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Russian & Eurasian Security

BISA

  • A larger workshop/conference was held on Friday 24 June 2011 at the Department of War Studies, King's College London. This conference looked at the foreign and security policies of the Newly Independent States since the collapse of the USSR, to mark the twentieth anniversary of the Soviet collapse.
  •  The BISA Working Group on Russian and Eurasian Security convened 3 Working Group panels  at the BISA 2011 conference in Manchester (April 2011). The issues covered ranged from Russia’s Arctic Policy, National Identity Discourses in Kazakhstan, to the ‘BRICs’ narrative, and Russian military reform.
  •  The Working Group will have a BISA panel at the International Studies Association Conference 2012 in San Diego (April 2012), with Dr. Deyermond as Chair and Discussant, and papers authored by Dr Kuhrt, Dr Feklyunina and others. Further, a pre-conference workshop at the joint BISA-ISA conference in June 2012 in Edinburgh is planned, to consolidate papers presented at the June 2011 King’s College conference, and prepare them for publication. A panel at BISA/ISA on Russia, Eurasia and the rise of China will include papers by postgraduate research students in the War Studies Department
  • A pre-conference workshop (BISA Working Group on Russian and Eurasian Security) at the BISA-ISA Conference, Edinburgh Tuesday 19 June 2012: ‘Where the Regional Meets the Global: Changing Patterns of cooperation between “the West”, Russia and Eurasia in the context of “emerging powers”’.  

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