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SPbU professor became the member of the Rosenau Achievement Award Committee of the International Studies Association (ISA)

On 15 March 2016 the Governing Council of the International Studies Association at the ISA Annual Convention in Atlanta (USA) elected Professor of St. Petersburg State University Stanislav Tkachenko as a member of the Rosenau Achievement Award Committee. At the same time the Committee consists of professor of  the University of Iowa, Richard W. Mansbah and professor of the London School of Economics, Stephanie J. Rickard.

James N. Rosenau Award is one of the three highest and most prestigious awards, presented annually to leading experts in the field of political science, international relations and political economy, whose work has made a significant contribution to the study of the problems of globalization and interdisciplinary research in the field of world politics. The award is presented at the annual Association of the Convent.

Stanislav Tkachenko became the first Russian scientist, who was elected as member of the commission for awarding one of its highest awards by the Association. It is worth to remark that from 2013 to the present time Professor has been chairing the Association of International Studies Post-Communist Systems in International Relations Section.

International Studies Association is the largest professional association of specialists in various social sciences, studying the problems of international relations, as well as the internal political, economic and socio-cultural processes in the individual states. It gathers more than 10,000 scientists from different countries of the world. For more information on the Association of International Studies and the sections you can see here

Note: Stanislav Tkachenko is professor, doctor of economic sciences, head of St. Petersburg State University graduate program "Diplomacy of the Russian Federation and foreign states" He is an expert on European monetary integration, Russian foreign policy, economic aspects of international relations.

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