mukomel, ed. Moscow: Academia, 2014, 162-75.   “Pritok Mozgov ili Kak Rossii Mozhet Prigodit’sia Amerikanskii Opyt Migratsionnoi Politiki” (Brain Gain or How Russia Could Utilize the US Migration Policy Experience). Migration – 21st Century. 5 (20) November-December 2013, 35-8.   "Vyzhivet li Amerikanskii Plavil’nyi Kotel” (“Will the American Melting Pot Survive?”). Rossiyskiy Sovet po Mezhdunarodnym Delam. December 2012, http://russiancouncil.ru/index/   “Russian Brain Drain: Myths and Reality.” Communist and Post-Communist Studies Special Issue on Disintegration of the Soviet Union. Twenty Years Later. Assessment. Quo Vadis? Richard Sakwa and Andrey Kazantsev, eds., vol. 45, no. 3-4, September-December 2012, 327-41 (with Zhanna A. Zaionchkovskaia).   “Migratsionnaia Politika SShA: Uroki dlia Rossii” (“US Migration Policy: Lessons for Russia.” Migratsiya XXI vek (Migration – 21st Century. 2 (11) March-April 2012, 56-9.   "Rossiiskaia Nauchno-Tekhnologicheskaia Diaspora v SShA” (“Russian Scientific-Technological Diaspora in the USA).” Rossiyskiy Sovet po Mezhdunarodnym Delam. May 2012, http://russiancouncil.ru/index/   “Russkii Yazyk v SSHA: Tendentsii Poslednikh Let” (Russian Language in the USA: The Tendencies of the Recent Years”). Russki Yazyk za Rubezhom. No. 1 (2012), 107-11.    “Nuzhny Yasnye Perspektivy” (“Clear Prospects Are Necessary”). Velikoe Posol’stvo, January-March 2012, 12-3.   “Dinamika Programm Russkogo Yazyka v SShA: Tendentsii Poslednikh Let” (“The US Russian Language Programs: The Recent Trends”). Fond Russkiy Mir: Informatsionnyi Portal, http://www.russkiymir.ru/russkiymir/ru/publications/articles/article0776.html   “Ne Tol’ko Poteria…” (“Not Only the Loss…”) Strategiia Rossii (Russia’s Strategy). No. 12 (84), December 2010, 37-39.   “Migrascions a la Regio Post-Sovietica” (“Migrations in the Post Soviet Region.”) In: Blair Ruble and Pep Subiros, eds. Immigracio: El Capital Social i Cultural. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona, 2009.   “Vozvrashchenie bez Peremeny Mesta Zhitel’stva” (“Return without Moving Back”). Migratsiia v Rossii (Migration in Russia). No. 7-8 (38-9), November-December 2009, 42-3.   “Rossiya i Amerika: Podkhody k Migratsionnoi Politike” (Russia and Amerika: The Migration Policy Approaches.”)  Russian International Studies Association Papers. Moscow: MGIMO University, 2009.   Opyt Migratsionnoi Politiki SShA:Uspekhi, Vyzovy, Uroki dlya Rossii (The US Migration Experience: Successes, Challenges, and  Lessons for Russia). Moscow: Bureau for Human Rights, 2008.   “Post-Soviet Migration: New Trends at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century.” Chapter in: Migration, Homeland, and Belonging in Eurasia. Blair Ruble, Cynthia Buckley, and Erin Trouth Hofmann, eds. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press and the Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008, 69-98.   “SShA – Strana Immigrantov” (“USA – The Country of Immigrants”). Demoscope Weekly, vol. 8, no. 351-2, 27 October – 16 November 2008. <http://demoscope.ru>.   “Sotsial’no-ekonomicheskaia Rol’ Perevodov Migrantov” (“The Socioeconomic Role of Migrant Remittances”).  Demoscope Weekly, vol. 8, no. 315-6, 1-20  January 2008. <http://demoscope.ru>.   “Migratsionnaya Politika SShA: Uroki dlya Rossii” (“US Migration Policy: The Lessons for Russia”). Rossiia v Global’noi Politike (Russia in a Global Politics). Vol. 6,  no. 3, May-June 2008, 27-40.   “The Post-Soviet Migration Dynamics: From Politics to Economics.” Lusiada. Serie 1, no. 6/7, 2007. 87-128.   “Migration Trends in Central Eurasia: Politics versus Economics.” Communist and Post-Communist Studies Special Issue on Conflict and Conflict resolution in Central Eurasia: Dimensions and Challenges. Karina Korostelina and Dennis J. D. Sandole, eds. no. 2, vol. 40. June 2007, 169-90.   “The Socio-Economic Impact of Migrant Remittances in the CIS.” International Migration Trends (International Union for the Scientific Study of Population). vol. 15. Moscow: MAX Press, 2005, 130-47 (with Lev V. Palei from the International Monetary Fund).   “The Changes in the Migration Patterns in the Post-Soviet States: The First Decade.” Communist and Post-Communist Studies. no. 4, vol. 37, December 2004, 481-508 (with Zhanna A. Zaionchkovskaia from the Russian Academy of Sciences).   “The Ethnic and Professional Factors in the Formation of the Post-Soviet Migration Flows.” (“Sovyet Sonrasi Goc Hareketlerinin Olusumunda Etnik ve Mesleki Etkenler”) In: Erhan Buyukakinci, ed., Russia and Ukraine in a Changing World (Degisen Dunyada Rusya ve Ukraina). Ankara, Turkey: Phoenix Yayinevi, 2004, 67-111 (in Turkish).   “The Post-Soviet Transition and the New Trends in Migration.” In: Post-Communist Countries in the Globalizing World, Konstantin Khudolei, ed. St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg State University Press, 2003, 79-98.    State- and Nation-Building Policies and the New Trends in Migration in the Former Soviet Union. In: The Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, 2002.   “The Ethnic Dimensions of the Current Russian Reforms.” New Generation. vol. 2, no. 1, Winter 1996, 64-82.   "The International Consequences of Emerging Migration Flows in the Post-Soviet States." Mediterranean Quarterly. vol. 5, no. 1, Winter 1994, 65-83.   "Yugoslaviya na Poroge 90-kh Godov (Yugoslavia on the Eve of the Nineties). In: Evstigneev, Vladimir R., ed. Ekonomika Sotsializma v Epokhu Korennoi Perestroiki. Moscow: Rossiiskii Otkrytyi Universitet, 1991, 90-8 (in Russian).   "Sotsialisticheskaya Federativnaya Respublika Yugoslaviya" (The Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia). In: Knyazev, Yurii K., ed. Neeffektivnost’ Strukturnoi Politiki Kak Odna iz Prichin Obshchestvenno-Ekonomicheskogo Krizisa v Stranakh Vostochnoi Evropy. Moscow: Institut Ekonomiki i Prognozirovaniya Nauchno-Tekhnicheskogo Progressa RAN, 1991, 184-210 (in Russian).   “Konstitutsionnye Osnovy Khozyaistvennoi Reformy v SFRY” (The Constitutional Foundations of the Yugoslav Economic Reform). In: Voprosy Ekonomiki. vol. 61, no. 3, 1990, 134-45 (in Russian)(with Natalia V. Kulikova).      “Ekonomicheskie Reformy i Sotsial’nye Perspektivy” (The Economic Reforms and the Social Prospects). In: Molodezhnaya Tribuna. no. 4, April 1990, 2-14 (in Russian)(with Vladimir Sidorov, Andrei Bystritskii et al).   "Izmeneniya v Obshchestvenno-Ekonomicheskom Ustroistve Yugoslavii: Popravki k Konstitutsii SFRY" (The Changes in the Socio-Economic Organization of Yugoslavia: The Amendments to the SFRY Constitution). In: Gus'kova, Elena Yu., ed. Yugoslaviya: Aktual’nye Problemy Obshchestvennogo Razvitiya. vol. 9. Moscow: Institut Nauchnoi Informatsii po Obshchestvennym Naukam AN SSSR, 1990, 140-58 (in Russian) (with Natalia V. Kulikova).   "Situatsiya v Molodezhnom Dvizhenii Yugoslavii" (The Situation in the Youth Movement of SFRY). In: Mezhdunarodnaya Deyatel’nost’ VLKSM i Peremeny v Molodezhnom Dvizhenii Sotsialisticheskikh Stran Vostochnoi Evropy. Moscow: TsK VLKSM, 1989 (in Russian).   "Teoriya i Real’nost' Samoupravleniya: Uroki Yugoslavskogo Opyta" (The Theory and Reality of Self-Management: The Lessons of the Yugoslav Experience). In: Evstigneev, Vladimir R., ed. Sovremennyi Sotsializm i Problemy Perestroiki. Moscow: Institut Ekonomiki Mirovoi Sotsialisticheskoi Sistemy AN SSSR, 1989, 97-109 (in Russian).   Ekologicheskaya Politika SFRY (The Environmental Policy of the SFRY). Moscow: Institut Nauchnoi Informatsii po Obshchestvennym Naukam AN SSSR, 1989 (in Russian) (with Nataliya V. Kulikova).   "Uvy, Bezrabotitsa Est'..."(Unfortunately, Unemployement Exists...). Komsomol’skaya Zhizn', no. 23 (December 1989), 21-4 (in Russian).   "SFRY: Ekologicheskaya Politika v Samouporavlencheskom Obshchestve" (SFRY: 1208 The Environmental Policy in the Self-Governing Society). In: Ushkalov, Igor' G., ed. Ekologicheskaya Politika Sotsialisticheskikh Stran: Sotsial'no-Ekonomicheskii Aspekt. vol. 2.  Moscow: Institut Ekonomiki Mirovoi Sotsialisticheskoi Sistemy AN SSSR, 1989, 296-320 (in Russian) (with Nataliya V. Kulikova).   "Plyusy i Minusy Rotatsi Kadrov" (The Pluses and Minuses of Personnel Rotation). Argumenty i Fakty,  no. 48, 26 November/2 December 1988, 4-5 (in Russian).   "Mezhdu Proshlym i Budushchim" (Between the Future and the Past). Moskovskii Komsomolets, 27 January 1988, 2 (in Russian).   Strukturnaya Politika SFRY na Sovremennom Etape (The Recent Stage of the SFRY Structural Policy). Moscow: Institut Ekonomiki Mirovoi Sotsialisticheskoi Sistemy AN SSSR, 1987 (in Russian).    "Aktual’nye Problemy Yugoslavskoi Molodezhi v 80-e Gody" (The Actual Problems of the Yugoslav Youth in the Nineteen Eighties). In: Muntyan, Mikhail A., ed. Aktual'nye Problemy Molodezhi v Evropeiskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Stranakh. Moscow: Institut Ekonomiki Mirovoi Sotsialisticheskoi Sistemy AN SSSR, 1986, 166-85 (in Russian).   "Problema Bezrabotitsy Yugoslavskoi Molodezhi" (The Problem of Unemployment of the Yugoslav Youth). In: Gus'kova, Elena Yu., ed. Problemy Molodezhi v Evropeiskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Stranakh. Moscow: Institut Nauchnoi Informatsii po Obshchestvennym Naukam AN SSSR, 1985, 206-20 (in Russian).   "Tekhnologicheskie Aspekty Programmy Ekonomicheskoi Stabilizatsii SFRY" (The Technological Aspects of the Economic Stabilization Program of the SFRY). In: Problemy Nauchno-Tekhnicheskogo Progressa v Bratskikh Sotsialisticheskih Stranakh. Moscow: Institut Nauchnoi Informatsii po Obshchestvennym Naukam AN SSSR, 1985 (in Russian).   "Molodezh i Sobytiya v Kosovo" (The Youth and the Developments in Kosovo). In: Gus'kova, Elena Yu., ed. Yugoslaviya: Aktual'nye Problemy Obshchestvennogo Razvitiya. vol. 7. Moscow: Institut Nauchnoi Informatsii po Obshchestvennym Naukam AN SSSR, 1985, 79-95 (in Russian).                                          "Problemy Razvitiya Toplivno-Energeticheskogo Kompleksa SFRY" (The Problems of Development of the Fuel and Energy Complex of SFRY). In: Gus'kova, Elena Yu., ed. Yugoslaviya: Aktual'nye Problemy Obshchestvennogo Razvitiya. vol. 7. Moscow: Institut Nauchnoi Informatsii po Obshchestvennym Naukam AN SSSR, 1985, 150-69 (in Russian).   "Politika v Oblasti Sovershenstvovaniya Otraslevoi Struktury Narodnogo Khozyaistva" (The Policy of Rationalization of the Branch Structure of the People's Economy). In: Bogomolov, Oleg T., ed. Sotsialisticheskaya Federativnaya Respublika Yugoslaviya. Moscow: Nauka, 1985, 84-97 (in Russian).    "Yugoslavskie Ekonomisty o Problemakh Strukturnoi Politiki SFRY" (The Yugoslav Economists on the Problems of the SFRY Structural Policy). In: Gus'kova, Elena Yu., ed. Yugoslaviya: Aktual'nye Problemy Obshchestvennogo Razvitiya. vol. 6. Moscow: Institut Nauchnoi Informatsii po Obshchestvennym Naukam AN SSSR, 1984, 126-41 (in Russian).   "O Ucescu u Upravljanju i Samoupravljanju Skolske i Studentske Omladine SSSR" (On the Governing and Self-Governing Activities of Students in the USSR). In: Peti Bilateralni Seminar SSOJ-VLKSM "Ucesce Omladine u Drustvenom Upravljanju". Kumrovec, Croatia, Yugoslavia: Istrazivacki Centar Saveza Socijalisticke Omladine Jugoslavije, 1984, 121-8, 177-88 (in Serbo-Croatian).   "Problemy Perestroiki Struktury Narodnogo Khozyaistva SFRY" (The Problems of Restructuring of the SFRY People's Economy). In: Tarasov L. A., editor. Strany SEV: Tendentsii Proizvodstva i Khozyaistvennyi Mekhanizm na Sovremennom Etape. Moscow: Institut Ekonomiki Mirovoi Sotsialisticheskoi Sistemy AN SSSR, 1984, 113-23 (in Russian).   "O Nekotorykh Problemakh Vyravnivaniya Urovnei Ekonomicheskogo Razvitiya Respublik i Krayev SFRY" (On Some Problems of the Equalization of the Levels of Economic Development of the Republics and Districts of SFRY). In: Bakovetskii, Oleg D., ed. Ekonomika Stran Chlenov SEV na Sovremennom Etape: Problemy, Perspektivy. Moscow: Institut Ekonomiki Mirovoi Sotsialisticheskoi Sistemy AN SSSR, 1983, 132-41 (in Russian).

