Council of Young ScientistsPrimakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations of theRussian Academy of Sciences (IMEMO)International Conference of Young Scientists"The world after the pandemic: global challenges and developmentprospects"April 22-23, 2021Moscow, 23Profsoyuznaya St., (conference hall), online broadcastingApril 2210.00 - 10.15 Welcoming speech of Feodor Voitolovsky, DirectorCorrespondingMember of the Russian Academy of Sciences, D.Sc. (Politics)ofIMEMO,10.15 – 11.45. Session 1. Models and Resources of New Economic GrowthModerators - ZaurMamedyarov- PhD (Economics), Head of the Sector for Economics ofScience and Innovation, IMEMO RAS;Anastasia Nevskaya- PhD (Economics), Head of theEuropean Union Studies Sector, IMEMO RAS.1. Anna Fedyunina - PhD (Economics), Associate Professor, Leading Researcher, Center forStructural Policy Research, HSE Campus in St. Petersburg/St.Petersburg School of Economicsand Management. “Russia in Global Value Chains before and after the COVID-19 Pandemic”.2. ArtemPylin - PhD (Economics), Leading Researcher, Institute of Economics, RAS. “TheImpact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Economy of Post-Soviet States”.3. MikhailDorofeev - PhD (Economics), Associate Professor, Department of Public Finance,Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation. “The Evolution ofFinancial Regulation of the Economy in Terms of Financial Crises”.4. Ekaterina Zaklyazminskaya - PhD (Economics), Research Fellow,Sector of Economy andPolitics of China, Center for Asia Pacific Studies, IMEMO RAS. "Double Circulation: A New PostCrisis Model of Economic Growth in China”.5. KseniaChudinova -Research Fellow, US Economic Research Group, Center for NorthAmerican Studies. "Prospects for Enhancing U.S. Economic Cooperation with QuadrilateralDialogue Partners”.6. Mikhail Tomilov - PhD (Economics), Junior Research Fellow,Economic Research Institute ofFar Eastern Branch of the RAS. “The Integration Potential of Mega-Regional Trade Agreementsin the Asia-Pacific Region”.7. Jia Li – PhD, Associate Professor, School of International Studies, Zhejiang University,TianyueLyu – School of International Studies, Zhejiang University. «An Analysis of ChineseEconomics and Trade Security from a Perspective of International Regimes in the Post–Pandemic Time».Honorable expert: Vladimir Varnavskiy- D.Sc. (Economics), Professor, Head of the SectorofStructural Policy and Competitiveness, Center for Industrial and Investment Studies, IMEMORAS;12.00 – 13.30. Session 2. Atomization or Integration: The Pandemic Factor1

Moderators - Darya Moiseeva–PhD (Politics), Research Fellow, Group of Institutional Problemsof International Relations,Department of International Political Problems, IMEMO RAS;AnnaMakarova –Junior Research Fellow, Sector for the Foreign Economic Policy, Department ofGlobal Economic Problems and Foreign Economic Policy, IMEMO RAS.1. EvgeniyaMakhmutova–PhD (Politics), Associate Professor, Department of Political Science,Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation. “Challenges and Risks forthe Eurasian Economic Union after the Pandemic”.2. Vikhrova Olga – PhD (Philosophy), Coordinator of educational and research programs withEAEC countries, Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University. “Prerequisites foratomization of the EAEU information space under the COVID-19 pandemic”.3. Yuri Kolotaev– postgraduate student, Faculty of International Relations, St. Petersburg StateUniversity. “Disinformation in the Age of the Pandemic: The European Union's Experience inCounteracting New Digital Threats”.4. Alexei Chikhachev- PhD (Politics), Lecturer, Faculty of International Relations, St.Petersburg State University. “The Concept of the Paris Consensus in the Rhetoric of FrenchPresident Emmanuel Macron”.5. Dolzhenkova Ekaterina –PhD (Politics), Senior