Director of Ifri's Russia / Eurasia Center
- Evolution of Russian domestic and foreign policies
- Soft power
- Russian higher education
- Human capital
Tatiana Kastueva-Jean has been the Director of Ifri's Russia / Eurasia Center since 2014. She holds a degree from the State University of Ekaterinbourg, a Franco-Russian Master in International Relations from the University of Sciences Po/MGIMO in Moscow, and a DEA (Diplôme d'études approfondies) in International Relations from the University of Marne-la-Vallée in France.
Tatiana Kastueva-Jean is the chief editor of the Russie.Eurasie.Visions collection.
The annexation of Crimea and the Ukraine crisis have enabled Vladimir Putin once again to put on a display of Russian dominance, uniting the nation around core conservative values.
Russia’s Domestic Evolution: What Impact on its Foreign Policy? Russie.Nei.Visions, No. 84, April 2015
Throughout the Ukraine crisis, the West has been surprised at the brutality of Russia's reaction. It has also been surprised by the broad support for Vladimir Putin's policy among the country’s elites and the population at large (88% of whom back the policy), despite the impact of sanctions...
Russia dreams of its own Harvard; or several, given the country"s size. But despite making all the right moves, Russia is unlikely to achieve its higher education goals.
"This volume is a most timely and useful contribution to the literature on contemporary Russia and its neighborhood. Thomas Gomart and Tatiana Kastueva-Jean have brought together a fine team of established and young scholars to discuss some of the most critical domestic and foreign policy...
Russie.Nei.Visions 2008: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan,Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan: Understanding Russia and the New Independent States Paris: Ifri, 2008. - 243 p. (Les études Ifri)
In this year's collection from Ifri's Russia/NIS Center, four themes are explored: the EU-Russia relationship, the strategies of Russia's national champions, Russian foreign policy, and energy and strategy dimensions in Russian bilateral relations. "Any publication on Russia to be released in...
In terms of higher education, Russia displays indicators worthy of enthusiasm: a high level of people benefiting from higher education, an increase in the number of students and the multiplication in the number of higher education establishments. Higher education is increasingly in demand,...
Russia and the Bologna Process: European by Education? Politique étrangère, 2:2007, (été). 'Russia aims to strenghten links with European Union, says Vladimir Putin, who improves the usual ambivalence of Russian policy.'
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The poisoning of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny with the Novichok nerve agent has dealt a blow to French President Emmanuel Macron's strategy of rapprochement with Russia, which troubled some EU allies, analysts say.
Editor’s Note: This opinion piece was written based on the experience of Kyiv Post staff writer Anna Myroniuk, a native of Donetsk, on a trip to Paris at the invitation of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which sponsored a visit by Ukrainian journalists in early February. In Paris, the...
Paris (AFP) - French President Emmanuel Macron senses an opportunity to bring Russia's Vladimir Putin back in from the cold and potentially help usher in peace in Ukraine, an ambitious -- and risky -- undertaking that Western allies might not welcome.
On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron are due to hold a meeting in St. Petersburg.
French President Emmanuel Macron’s trip to Russia this week once threatened to split France from its European allies. Now it’s part of a wider European effort to tie President Vladimir Putin to the Iran nuclear accord.
Russia watchers say Moscow is deploying considerable resources to swing the French election.
The weekend meeting between the French and Russian presidents has given France a chance to become "the new Germany" for Russia, which lost its last Western ally after a falling-out with official Berlin, analysts say....
France's Finance Minister cast doubt Thursday on what Russia had said was the imminent delivery of the first of two Mistral helicopter carriers, feeding uncertainty that French political analysts view as authorities' reluctance to be seen as caving...