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.
Russie.Nei.Visions 2007: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan: Understanding Russia and the New Independent States Paris : Ifri, 2007. - 204 p. (Travaux et recherches Ifri)
In this original book, ten key experts explore four main themes: EU-Russia relationship background; energy security and its implications on Russian foreign policy and the European market; implementation of international norms by Russia; and security issues in the Caucasus and Central Asia....
The "Greatness and Misery" of the Higher Education in Russia "Russie.Nei.Visions", No. 14, September 2006
Due to its Soviet legacy, Russia has gained a reputation for having a well-trained population and efficient educational system. The facts on the ground are obviously more ambiguous, however. The veritable 'boom' of higher education and the good results of some well-known universities hide the...
Russie.Nei.Visions 2006: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan: Understanding Russia and the New Independent States Paris : Ifri, 2006. - 178 p. (Travaux et recherches Ifri)
Few regional areas have stimulated as much interest and speculations as Russia and the New Independent States.Emerging from the transition years through different ways, these countries are facing individual as well as joint challenges. In this original book, eleven key experts explore the...
"It's clear that we will have to declare ourselves in favour of new sanctions in case of a military escalation," said state secretary for parliamentary relations Jean-Marie Le Guen to French media on Sunday. The junior minister’s comments came as unrest continued to spread...
Russian universities today face many difficult challenges. At the national level, schools must provide highly qualified personnel for the national economy, but also have a new mission: to become active actors in the diversification of the economy and the creation of...
The clear dividing line between Russia’s state and nonstate higher education establishments is evident even in official statistics and national ratings. During the 1990s it became a cliché that the non-state universities could not offer a good level of training.
The latest international research report from Thomson Reuters says one thing about Russia: the country’s share in global scientific activities—publications or patents—is small and declining.