Lecturer, Graduate School of Legal Studiesand Forensic Engineering, St. Petersburg Polytechnic University. “The EU - Internal Crisis. TheRole of Small States”.6. ElizavetaMatyukhova- Senior Research Assistant, Sector of International Organizations andGlobal Political Regulation, Department of International Political Problems, IMEMO RAS."Challenges and Threats to EU Activities on Illegal Immigration during COVID-19”.7. Ana Livia Araujo Esteves– M.A. Russian Foreign Policy, MGIMO University, acorrespondent specialized in International Politics and Brazilian Affairs at RIA Novosti. «Brazil’sReawakening to the BRICS during the COVID-19 pandemic – lessons on pragmatism anduniversalism in foreign policy».8. Kirill Bogdanov - Master's student, Faculty of International Relations, St. Petersburg StateUniversity. “Latin American Integration Facing the Challenge of COVID-19”.Honorable experts: Marina Strezhneva- D.Sc. (Politics), Professor, Head of the Group ofInstitutional Problems of International Relations, Chief Research Fellow, Department ofInternational Political Problems, IMEMO RAS; Anna Tsibulina–PhD (Economics), AssociateProfessor, Department of Integration Studies,Moscow State Institute of International Relations(MGIMO-University).13.30 – 14.00. LUNCH-BREAK14.00 – 15.40. Session 3. International Security: Lessons from the PandemicModerators –Sergey Rastoltsev –Junior Research Fellow, Sector for Non-Proliferation andArms Limitation, Department for Disarmament and Conflict Resolution Studies, IMEMORAS;DmitriyStefanovich- Research Fellow, Sector of Military Economy and Innovations,Centerfor International Security, IMEMO RAS.1. Kazushige Kobayashi - PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher, Graduate Institute of Internationaland Development Studies, Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP). “TheFuture of Translateralism: Non-Western Powers and the Reformation of International Order in theUncertain World”.2. Luigi NicolòSegarizzi- Luigi NicolòSegarizzi– Research Associate, Research Institutefor European and American Studies. «The EU, a missing brick in the multilateral securityarchitecture?».2

3. Oleg Krivolapov–PhD (Politics), Research Fellow, Department of Military and PoliticalStudies, Institute for the U.S. and Canadian Studies, RAS. “U.S. Military Budget Prospects forFiscal Year 2022 amidst Pandemic”.4. Kira Godovanuk- PhD (Politics), Leading Researcher, Center for British Studies, Institute ofEurope, RAS. “Euro-Atlantic Security after the Pandemic: Britain's Approach”.5. ArtemLomakin– Master’s student, School of World Politics, Lomonosov Moscow StateUniversity. “Covid-19 and Armed Conflicts in the Middle East: A New Variable in the OldEquation”.6. VasilyKlimov- Junior Research Fellow, Section of Military-Political Analysis and ResearchProjects, Center for International Security, IMEMO RAS. “Despite the epidemic, the risk ofnuclear war remains a harsh reality”.7. EvgeniaRogozhina -PhD (Politics), Linguistics University of Nizhny Novgorod. “New Trendsin International Security in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic”.8. Alexei Davydov- PhD (Politics), Research Fellow, Regional Relations Study Group, Centerfor the Middle East Studies, IMEMO RAS.“American-Israeli Relations as an Example of InformalMilitary Alliance”.Honorable experts: Elena Khakhalkina- PhD (History), Professor, Acting Head of theDepartment of New and Contemporary History and International Relations, Faculty of Historicaland Political Sciences, National Research Tomsk State University; Alexander Savelyev –D.Sc.