Prof Dr Ekaterina Stepanova

All courses in English
( taught in 2016-2017)

1. Armed Conflicts in the 21st Century: Trends, Patterns, Management
2. Terrorism and Antiterrorism
3. Violence and Security in Eurasia
4. Peace Processes and Peace-Building
5. Political Economy of Armed Conflicts
6. Networks and Violence

Courses in 2016-17

School of Government and International Affairs,

BA in Government and International Affairs

September-December 2017 — course "Armed Conflicts in the 21st Century" (4th year)
Language: English
Lecturer: Prof Ekaterina Stepanova

Russian Academy of National Economy & Public Administration (RANEPA)
School of Public Policy

BA in Global Governance and Leadership

February-June 2017 — course "Terrorist Threats and Antiterrorist Policies"
Language: English
Lecturer: Prof Ekaterina Stepanova

European University in Saint-Petersburg (EUSP)

International MA in Russian and Eurasian Studies (IMARES)

Fall 2016 — course "Violence and Security in Eurasia: Conflicts, Terrorism, Extremism"
Language: English
Lecturer: Prof Ekaterina Stepanova

Select university lectures/presentations:

8 November 2017 — presentation on "Russia’s Conflict Management in Syria: Regionalization and Implications for Geneva and the U.S.", conference on "U.S.-Russian Relations One Year After The U.S. Election", Jordan Center, New York University

3 November 2017 — meeting with students of Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs seminar on "U.S.-Russian relations in the Middle East", IMEMO, Moscow

19 October 2017 — panel on "Back to the Future in Afghanistan? Prospects for U.S.-Russia Cooperation in a Time of Regional Uncertainty", Harriman Institute, Columbia University

5 October 2017 — lecture on "Russia's Role in the Middle East: The Syria and Libya Conflicts and Conflict Management", lecture series "The Middle East: Understanding the Role of Regional and External Powers", Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe, Bologna, Italy

8 June 2017 — lecture on "Russia, New Threats and the West,", 21st Strategic Planning and Analysis Seminar, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP)

2 May 2017 — presentation on "Armed conflict, insurgency, terrorism and peace process in Afghanistan", conference "The US’ and Russia’s Relationship in Central Asia and its Neighborhood", George Washington University, DC

23 March 2017 — presentation "Permanent 5 Role (the P2): Russia", conference "The Responsibility to Protect: Re-Energizing the Key Players", Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada