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SRAS RESUME  / YURI DUBININ - CV
03.02.2006


Employment

Current
Moscow International Higher Business School “MIRBIS” (Institute). Professor of international politics. Courses taught: international politics, history of international relations, foreign policy of Russia.

Moscow State Institute of International Relations (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia). Professor of international politics. Courses taught: international politics, history of international relations, foreign policy of Russia.

1993
Washington and Lee University. Lexington (VA). Visiting professor of Politics and History. (Russian and Soviet Foreign Policy, International Relations in the Pacific).

1986-1993
Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO). Vice-Rector in charge of foreign students and international contacts. Managing programs for foreign students including accreditation programs; supervising international contacts with over 30 foreign universities; arranging international conferences, seminars, as well as students', professors' and researchers' exchanges.

1983-1986
Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO). Associate dean for academic affairs, School of International Relations.

1978-1982
USSR Embassy to Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. Cultural attaché. Supervising and arranging cultural and educational contacts and exchanges between USSR and Malaysia, managing the activities of the Soviet Cultural Center: library, language courses, exhibitions, film shows etc.

1991-1996
Moscow State Institute of International Relations. Professor of International Politics at the Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy. Teaching contemporary international politics, foreign policy of the USSR and now that of Russia, international relations in Asia and the Pacific. Research, writing and consulting on the above issues.

1982-1986
Moscow State Institute of International Relations. Associate professor, Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy. Teaching history of international relations, politics in Asia and the Pacific, foreign policy of China.

1974-1978
Moscow State Institute of International Relations. Assistant professor. Teaching international relations in the Far East and foreign policy of China and countries of South East Asia. Research and writing on related issues.

Education

1971-1973
Moscow State Institute of International Relations: Doctoral course on international politics with special reference to politics in Asia and the Pacific. Doctoral dissertation: "Sino-American Relations. 1955-1972".

1962-1968
Moscow State Institute of International Relations: Undergraduate and Graduate courses on international relations and foreign policy.

Professional memberships

1987 to present
UN Association of Russia (formerly of the USSR),. Board member. Participation in a number of international conferences and bilateral meetings on issues of public participation in UN related activities.

1984 to present
Russia (formerly USSR) - USA Association,. Board member. Participation in a number of public conferences and meetings both in Moscow and in the US.

1978 - 1986
USSR - Malaysia Friendship Society,. Member.

1988 to present
Oriental Studies Association of Russia,. Member. Participation in academic and public meetings, seminars and conferences on issues related to oriental research in Russia.

Publications

ASEAN: Three Decades – Three Policies. Moscow State Institute of International Relations Press. Moscow. 1999. By professor N.P.Maletin. (Chapters on ASEAN – US and ASEAN – China relations).

The Nuclear Challenge form Asia. Observer Magazine. No. 9,10, 1998. Issues connected to Indian and Pakistani nuclear tests and international security.

Russia Today: A Real Chance. RAU Corporation. Moscow. 1994. V.A.Alexeev, Y.A.Dubinin, V.I.Fartyshev, A.P.Kondaurov, M.D.Kotilevsky, Y.V.Lebedev, A.G.Lunkov, I.S.Lyutov, N.N.Moiseev, A.I.Podberiozkin, V.V.Poshataev, V.V.Shtol, S.S.Slobodianyuk, S.S.Sustavova, I.N.Yeremenko (editors). Chapter 'National Idea and Russian National Interests in the Contemporary World'.

History of International Relations and the USSR Foreign Policy. 1917-1987. In three volumes. International Relations. Moscow. 1986, 1987. Vol. 1 Ed. Prof. I.Kirilin, vol. 2 and vol. 3 Ed. Prof. G. Fokeev. Chapters in vol. 2 and 3.

Contemporary Anti-War Movements. Moscow State Institute of International Relations Press. Moscow. 1987. Yuri A.Dubinin and Maiya M.Solntseva (editors). The anthology dedicated to the rise of anti-war movements in the early 1980's, describes those movements, their goals and activities in various parts of the world.

The US and the USSR in the Future structure of International Relations in the Pacific. Paper for International Conference on Security in the Pacific. Beijing, China. 1991. For the Conference Proceedings.

Who Needs the 'Great Deal' and why. Business World. Moscow. July 6, 1991. Contribution to panel discussion on prospects of M. Gorbachev's meeting with leaders of G-7 nations in London.

What the New Foreign Policy Brings? Nova Svetlina. Sofia, Bulgaria. April 28, 1990. Major trends and issues of Soviet foreign policy during the perestroika years.

Anti-War Movements in Asia and the Pacific. Contemporary Anti-War Movements. Moscow State Institute of International Relations Press. Moscow. 1987. (w/Boris Zarankin).

Miscalculations of Chinese Leaders. Political Self-Education. Moscow. Vol. 2. 1982. China's external economic relations after the failure of Hua Guofeng's policies.

Awards received

1993
Fulbright Professor and Research Associate at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, Medford, MA, USA.

1991
The Japan Foundation scholar at leading Japanese universities and research centers, Tokyo, Kyoto.

Public speaking

“Whither Russia. Prospects for Parliamentary Elections”, Speaker, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa, November 1995

"Communism, Democracy or Chaos: Prospects for Political Reform in Russia", Speaker, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, April 1993

"Russia's Current Constitutional Crisis", Radio Interview with Jack Barry on WVMT, Middlebury, Vermont, April 1993

"Russia's Present Foreign Policy and its International Goals", Speaker, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont, March 1993

"Coping with the Constitutional Crisis in Russia", Speaker, American Academy of Arts and Sciences annual meeting, Cambridge, MA, March 1993.

"Russia's Foreign Policy: its Goals and its Implementation", Speaker, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, March 1993.

"Legal Background for Foreign Policy Implementation in Contemporary Russia", Speaker, Cardozo School of Law 1992 summer school at MGIMO, Moscow, July 1992.

"Russian National Interests in former Socialist Countries of Asia and Consistence of present Russian Foreign Policy in the Region", Panelist, Conference 'The Renewed Russia in a Changing World', sponsored jointly by the Foreign Ministry of Russia and MGIMO, Moscow, February 1992.

"Present Political Situation in the Soviet Union and its possible Implications for the Relations between Japan and the USSR", Speaker, Institute of Defense Studies, Tokyo, October 1991.

"Future Relations between the Soviet Union and the United States in the Asia-Pacific Region", Panelist, International conference on security in the Pacific, Beijing, September 1991.

"Issues for Changing International Relations: Implications for Soviet Foreign Policy", Speaker, Cardozo School of Law 1991 summer school at MGIMO, July 1991.

"Soviet Foreign Policy at a Time of Changing Global Parameters", Speaker, Manchester Business School 1991 summer school at MGIMO, Moscow, June 1991.

"Soviet Foreign Policy in the Period of 'Perestroika' ", Speaker, University of Shizuoka, Japan, April 1991.

"Soviet-American Detente: a Possibility?", Speaker, Miami University European Center, Luxembourg, March 1991.



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