Universitatea „Babeș-Bolyai” din Cluj-Napoca, Facultatea de Istorie și Filosofie; Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of History and Philosophy
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Abstract:The aim of this article is to respond to two main questions: is there a link between the major trends within Global IR and the developments of the disciplines of IR on the national and regional levels (in Eastern Europe), and how these major trends are influencing the International Studies in Russia. In this regard, the present case study is a specific one because it clearly shows the post-Soviet evolutions of social sciences, the interconnecting trends within Global IR and the development of national IR, and the identity dilemmas of post-Soviet Russia. From this point onwards, I discuss the leading directions of the past decade’s debates within the Russian academic space regarding the Russian International Studies and the project of the Russian School of IR. The current developments suggest that the maturing Russian discipline of IR and the project of the Russian School of IR are still at the stage of epistemic search.
Keywords: Global IR, great debates, International Studies, Russian International Studies, post-Soviet Russia, Russian Theory of International Relations.
Citation suggestion: Onea, Veronica. “Spre o Școală rusă de relații internaționale? Trei decenii de dezbateri naționale în context global și regional”. Transilvania, no. 6 (2021): 80-90.