Sergei Luzyanin

Russian Federation

Director of the Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences 

Professor, MGIMO University; Permanent Member of the Academic Council under the Russian Federation Security Council.

Professional interests: International relations in Asia; Domestic and foreign policy of the PRC, Mongolia, ROK, DPRK, Japan, ASEAN countries, Central Asia and SCO.

Author of over 400 research works including 7 monographs published in Russian, English, Chinese and Mongolian languages.

Recent publications: Major Trends and Challenges in Development of Global and Regional Situation in East Asia (2017); Russia – China Dialogue: Model of 2017 (2017); Russia and China in SCO, 2017: Global and Regional Security Dimensions (2017); Bound by One Belt (2016); RF and PRC in East Asia: Security, Challenges and Chances for Deeper Cooperation in 2016 (2016); Russia – China Dialogue: Model of 2015 (2015).

Government Awards: Medal of the Russian Federation Security Council (2011); “For SCO Development” Medal of SCO Council of Foreign Ministers (2011). 

Materials

Northeast Asia Security Problems: The Korean Dimension–2017
28.11.2017
The regional security problem in Northeast Asia has several aspects. First, the US seeks to use the Korean crisis for exerting pressure on China. The second aspect is connected with deployment of the

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How the ‘Chinese Dream’ Will Impact Global Governance
25.10.2017
The 19th Congress of the Communist Party of China is an intermediate stage in the formation of China as a leader of the new world order, says Sergey Luzyanin, Director of the Institute of Far Eastern

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Russia and China in 2016: Asymmetry or Harmonization of Relations?
25.03.2016
The political and economic spheres of Russia-China relations have a life of their own.

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The SCO’s Importance in the Russian-Chinese Geopolitical Partnership
24.04.2015
The SCO is not a military-political bloc or a military alliance, but a multi-purpose regional organization active in three main fields: economic, military-political and humanitarian.

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Russian-Chinese Relations Remain Stable
06.06.2012
Putin’s visit to China cannot be a mere formality because it is his first state visit as president of Russia. Politically this visit strengthens and deepens the bilateral format of strategic

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Post Kim Jong-Il North Korea: Possible Changes in Domestic and Foreign Policy
29.12.2011
North Korea’s foreign political priorities will consist of rapprochement with China, re-entry into the six-party talks and building stronger ties with Russia. A military conflict on the Korean

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Issues in Contemporary Russian-Chinese Relations
01.12.2011
Although formally China still describes itself as a large emerging nation,in reality it is a major global power. China is transforming: its status is evolving and it is gaining political weight.

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China-Russia Treaty: a Powerful Political Tool
20.06.2011
China and Russia have to coordinate their foreign policies more closely, especially when it comes to resolving crises and conflicts, such as that involving North and South Korea or in the Middle East.

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