This interdisciplinary study explores the persistent differences between Russian and Western leaders about most Western-led military campaigns and about Russia's own use of force in the CIS region. What does this tell us about emerging norms on the use of force in humanitarian crises?
Russian and East European Studies
The key focus of the workshop is to combine and complement recent advances in empirical and theoretical knowledge of protest events in different regions.
Emigration from Central and Eastern Europe - Origin Country Perspectives
WELFARE SYSTEMS AS EMIGRATION FACTOR: EVIDENCE FROM THE NEW ACCESSION STATES
Lucia Kurekova (Central European University, Budapest)
A two-day workshop at St Antony’s College, Oxford, on the weekend of June 15-16, 2013, exploring the practice of literary translation from (and into) Russian in poetry, prose and drama.
Multi-award winning play about the 2002 Dubrovka Theatre hostage crisis
His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent will be visiting the University of Oxford on the 2nd of May for an event organized by the Oxford University Russian Society at Merton College.
A debate to mark the inaugural Pushkin House Russian Book Prize.
The Pushkin House Russian Book Prize, which is supported by Waterstones, is awarded to the best non-fiction book on Russia published in the UK in the previous year.
The paper will examine relations between parents from the educated stratum and various professionals – especially doctors, teachers and psychologists – in the context of the modernisation of Russian child care and education in the last decades of the pre-revolutionary era and the rise of the chil