(Politics), Chief Research Fellow,Sector of Military-Political Analysis and Research Projects,Center for International Security, IMEMO RAS.15.50 – 16.30. BOOK PRESENTATIONAlexander Maslennikov - Ph.D. (Economics), Research Fellow, Center for Energy Research,IMEMO RAS.Maslennikov A.O. "World oil market: the role of benchmarks" / ed. by S.V. Zhukov. - Moscow:Magister, 2020. - 224 p.16.40 – 19.00. Session 4. Green policy and energy transition prospectsModerators - Kirill Nikulin, Junior Research Fellow, Sector of European Countries’ Economy,Center for European Studies, IMEMO RAS;KhainatskayaTatiana – Junior ResearchFellowDepartment for Comparative Political Studies, Center for Comparative Socio-Economicand Political Studies,IMEMO RAS.Part 1. Peculiarities of green policy among EAEU countries1. Natalya Brovko– D. Sc.(Economics), Acting Dean, Professor, Kyrgyz-Russian SlavicUniversity named after Boris Yeltsin. “Green Policy in the Kyrgyzstan and the Prospects ofEnergy Transition”.2. Natalia Gorbacheva–PhD (Economics), Senior Researcher, Institute of Economics andIndustrial Engineering, Siberian Branch of the RAS. “Management of Renewable Energy: WorldExperience and Siberia’s case”.3. Kirill Emelyanov- Senior Consultant of Exploration and Production Department of VYGONConsulting;Nikita Zotov- Analyst of Exploration and Production Department of VYGONConsulting. “Analysis of Competences of Russian Oil and Gas Producers in AchievingHydrocarbon Balance”.4. Anastasia Nevskaya- PhD (Economics), Head of the European Union Studies Sector,IMEMO RAS, Julia Baronina- PhD (Economics), Research Fellow, Sectorof the EU Studies,Center for European Studies, IMEMO RAS. “The Brussels Effect in Climate Regulation:Implications for Russia-EU Relations”.3

5. Darya Chupina, Senior Researcher, Center for Regional Comparative Studies, Institute ofEconomics of the Ural Branch of the RAS. “The International Climate Agenda in the Perceptionof Russian Actors: Is there an Opportunity for Dialogue?”.6. TimurUrumov– PhD (Economics), Research Fellow, Sector for the International Monetaryand Financial Relations, Department of Global Economic Problems and Foreign EconomicPolicy, IMEMO RAS. “The Green Financial Agenda in the BRICS Countries: Status andProspects”7. Mikhail Oshchepkov–Junior Research Fellow, Energy Research Center (ENERPO),European University at Saint Petersburg. “Global Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy: Risksand Challenges for Russia at the National and Regional Levels”.5 min breakPart 2. Global trends in green policy development1. Konstantin Korneev–PhD (History), Associate Professor, Senior Researcher, Center forJapanese Studies, Institute of Far Eastern Studies, RAS. “Development of Renewable Energyand the Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy: Japan's Experience”.2. Karina Gemueva–Junior Research Fellow,Sector of the EU Studies, Center for EuropeanStudies, IMEMO RAS. “China's Participation in the Development of Renewable Energy Sourcesin the EU Countries”.3. EvgeniyaProkopchuk - postgraduate student, Doctoral School of International Relations andRegional Studies, Higher School of Economics. “EU climate agenda as a factor of evolution ofthe transatlantic relations”.4. Tatyana Khainatskaya- Junior Research Fellow Department for Comparative PoliticalStudies, Center for Comparative Socio-Economic and Political Studies, IMEMO RAS.“The Impactof COVID-19 on Environmental Priorities in the EU Political Agenda”.5. Alena Lisenkova- postgraduate student, Faculty of International Relations, St. PetersburgState University. “Adaptation to Environmental Trends in the European Union as a Factor in theDevelopment of Political Parties. Case studies: Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for EuropeParty and the Free Democratic Party of Germany”.Honorable expert:AkimovaVarvara– PhD (Geography),Research Fellow, Faculty of Geography,Moscow State University.April 2310.00 – 11.40. Session 5. Personal freedom and collective security: is there a transition ofvalues?Moderators - Sergey Kislitsyn, PhD (Politics), Senior Researcher, Sector of US Foreign andDomestic Policy, Center for North American Studies, IMEMO RAS;IbragimIbragimov– JuniorResearch Fellow, Center for the Middle East Studies, IMEMO RAS.1. Sergey Arteev–PhD (Politics), Sector of Analysis of Political Change and Identity, Center forComparative Socio-Economic and Political Studies, IMEMO RAS. “The COVID-19 pandemic:subnational factor”.2. Tatiana Novitskaya–Research Fellow, Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy ofSciences of Belarus. “ “Disinfo-demic”amidstmediatization of the global COVID-19 pandemic”.3. LadaSemina- Senior Researcher, Institute of Far Eastern Studies, RAS. “The balancebetween security and freedom during the epidemic. Case study: Republic of Korea”.4. Andrey Pyatakov–PhD (Politics), Leading Researcher, Institute of Latin America, RAS. “TheArmed Forces Factor in the Prevention of the COVID-19 Pandemic (Latin AmericanExperience)”.4

5. Anastasia Bunina -Junior Research Fellow, Sector of US Foreign and Domestic Policy,Center for North American Studies, IMEMO RAS. “The Development of American Right-WingRadicalism during the Electoral Campaign and the Trump Administration”.6. Anastasia Bogacheva–Junior Research Fellow, Center for Middle East Studies, IMEMORAS. “The Islamic Republic of Iran during the Pandemic: Public Interest vs. Personal Freedom”.7. Mao Hongqin- postgraduate, Chongqing University. “ “Nudging” the Prevention and Controlof the COVID-19 Pandemic: A survey experiment on the information framing effects on OlderAdults' Prevention Behavior”.11.45 – 13.30. Session 6. Oceans in a post-pandemic world: spaces of competition andcooperationModerators - Konstantin Bogdanov - Ph.D. (Technology), Senior Researcher, Sector ofMilitary-Political Analysis and Research Projects,Center for International Security, IMEMO(RAS);Pavel Gudev- PhD (History), Lead Researcher, Center for North American Studies, IMEMORAS; Alexey Kupriyanov– PhD (History), Head of Group on South Asia and Indian Ocean,Senior Researcher,Center for Asia Pacific Studies, IMEMO RAS.1. IlyaKramnik– Junior Research Fellow, Center for North American Studies, IMEMO RAS.“The New Face of the U.S. Navy: Evolution and Prospects”.2. Igor Shkrobtak–PhD (History), Research Fellow, Department of European Security, Instituteof Europe, RAS.“Britain's Defense and Security Strategy 2020: Goals, Objectives, Reality, andthe Role of Naval Forces”.3. Pavel Timofeev - PhD (Politics), Head of the Sector of Regional Issues and Conflicts,Department of European Political Studies, IMEMO RAS.“The Oceanic Component of France'sSecurity: Evolution during Pandemic”4. Alexey Zakharov–PhD (History), Research Fellow, Center for Indian Studies at the Instituteof Oriental Studies, RAS. “The Evolution of Naval Cooperation between India and the UnitedStates”.5. GlebMakarevich- Senior Research Assistant, Group on South Asia and Indian Ocean,Centerfor Asia Pacific Studies, IMEMO RAS. “Pakistan in the Indian Ocean Regional Security System:A New Approach to Old Problems”.6. Sofia Melnichuk- postgraduate student,Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairsof the Russian Federation. “On the Rights of Defense of Sovereignty: How China Explains ItsClaims on the South China Sea”.7. Tomas Kabelis– M.A.(International Relations), Moscow State Institute of InternationalRelations (MGIMO-University), M.A. (International Economic Policy), Paris Institute of PoliticalStudies (Sciences Po Paris).