31 July 2020
US-Russia Relations between the Cold Warsonline course
The course contains conceptual analyses and practical study of the US-Russia relations since the end of the Cold War. It explores structural problems and theoretical patterns of the relations, as well as analyzes their evolution during the last 20 years. Special attention is given to analysis of US-Russia relations under the first Obama Administration, known as the 'reset'. An important feature of the course is that it approaches problems of US-Russia relations and their development in the wider context of the two countries’ foreign and domestic policies during a given period of time, as well as of the challenges and opportunities the sides have faced in the international environment. US-Russia relations are thus dealt with as part of the bigger picture of the two countries’ development and the evolution of their international positions.
Senior Lecturer:Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs / School of International Affairs
USD 400: Tuition fee
USD 50: Registration fee
If you are a student of our Partner University we are happy to offer you a 20% discount.