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Workshop on Russian and East European Politics

News vom 11.01.2021

Freie Universität Berlin
Institute for East European Studies
Chair of Politics

Workshop on Russian and East European Politics
Winter Semester 2020/21
5 February 2021

Program (as of 4 January 2021)

10:00-10:15: Welcome and introduction

10:15-10:55: SOCIETY, AUTHORITARIANISM AND POPULISM I
Clement Marcoux: The Role of Think Tanks in Authoritarian Politics – The Russian Case
Melanie Hien: Civil Society and Political Regime in Transition: Case Study of Hungary

11:15-12:15: SOCIETY, AUTHORITARIANISM AND POPULISM II
Zuleykha Mailzada: The Soviet Epidemiology and Modes of Governance in Times of Brezhnev's Reforms
Laura Eras: Housing Segregation in Russia since the Late Soviet Period
Anna Abalkina: Funding of the Russian Universities Research: Does Imitation Science in Predatory Journals Count?

13:15-13:55 SUB-NATIONAL POLITICS IN AUTOCRACIES
Alexander Libman: Encouraged to Cheat: How Federal Incentives and Career Concerns Trigger Under-Reporting of Covid-19 Mortality by Sub-National Politicians
Sebastian Hoppe: State Strategy Making under Patronal Authoritarianism. The International Political Economy of Russia's 'Turn to the East' (2009-2019)

14:15-14:55 INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF AUTHORITARIANISM AND POPULISM I
Cosima Glahn: Interparliamentary Cooperation and Populist Parties: Do Populist Actors Effect Global Parliamentary Interconnections?
Nikita Gerasimov: Democratic Backsliding: Research Gap and Research Strategy

15:15-15:55: INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF AUTHORITARIANISM AND POPULISM II
Sarah Pagung: Soft Power Po Russki - A Framework of Russian Influence Abroad
Boris Ginzburg: Adding Fuel to the Flames? The Influence of Democratic Sanctions on Autocratic State Repression

The workshop will take place online via Webex. If you want to attend the workshop, please send your e-mail to Valeriya Morozhnikova (morozhniv98@zedat.fu-berlin.de) by 3 February 2020, 12.00; we will send you the link to the event.

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