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Reality and Theory
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Chairman, Editorial Board
Alexei Bogaturov, Distinguished Scholar of the Russian Federation State Prize Winner

Edited by
Andrey Baykov, MGIMO University, Russia

Editorial Board

Tatiana Alekseyeva (MGIMO University, Russia), Sergey Afontsev (IMEMO of the RAS, Russia), Vladimir Baranovsky (IMEMO of the RAS, Russia), Andrey Baykov (MGIMO University, Russia), Alexei Bogaturov (AEFIR, Russia), Alexander Bulatov (MGIMO University, Russia), Timothy Colton (Harvard Univeristy, USA), Alexey Fenenko (Moscow State University, Russia), Mark von Hagen (Arizona State University, Columbia University, USA), Christine Inglis (University of Sydney, Australia), Nikolai Kosolapov (IMEMO of the RAS, Russia), Victor Kremenyuk (Institute of the US and Canada Studies, Russia), S. Neil MacFarlane (Oxford University, UK), Sergey Riazantsev (Institute of Socio-Political Studies, Russia), Tatiana Shakleina (MGIMO University, Russia), Valery Tishkov (Institute of Etnology and Antropology, Russia), Mikhail Troitskiy (MacArthur Foundation, Russia), Pavel Tsygankov (Moscow State University, Russia), Alexei Voskressensky (MGIMO University, Russia), William Wohlforth (Dartmouth College, USA).

Journal of International Relations Theory and World Politics

Published three times a year by the Academic Educational Forum on International Relations
with financial support from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (2002-2012) and the "State Club" Foundation.

Impact Factor (Russian Index of Scientific Citation) - 0,689. Ranked: 3 of 33 in Political Science and 3 of 58 in History. 

ISSN 1728-2756 (print version)
ISSN 1811-2773 (online version)

Volume 1. 1 (1). JANUARY-AUGUST/2010

An Annual English Almanac of Russian Publications
in International Trends (2010, issues 1-2)



A Mulsim Diaspora in the West


International Rivalry for Common Spaces


Integration Studies in the 2000s


Political Drama in Bishkek


China Viewed by Far Eastern Russians


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