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  Professional Presentations “The Social Problems of International Migrants.” Valdai Discussion Club. Moscow, Russia, December 2022 (via Zoom). “Belarus: Social Upheaval and the Elite Migration Dynamics.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 55th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, November 2022.   “New World Order: Views from the Regions and the Rise of Regional Orders.” World International Stu...

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  Professional Presentations “The Social Problems of International Migrants.” Valdai Discussion Club. Moscow, Russia, December 2022 (via Zoom). “Belarus: Social Upheaval and the Elite Migration Dynamics.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 55th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, November 2022.   “New World Order: Views from the Regions and the Rise of Regional Orders.” World International Studies Council 6th Global International Studies Conference. Buenos Aires, Argentina, June-July 2022.   “The Russian Elite Diaspora Abroad: Scale, Dynamics, and Structural Characteristics.” World International Studies Council 6th Global International Studies Conference. Buenos Aires, Argentina, June-July 2022.   “The COVID-19 Pandemic and Its Consequences for International Migration Trends: A  Comparative Perspective” (Co-authored with Dmitry Poletaev). The International Studies Association Interdisciplinary Studies Section Conference on the “Global Crises: Responses and Recoveries.” Rethymno, Crete, Greece, June 2022.   "Covid-19 Pandemic and Its Impact on the International Migration." Association for the Study of Nationalities Annual Convention, Columbia University, New York, NY, May 2022 (via Zoom)   "Politics and Migration during the Trump and Biden Presidencies," The 23rd Annual Yasin International Conference on Social and Economic Development. Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia, April 2022 (via Zoom)   "Global Migrants During the Pandemic." The 23rd Annual Yasin International Conference on Social and Economic Development. Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia, April 2022 (via Zoom)   "Whither Strategic Stability in US-Russian Relations." International Studies Association 63rd Annual Convention, Nashville, TN, March 2022   "Ukraine: Terra Incognita." International Studies Association Special Panel, March 2022 (via Zoom)   "Ukraine Crisis and the Fear of War: Rhetoric or Reality." The Peninsula Foundation, India, February 2022 (via Zoom)   “The Russian HiTech Businessmen and Academics Emigration." “No Tie Innovation Talks." RuSciTech Foundation, Minneapolis, MN, January 2022 (via Zoom) "Russia's Diaspora as a Developmental Resource," Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 54th Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA, November 2021 "The Dynamics of the Russian Intellectual Migration," Kennan Institute Working Seminar. Washington, DC, August 2021 "COVID-19 and Migration, Remittances and Migrantophobia." Valdai Forum. Moscow, Russia, August 2021 (via Zoom) "The Post Soviet Elite Diaspora and Its Relationship with Russia." International Political Science Association Convention. Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2021 (via Zoom) "Russian Elite Diaspora:  The Latest Trends." The 22nd Annual International Conference on Social and Economic Development. Higher School of Economics. Moscow, Russia, April 2021 (via Zoom)  "Migration Between the Middle East and the Post-Soviet Region: Challenges and Opportunities." International Studies Association 62nd Annual Convention. Las Vegas, NV, April 2021 (via Zoom) “The COVID-19 Pandemic in Russia: The Medical, Socio-Economic, and Political Implications.”    “COVID-19 as Global Social Actor.” The International Studies Association Interdisciplinary Studies Section Special Session. February 2021 (via Zoom).   “The COVID-19 Pandemic and Its Impact on the US Politics, Society, and Migration Situation.” Twelfth “Migration Bridges in Eurasia” Academic Forum. Institute for Demographic Research and MGIMO University. Moscow, Russia. December 2020 (via Zoom).   “The Chinese Diaspora in the EU Countries.” “The Migrant and Foreign Capital Influx to Europe: The Role of the Major Cities” Academic Conference. Institute of Scientific Information in Social Sciences, Russian Academy of Sciences and MGIMO University. Moscow, Russia. December 2020 (via Zoom).    “The Russian Elite Diaspora Abroad: Its Origins, Dynamics, Scale, Structural Characteristics, and Ties to Russia.” “Migration, Diasporas and Sustainable Development: Perspectives, Policies, Opportunities and Challenges” International E-Conference. Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism. New Delhi, India. November 2020 (via Zoom).   “Migration Between the Middle East and the Post-Soviet Space: The Elite Dimension.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 50th Annual Convention. Washington, DC. November 2020 (via Zoom).   “The Russian Elite Diaspora Abroad: Its Origins, Dynamics, Scale, Structural Characteristics, and Ties to Russia.” RUSTECH 2020: Russian Science Technology and Education Conference. Minneapolis, MN. October 2020 (via Zoom).   “The Pandemic’s Impact on the US Foreign and Domestic Politics: The Emphasis on Russia and China.” “Trends and Prospects of Political and Economic Cooperation in Eurasia’s New Circumstances” International Roundtable. Russian State University of the Humanities and Institute of the Far East, Russian Academy of Sciences. Moscow, Russia. May 2020 (via Zoom).   “The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Migratory Mobility of the Population: A Comparative Perspective.” “The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Migration Mobility” International Conference. Institute for Socio-Political Studies of the Federal Sociological Research Center, Russian Academy of Sciences. Moscow, Russia. April 2020 (via Zoom).   “The Coronavirus Pandemic and Its Impact on the International Migration.” “International Cooperation in the Context of Tackling the Coronavirus Pandemic” International Conference. The Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan and Tashkent State University of Oriental Studies. Tashkent, Uzbekistan, April 2020 (via Zoom).   “The International Mobility Patterns of the Russian Academic Diaspora.” “The Academic Personnel Mobility in the Russian Federation” Seminar. The Higher School of Economics – University. Moscow, Russia, April 2020 (via Zoom).   «Russian Elite Diaspora: Its Scale, Dynamics, and Structural Characteristics». Second International Conference on “The Post-Soviet Diaspora(s) in Western Europe, 1991-2019. Lisbon, Portugal, December 2019.   “Bridging the Emerging Regional Worlds in the Post Eurocentric System.” The International Studies Association – South Annual Conference. Memphi 2000 s, TN, October 2019.   “Contemporary Migration Patterns between Russia and the Middle East.” Working Group on “Russia and the Middle East” Session. Georgetown University Doha Campus. Second Session. Doha, Qatar, September 2019.   “The Chinese Diaspora in Europe: Its Scale, Dynamics, and Politics.” Central and East European International Studies Association and International Studies Association Joint International Conference. University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, June 2019.   “The Russian Elite Diaspora Abroad: Its Scale, Dynamics, and Structural Characteristics.” Association for the Study of Nationalities 15th Annual Convention. Columbia University, New York, May 2019.   “Donald Trump, the Global Geopolitical Shifts, and the Evolving US-Russia Relationship.” “How to Study Rising Powers on the Silk Roads” Workshop. Global Institute for Silk Roads Studies, University of Nottingham Ningbo China, April 2019.   “The Factors Defining the Scale and Dynamics of the Russian Brain Drain.” International Studies Association 60th Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada, March 2019.   “Contemporary Migration Patterns between Russia and the Middle East.” Working Group on “Russia and the Middle East” Session. Georgetown University Doha Campus. Doha, Qatar, January 2019.   “The Russian Elite Diaspora Abroad: Its Scale, Dynamics, Structural Characteristics, and Links to Russia.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 50th Annual Convention. Boston, MA, December 2018.   “BRICS and the Challenges of Migration.” FLACSO-ISA Joint Conference. Quito, Ecuador. July 2018.   “Russia and the Erosion of the Eurocentric IR System.” International Studies Association 59th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. April 2018.   “The Russian Elite Diaspora Abroad: The Myth and the Reality.” 19th April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development. The Higher School of Economics. Moscow, Russia. April 2018.   “The 2016 US Presidential Election and Some Interesting Parallels with the Soviet Perestroika.” 19th April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development. The Higher School of Economics. Moscow, Russia. April 2018.    “The Recent Migration Trends in Russia and the World.” “Regional Perspectives on Migration and Refugees” Conference. Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York, January 2018.   “The 2016 Election and Some Interesting Parallels with Putin's Russia and the Soviet Perestroika.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 49th Annual Convention. Chicago, November 2017.   “The Russian Intellectual Diaspora: Its History and Current State.” “The Century of Movement: Russian Culture and Global Community Since 1917” Conference. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, October 2017.   “The Hispanic Immigration Dynamics and Its Role in US History and Modern Political Life.” “Russia and Iberoamerica in A Globalizing World: History and Modernity” Conference. St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia, October 2017.   “The Donald Trump Phenomenon and the Systemic Crisis of American Politics” and “The Russian Diaspora in the United States.” The Russian International Studies Association Ninth Convent. Moscow, Russia, September 2017.    “Political Cataclysms at the Start of the Century, the Erosion of the Eurocentric System, and the Trump Phenomenon.” 5th WISC Global International Studies Conference. Taipei, Taiwan, April 2017.   “The Internationalization of the Russian Science and Education: Goals, Policies, and Challenges.” International Studies Association 58th Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD, March 2017.   “Governing Regional Migration Systems: A Comparative Perspective.” “Dis-Integration and Dis-Connection in the Post-Soviet Space” Conference. CERI-Sciences Po University. Paris, France, November 2016.   “The Evolving European, Eurasian, and North American Regional Migration Systems.” American Political Science Association 112th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA, September 2016.   “BRICS: A Political Gesture or a Real Deal?” International Studies Association 57th Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA, March 2016.    “Intellectual Migration in the Post Soviet Area: Trends and Policies.” International Studies Association 57th Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA, March 2016.   “The 2016 Elections and the Crisis of the US Electoral and Political System.” “Rethinking Russia” International Conference. Moscow, Russia, March 2016.   “Migration Processes in Comparative Perspective: The Possibilities of the Administrative Maneuver” 4th Gaidar Forum on “Russia and the World: The View of the Future.” Moscow, Russia, January 2016.   “BRICS Members and the Migration Challenge.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 47th Annual Convention. Philadelphia, November 2015.    “Governing Regional Migration Systems: A Comparative Perspective.” International Council for Central and East European Studies Ninth World Congress. Makuhari, Japan. August 2015.   “The BRICS Members and the International Migration: In Search of a Common Ground.” International Council for Central and East European Studies Ninth World Congress. Makuhari, Japan. August 2015.    “Demographic Policy and the Politics of Migration in Russia.” International Studies Association 56th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, February 2015.    “The Soft Power Potential of the Intellectual Migration in the CIS.” International Studies Association 56th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, February 2015.    “BRICS Members and the Migration Challenge.” International Studies Association Global South Caucus. Singapore, January 2015.   “Russian Academic Reform and the Brain Drain Issue.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 46th Annual National Convention. San Antonio, TX, November 2014.     “When Neighbors Watch: US Experience of Community Policing.” “Unity in Diversity” Second International Research and Training Conference. Moscow City Government. Moscow, Russia, October 2014.    “The Systemic Roots of Corruption in Migration Sphere in the US and Russia: A Comparative Perspective.” A Joint International Studies Association and FLACSO Regional International Studies Association Meeting. Buenos Aires, July 2014.    “Migration, Demography, and Politics in the US and Russia.” Political Demography Section of the International Studies Association 1st Conference. Warsaw, Poland, June 2014.   “The Trends of Russian Intellectual Migration.” International Studies Association 55th Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada, March 2014.   “Russian Intellectual Diaspora: The Scale, Structural Characteristics, and Prospects of Cooperation with Russia.” Second International Forum of Russian-speaking Science and Technology Professionals. Tempe, AZ, March 2014.   “Assessing the Eurasian Migration System within the Global Context.” “Towards New Migration Systems, Patterns and Policies in Eurasia: The Case of Turkey and the Russian Federation.” Centre on Migration Policy and Migration, University of Oxford. Oxford, United Kingdom, November 2013.   “The Changing Balance of Traditional and Non-Traditional Security Risks in the Post-Communist Region.” Joint ISA CISS/UNU-CRIS Conference on “Co-operation, Integration and Alliances: Regional and Global Perspectives, Challenges and Solutions.” Bruges, Belgium, June 2013.   2000 ; “A Noah’s Arc of Nations: Eurasian Demographics and Migration” Seminar. The US Department of State Bureau of Intelligence and Research. Washington, DC, April 2013.    “Migration Policy as a Component of the Russian Foreign Policy.” International Studies Association 54th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA, April 2013.   “Corruption in the Migration Sphere : The Cases of the US and Russia.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 44th Annual National Convention. New Orleans, LA, November 2012.   “Migration: Sources, Causes, and Regulation.” Russian International Studies Association Seventh Biannual Convent. Moscow, Russia, September 2012.   “The Systemic Roots of Corruption in Migration Sphere in the US and Russia: A Comparative Perspective.” Joint ISA CISS/Keynote Conference on “Between the Global and the Local: Actors, Institutions, and Processes.” Prague, the Czech Republic, June 2012.   “Brain Drain v. Brain Gain: The Dilemmas of Russian Intellectual Migration.” British International Studies Association and the International Studies Association Joint International Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, June 2012.   “The Post Communist States and the Changing Balance of Traditional and Non-Traditional Security Threats” (together with Mikhail Molchanov, St. John’s University, Canada). British International Studies Association and the International Studies Association Joint International Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, June 2012.   “Leadership Transition in Russia: Continuity or Change?” The 2nd Asan Institute Plenum on “Leadership.” Seoul, South Korea, April 2012.   “Interpreting Recent Demographic Trends in Eurasia.” International Studies Association 53rd Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA, April 2012.   “Problems of Migration Policy of the US and Russia in Comparative Perspective.“ “Migration in Host Countries: Social Constraints, Cultural Context and Political Consequences” Conference. Higher School of Economics – State University. Moscow, Russia, April 2012.   “Russian Intellectual Migration.” “Labor Migration in the Post-Soviet World (Impetus, Experience, Effects, Policy)” Conference. Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York, 2-3 March 2012.   “Russian Brain Drain: Myths v. Reality.” CERI-Sciences Po Seminar on “Brain Drain Vs. Brain Gain: The Dilemmas of Intellectual Migration.” Paris, France, December 2011.   “Migration to Russia from Central Asia and the Transcaucasus: The Ethnic, Political and Socioeconomic Aspects.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 43rd Annual National Convention. Washington, DC, November 2011.   “The Russian Language Programs Dynamics in the US: The Recent Trends.Fifth Annual Convention of the Russian World. Moscow, Russia, November 2011.   “Migration and Corruption in the US and Russia: A Comparative Perspective.” Trilateral Conference on “Corruption in Mexico, Russia, and the United States.” Nashville, TN, October 2011.     “Russian Brain Drain: Current Trends and Policies.” European Consortium for Political Research 6th General Conference. Reykjavik, Iceland, August 2011.    “Brain Drain v. Brain Gain: The Dilemmas of the Russian Intellectual Migration.” Central and Eastern European International Studies Association 8th Convention. Istanbul, Turkey, June 2011.   ”The Political Implications of Ethnic Immigration: A Comparative Perspective.” Conference on the “Public Administration in the 21st Century: Traditions and Innovations.” Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, May 2011.   “The Scale and Social Impact of the Russian Intellectual Migration.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 42nd Annual National Convention. Los Angeles, CA, November 2010.   “Russian Intellectual Diaspora and the Modernization of Russia” Fourth Annual Convention of the Russian World. Moscow, Russia, November 2010.   “The Recent Trends in the Field of International Security in Central Asia: The Last Two Years.” Sixth Seminar for the Central Asian Parliaments Members. George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies. Berlin, Germany, October 2010.   “The Scale and Structural Characteristics of the Modern Russian Intellectual Migration.” “The Role of the Russian Diaspora in the Modernization and Development of the 20th Century America” Conference. American Councils for International Education. Washington, DC, October 2010.   “Changes in Migration Legislation and the Latest Trends of Russian Intellectual Migration.” Russian International Studies Association Convent. Moscow, Russia, September 2010.   “Migration Policies in the US and Russia: A Comparative Perspective.” International Council for Central and East European Studies Eighth World Congress. Stockholm, Sweden. July 2010.   “New Trends of the Russian Intellectual Migration.” The Comparative International Studies Section of the International Studies Association Tenth Millennium Conference. Venice, Italy, July 2010.   “Migration of Russian Highly Skilled Workers.” “Institutions, Networks, and Trust in European-Russian Relations” Conference. European University Institute, Florence, Italy, March 2010.   “Migration Trends in Central Asia: The Ethnic and Socioeconomic Aspects.” “Regional Border Management/Security” Conference. Defense Security Cooperation Agency and George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies. Almaty, Kazakhstan, March 2010.   “Russian Intellectuals in the US-Russian Transnational Space.” International Studies Association 51st annual meeting. New Orleans, LA, February 2010.   “The Current Trends of the Russian ‘Brain Drain’.” Third Annual Convention of the Russian World. Moscow, Russia, November 2009.   “The Post-Soviet Migration Trends: The Ethnopolitical and Socioeconomic Aspects.” International Studies Association—South Annual Meeting. Nashville, TN, October 2009.   “Migration Policies in the Post Soviet Space, North America, and Western Europe: A Comparative Perspective.” Central and Eastern European International Studies Association 7th Convention. Saint Petersburg, Russia, September 2009.    “The Institutional Structure of the US Labor Migration Management Process.” “The Russian Migration Forum.”  Moscow, Russia, July 2009.    “Trends of the Russian Intellectual Migration.” “Russian Innovations Forum.” Moscow, Russia, May 2009.   “Migrations in the Post Soviet Region.” Seminar on “Immigration: The Social and Cultural Capital.” Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Contemporary Culture Center of Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain, April 2009.   “Migration and the Changing Urban Landscape in the US and Russia: A Comparative Perspective.” International Studies Association 50th Annual Meeting. New York, NY, February 2009.   “The US Migration Policy: The Lessons for Russia.” “The Demographic Challenges of the Twenty-First Century” Seminar. Institute of Demography, The Higher School of Economics State University. Moscow, Russia, December 2008.   “Migration Policy in the US and Russia: A Comparative Perspective.” Russian International Studies Association Convent. Moscow, Russia, September 2008.   “Brain Drain versus Brain Gain:  The Russian Intellectual Migration Trends.” International Studies Association 49th A 2000 nnual Meeting. San Francisco, CA, March 2008.   “Migration and the Changing Faces of Cities in the US and Russia: A Comparative Perspective.” US-Russia Conference on Urban Land Development. Murfreesboro, TN, December 2007.   “The Post-Soviet Migration Dynamics: From Ethnic Conflict to Economic Necessity.” American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 39th Annual National Convention. New Orleans, LA, November 2007.   “US Migration Policy.” Russian Academy of Civil Service, September 2007.   “Migrant Remittances in the Post Soviet Space: The Financial, Socio-Economic, and Political Aspects.” International Studies Association 48th Annual Meeting. Chicago, Il, February-March 2007.   “Brain Drain from Russia: Myths and Reality.” Fifth International Conference on Politics and International Affairs. Athens, Greece, June 2007.    “The Intellectual Migration of the Russian Scientists.” The International Conference on “East-West Migration: Problems, Programs, and Policies.” The Eurasia Foundation and the Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation, Florence, Italy, November 2006.   “Immigration to the US: The Lessons for Russia.” The Comparative International Studies Section of the International Studies Association Sixth Millennium Conference. The Hague, Holland, June 2006.   “Migration Policies in the United States and Russia: A Comparative Perspective.” International Studies Association 47th Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA, March 2006.   “United Europe and the Post-Soviet Migration.” Seventh World Congress of the International Council for Central and East European Studies. Berlin, Germany, July 2005.   “Migrant Remittances in the CIS: The Socio-Economic and Political Aspects.” International Studies Association 46th Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii, March 2005.   “Migration Trends in the Post-Soviet Space: The Post-Dissolution Dynamics.” Policy Seminars on Conflict in Eurasia. Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, February, May, and October 2005.   “The Post-Soviet Migration: New Trends at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century.” Kennan Institute Workshops on Immigration, Forced Migrants, and Refugees in Central Eurasia. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC, March 2004 and January 2005.   “Political Revolutions and Changes in Social Values: Stalin’s Victory and the Post-Soviet Transition.” American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 36th Annual National Convention. Boston, MA, December 2004 (with Otto R. Latsis from Moscow News Daily).   “The Intellectual Migration from Russia.” The Comparative International Studies Section of the International Studies Association Fifth Millennium Conference. Salzburg, Austria, July 2004 (with Zhanna A. Zaionchkovskaia from the Russian Academy of Sciences).   “The Post-Soviet Labor Migrations: The Socio-Economic, Legal, and Financial Aspects.” International Studies Association 45th Annual Meeting. Montreal, Quebec, Canada, March 2004.   “Migration Patterns in the United States and Russia: A Comparative Perspective.” “The Problems of Migration and the Experience of Its Regulation in the Polyethnic Caucasus Region” International Conference. Stavropol and Dombai, Karachaevo-Cherkessia, Russia, October 2003.   “Migrations and Migrants in American Politics.” “Migrations and the Labor Market in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe” International Conference. Chisinau, Moldova, May 2003.   “The Changes in the Migration Patterns in the Post-Soviet States: The First Decade.” International Studies Association 44th Annual Meeting. Portland, OR, February 2003 (with Zhanna A. Zaionchkovskaia from the Russian Academy of Sciences).   “State- and Nation-Building Policies and the New Trends in Migration in the Former Soviet Union.” International Studies Association 43rd Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, March 2002.   “The Ethnic and Professional Factors in the Formation of the Post-Soviet Migration Flows.” International Studies 42nd Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL, February 2001.   “Post-Soviet Minority Politics and Implications for the Formation of New Migration Flows.” International Studies Association/South Annual Meeting. Birmingham, AL, October 2000.   “The Contradictions of the Russian Ethnic Policies.” Association for the Study of Nationalities Second Annual Convention. New York, NY, April 1997.   “The Ethnic Dimensions of the Current Russian Reforms.” International Studies Association 36th Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL, February 1995.   “The Federal Aspects of Post-Soviet Reforms.” American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 26th Annual National Convention. Philadelphia, PA, November 1994.   "Reforming the Multinational Federation: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Experience." American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 25th Annual National Convention. Honolulu, HI, November 1993.   "The International Consequences of Newly Emerging Migration Flows in the Post-Soviet States." International Studies Association/South and International Security Studies Section of the ISA Joint Annual Meeting. Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, AL, October 1993.   "The New Migration Flows in the Post-Soviet States and Their Internal and External Consequences." European Studies Conference, Omaha, NE, September 1993.   "Current Trends in the Russian Political Economy and the Prospects for Cooperation Between Alabama and Russia." Alabama Export Council Annual Meeting. Northriver Club, AL, May 1993.   "New Migration Trends in the Region of the Former USSR and the Issue of Stability," and "The Socioeconomic Aspects of Women's Position in Russia." American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 24th Annual National Convention. Phoenix, AZ, November 1992.   "Ethnic Conflict and the Development of New Migration Flows on the Territory of the Former USSR and Eastern Europe." First Alabama Conference on Europe After Communism. University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, AL, September 1992.   "New Migration Trends in the Former USSR and Their Socio-Economic and Political Bases." Successor States of the Soviet Union and Their Relations with the United States Conference. Ohio State University. Columbus, OH, July 1992.   "Reforms in Multinational States: the USSR and Yugoslavia." Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting. Tampa, FL, November 1991.   "Male/Female Issues in the Soviet Union: Focus on Sexual Harassment"(with Geralyn McClure Franklin, Stephen F. Austin University, TX). Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Miami, FL, August 1991.   Roundtable Participation   “The Human Cost of Russia’s War in Ukraine: The Migration Dimension.” Kennan Institute. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Washington, DC, 18 October 2022 (via Zoom). URL: https://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/human-cost-russias-war-ukraine-migration-dimension   “Applying Interdisciplinarity to Global Crises.” The International Studies Association Interdisciplinary Studies Section Conference on the “Global Crises: Responses and Recoveries.” Rethymno, Crete, Greece, June 2022.   "Putin's Strategy in Ukraine." “Russia's War in Ukraine” Session, Marshall University, Huntington, WV, April 2022 (via Zoom)   "Perspectives on the Crisis in Ukraine," MTSU Honors College Special Panel, March 2022 "The Scale and Major Characteristics of the Russian Brain Drain." The 30th Economic Forum. Karpacz, Poland, September 2021 "World Order: Views from Eurasia, Asia and the US." International Studies Association 62nd Annual Convention. Las Vegas, NV, Apri 1de0 l 2021 (via Zoom)  “The Biden Administration’s Domestic Policy Outline.” “The Domestic and Foreign Policy Prospects Under the New White House Administration” International Roundtable. Institute for Strategic Studies. Moscow, Russia. December 2020 (via Zoom).    “Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy and Its Impact on the Caucasus and the Middle East.” “The Caucasus Dialogue – 2019.” Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia, October 2019.   “Global IR and Rising Powers: Eurasian Perspectives.” International Studies Association 60th Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada, March 2019.   “Atlanticism: In Retreat or Moving Forward?” 27th Economic Forum. Krynica-Zdroj, Poland. September 2018.   “The Academia’s Role in the Normalization of he US-Russian Bilateral Relations.” “Reading Solzhenitsyn” International Scholarly Conference. Northern Vermont University – Lyndon, Vermont. September 2018.   “The Eroding World Eurocentric System, The Evolving Roles of Major Political Players, and the New Populist Wave.” International Studies Association 59th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. April 2018.     “Populism Under a Spotlight.” Kennan Institute Alumni Conference. Berlin, Germany, November 2017.   “New Research and Approaches to the Study of Migration in Russia.” Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies 47th Annual Convention. Washington, DC, November 2016.   “Media Coverage of Crises: Media Systems and Comparative Analysis.” International Studies Association 57th Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA, March 2016.    “Russia, Ukraine, and the West: Negotiating a Truce.” International Studies Association 56th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, February 2015.   “Russian Migration in Comparative Perspective.” 12th Annual Rhodes “Dialogue of Civilizations” Forum. Rhodes, Greece, September 2014.    “The Evolving Migration Situation and Policy Responses in the Post Communist Space: A Comparative Perspective.” International Studies Association 54th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA, April 2013.   “Modern Migration: The End of Tolerance?” Tenth Annual Rhodes “Dialogue of Civilizations” Forum. Rhodes, Greece, October 2012.   “Migration in Eurasia in the Context of Broader Migration Trends.” “Labor Migration in Eurasia: Links to Global Migration and Human Security Trends” Conference. Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC, September 2012.   “Russia and Its Regions in World Politics,” “Energy Security and Geopolitics,” and “The Social and Political Implications of Post Communist Ethnic Migration: A Comparative Perspective.” International Studies Association 53rd Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA, April 2012.    “American Politics and the Immigration Problem.” US-Russian Journalist Seminar on the Ethnic Relations and Migration.” Moscow, Russia, April 2012.   “Global Russians.” “Breaking Down Walls” Second Youth International Economic Forum. 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