“After the “Corona-lull”, the rivalry over the Arctic Ocean willintensify”.13.30–14.00. LUNCH-BREAK14.00 – 15.45. Session 7. Effectiveness of international organizations during the crisisModerators -Alexander Aleshin -Research Fellow,Sector of International Organizations andGlobal Political Regulation, Department of International Political Problems,IMEMO RAS;Ekaterina Shanchenko -Junior Research Fellow,Center for Euro-Atlantic Security, IMEMO RAS.1. Ruben Elamiryan–PhD (Politics), Associate Professor,Russian-Armenian University, Head ofDepartment of World Politics and International Relations. “Collective Defense and New SecurityChallenges: A Comparative Analysis”.2. Alexander Aleshin - Research Fellow, Sector of International Organizations and GlobalPolitical Regulation, Department of International Political Problems, IMEMO RAS. “NATO'sActivities to Counter COVID-19”.3. Sergey Rastoltsev- Junior Research Fellow, Sector for Non-Proliferation and ArmsLimitation, Department for Disarmament and Conflict Resolution Studies, IMEMO RAS. “The5

Problem of OSCE Effectiveness in the Context of Changing the Status Quo of NagornoKarabakh in 2020: A New Role for the OSCE Minsk Group in Conflict Resolution?”4. Ekaterina Shanchenko- Junior Research Fellow, Center for Euro-Atlantic Security, IMEMORAS. “International Peacekeeping Organizations on the Threshold of a Pandemic ofMisunderstanding”.5. Natalia Ivkina–PhD (History), Senior Lecturer, Department of Theory and History ofInternational Relations, RUDN University. “European assistance to Africa in the fight againstCOVID-19”.6. DamirIslamov- postgraduate student, Institute of International Relations, Kazan FederalUniversity. “The EU regional policy under the COVID-19 crisis in relation to the Western Balkanstates and the Eastern Partnership: a comparative analysis”.7. DaniylPotapov- Senior Research Assistant, Department of International Political Problems,IMEMO RAS. “The Experience of ASEAN as a Regional Integration Association in terms ofResponding to the Challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic”.8. LudmilaPechishcheva - PhD (History), Associate professor, Department of Foreign AreaStudies and Foreign Policy, Faculty of International Relations and Foreign Area Studies, Instituteof History and Archives, Russian State University for the Humanities; Research Fellow, Centerfor Study of Common Problems of Contemporary East, Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS. “TheEnergy Factor in the SCO Regional Security System”.15.50 – 17.20. Session 8. Global technological development and competition for innovationModerators - Julia Baronina- PhD (Economics), Research Fellow, Sector of the EU Studies,Center for European Studies, IMEMO RAS, CorinnaKostyukova–Junior Research Fellow,Sector of Innovation Policy, Department of Science and Innovation, IMEMO RAS.1. Nikolay Ganichev–PhD (Economics), Senior Researcher, Institute of Economic ForecastingRAS. “Artificial Intelligence as a Major Factor in the Fragmentation of the World TechnologicalSpace after the Coronavirus Pandemic”.2. Ekaterina Shumskaya- PhD (Economics), Senior Lecturer,Moscow State Institute ofInternational Relations (MGIMO-University). “Artificial Intelligence and Automation: Fears ofDeveloping Countries”.3. Alexander Kravtsov–PhD (Economics), Senior Researcher, Sector of Science andInnovation,Department of Science and Innovation, IMEMO RAS. “French Science andTechnology Policies inthe Framework of Digital Transformation. Normative Regulation of EthicalIssues of Advanced Technology Development”.4. Nikolai Kardava -Junior Research Fellow, Sector ofAnalysis of Political Change and Identity,Department for Comparative Political Studies, IMEMO RAS. “Experience of Germany'sCybersecurity among EU Countries”.5. Alexei Zenkov–PhD (Politics), Senior Researcher,Sector for Social Policy and Labour MarketStudies, Center for Comparative Socio-Economic and Political Studies, IMEMO RAS. “Educationin the Age of COVID-19: Foreign Practices and Russian Experience”.6. Anna Voloshina–Junior Research Fellow, Center for Contemporary History of China andRussia-China Relations, Institute of Far Eastern Studies, RAS. “Contemporary Sino-AmericanRelations and the Struggle for Global Technological Leadership”.7. ElzaShirgazina- postgraduate student, IMEMO RAS. “Competition between India and Chinain Countering Pandemic in South and Southeast Asia”.17.30 – 19.00. Session 9. Approaches of different countries to tackling the pandemic: whoseexperience is more successful?Moderators –MariaKhorolskaya- PhD (Politics), Research Fellow,Sector of Political Aspects ofEuropean Integration, Department for European Political Studies, IMEMO RAS;UlianaArtamonova–Junior Research Fellow,Sector of US Foreign and Domestic Policy, Centerfor North American Studies, IMEMO RAS.6

1. Anna Shcherbakova–PhD (Politics), Senior Researcher, Center for Political Studies, Instituteof Latin America, RAS. “MERCOSUR-members Facing the Threat of Covid-19Pandemic: VariousApproaches, Various Results”.2. IlonaGritsenko–Research Fellow, Center for Political Studies,Institute of Latin America,RAS.“Argentina vs. Brazil in the Fight Against the Pandemic: The Difference between theirApproaches”.3. Elena Burova–Research Fellow,Center for the Study of Vietnam and ASEAN,Institute of Far Eastern Studies, RAS. “The Experience of ASEAN Countries in CombatingCOVID-19: Who Did Better?”4. LeiliRustamova- PhD (Politics), assistant lecturer at the Department of WorldPolitics,Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University); ResearchFellow,Group on Peace and Conflict Studies, Department of International PoliticalProblems,IMEMO RAS. “Germany's Anti-COVID Strategy: Peculiarities and PoliticalImplications”.5. GerasimosRodotheatos–PhD (Law of the Sea), Teaching Scholarof Public International LawandInstitutions, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens, Greece. "COVID-19Pandemic and Greek Higher Education Institutions. What have we learned so far and how canwe build back better?".6. Maria Solyanova–PhD (Politics), Research Fellow,Sector of US Foreign and DomesticPolicy, Center for North American Studies, IMEMO RAS.“Social and Political Risks in CanadaRelated to the COVID-19 Pandemic”.7. UlianaArtamonova – Junior Research Fellow, Sector of US Foreign and Domestic Policy,Center for North American Studies, IMEMO RAS. “Russian and American Experience in Fightingthe Pandemic: Who Was More Successful In Terms of Public Diplomacy?”Honorable experts: Peng Lin - PhD (History), Dean, School of Foreign languages, Zao TongUniversity, Xi'an, China; Varun S.Athreyas- Dr., Resident Cardiologist at the Center for HeartFailure; MD – Cardiology,Pirogov Russian National Medical ResearchUniversity Moscow.INFORMATION REGARDING PUBLICATION OF CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGSAll the papers submitted by the participants of the conference according to deadline will undergopeer review and in case of a positive feedback will be published in IMEMO’s series «GlobalDevelopment» (DOI; soon to be indexed in Web of Science CPCI - Conference Proceedings CitationIndex)We expect to receive papers until June 21st.It is crucial that the submitted research article be academic in form and substance. Abstracts fromthe reports made during the conference will not be accepted.An author/authors should guarantee that this is his/her own original work, free of plagiarism andother elements that go against research ethics (at least 85% of original text).MANUSCRIPT FORMATTING REQUIREMENTSLengthThe length of the main body of the article must be in the range between 20 000 and 30 000 symbols(spaces included).The length of the abstract should be no less than 200 words.Page layoutFont – Arial, font size 12, intervals in the text – 1.5, first-line indentation: 1.25, text alignment –justified.7

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3 3. Oleg Krivolapov–PhD (Politics), Research Fellow, Department of Military and Political Studies, Institute for the U.S. and Canadian Studies, RAS. “U.S. Military Budget Prospects for Fiscal Year 2022 amidst Pandemic”. 4. Kira Godovanuk- PhD (Politics), Leading Research