Eurasia from the East: Japanese Views
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Examining Russia from the East is different from studying from the West. Professors from the Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Japan's national center for the study of the former Soviet areas, know this well and will demonstrate based on research conducted recently and presently at the Center in Sapporo. Sanctions, petrostate, the Hajj and Russia's relations with China, Japan and Saudi Arabia are among the topics that will be addressed.
Professor, Slavic-Eurasian Research Center (SRC), Hokkaido University
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