Anna Kireeva

Anna Kireeva

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+7 495 229-38-29 (inner 13-42)
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a.kireeva@my.mgimo.ru

Ph.D. (Cand.Polit.Sc.) in International Relations School of Government and International Affairs - Faculty MemberCentre for Comprehensive Chinese Studies and Regional Projects - Research FellowDepartment of Oriental Studies - Associate Professor

Academic career:

2008 — B.A. in Regional Studies and International Relations, Department of International Relations of Moscow State Institute (University) of International Relations, the MFA of Russia
2010 — M.A. in Regional Studies and International Relations, Master of Arts Program “Politics and Economics of World Regions”, Moscow State Institute (University) of International Relations, the MFA of Russia
2013 — PhD, titled “The Role of Great Powers (China, Japan, India, the USA and Russia) in Structuring the Macro-Regional Space of East Asia”, Moscow State Institute (University) of International Relations, the MFA of Russia
2011–2015 — Coordinator, M.A. Program in World Regional Studies and International Relations “Politics and Economics of World Regions”, Moscow State Institute (University) of International Relations, the MFA of Russia
February 2015 — June 2017 — Deputy Dean, School of Political Affairs, in charge of M.A. Programs in International Relations and Political Science
September 2010 — present — Associate Professor, previously Senior Lecturer, Lecturer, Department of Asian and African Studies, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University), the MFA of Russia (2010 part time, since 2011 — full time)
September 2017 — present — Research Fellow, Center for Comprehensive Chinese Studies and Regional Projects, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University), the MFA of Russia

Subject area: regionalism, regional order, great powers, international relations and security in East Asia and the Indo-Pacific, Russia’s, China’s, Japan’s, US’ and India’s strategies and foreign policy in East Asia and the Indo-Pacific, China-Japan relations.

Dr. Anna Kireeva focuses on the foreign policy strategies and policy of great/major powers in East Asia and the Indo-Pacific: China, Japan, the U.S. and Russia as well as India as an emerging power. She has a number of publications on the foreign policy strategies of U.S., China and Japan, China-Japan relations and Russia’s East Asian policy. Her focus recently has been on Russia’s Asian pivot and Russia’s relations with Japan, China, South Korea, North Korea and East Asia in general. Her research includes the topics of the transformation of the East Asian regional order and the Indo-Pacific, China’s Asian policy and the Belt and Road Initiative, the Maritime Silk Road in particular, the U.S. Asia and Indo-Pacific policy, Japan’s foreign policy and national security policy transformation, Japan’s Indo-Pacific strategy and its relations with regional states, the territorial disputes in the East China and South China Seas.

Anna Kireeva is a member of International Studies Association (ISA), European Association of Chinese Studies (EACS), Russian Political Science Association (RAPN), the Association of Japanologists and of the Russian National Committee of the Council of Security and Cooperation in the Asia Pacific.

Anna Kireeva speaks Japanese, English and Chinese.

Her English-langage publications include: