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Moscow, 3 Bolshoy Trekhsvyatitelsky Pereulok, rooms 227, 228b

Professor Vera Rusinova

Head of the School of International Law
E-mail: vrusinova@hse.ru

Professor Daria Boklan

Deputy Head of the School of International Law
E-mail: dboklan@hse.ru

Svetlana Smirnova
Manager Svetlana Smirnova

E-mail: svetlana.smirnova@hse.ru

Law of International Trade in the Region of the Caucasus, Central Asia and Russia

Aliyev A., Babkina E., Dmitrikova E. et al.

Brill, Nijhoff, 2022.

Article 17.6(ii) of the WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement: Waiting for Chekhov’s Gun to Go Off

Rovnov Y.


Book chapter
Russian Approaches to International Law
In press

Rusinova V.

In bk.: The Oxford Handbook of International Law in Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2024. Ch. 22. P. 1-21.

Working paper

Rusinova V., Sergei K.

Law. LAW. Высшая школа экономики, 2021

First Ph.D. Seminar

On November 10, 2020 School of International Law launched its first Ph.D. Seminar. Daniil Moshnikov was the first Ph.D. student to make a presentation on the topic of his thesis, which is dedicated to ‘International Law Regulations on Combating the Spread of Infectious Diseases’. He described the methodologies are used in the scholarship and presented his approaches to the problem of insufficient efficacy of the international inter-state co-operation in this field and an institutional crisis of the World Health Organization.  

Gleb Bogush, workshop coordinator, Associate Professor:

I hope that this seminar will prove to be helpful to everyone - both Ph.D. students and their supervisors, senior colleagues. Without a healthy criticism (even rather harsh one), exchange of views, “brainstorming” one can hardly count on a full and successful scientific research. I would like to thank Daniil Moshnikov - it is always difficult to be a pioneer, but he did an excellent job!

Vera Rusinova, Head of the School of International Law, professor:

This seminar is thought as a platform for the presentation of ideas and approaches, which crystallize in the framework of the research made by our young colleagues. We invoke for the participation in this seminar experienced researchers with a purpose to provide methodological support to Ph.D. students and give them new impulses for improvement. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Gleb Bogush for taking on his shoulders the organizational workload and for the realization of this important element of our team-work and to congratulate Daniil Moshnikov with the first approbation of the concept of his research!

Daniil Moshnikov, assistant:

Speaking at a postgraduate seminar was, surprisingly, rather an unusual experience. Despite the fact that all the training of a graduate student is aimed precisely at solving a specific scientific problem, most of these activities are still either general in nature or require a formal progress report. Therefore, it is especially important to hear the opinion of experienced specialists on the merits of your topic, and this is exactly an opportunity that this seminar has provided for me. Now, after I have heard comments on my presentation, I have a better understanding of issues that owe further research and refinement.

Alaa N. Assaf, graduate student:

Today our colleague Daniil shared with us the milestones he achieved in the process of his Ph.D. so far in his last year of the Ph.D. program. Daniil’s thesis is timely and thought provocative, as we rarely encounter those who are pioneering in hypothesizing a general framework for a new International Health Law. The importance of his ideas is further amplified in our current times following the COVID-19 pandemic that illustrated the urgent need for an international regularity regime for state cooperation to fight such threats to humankind that transcends all known borders, material and artificial. The Ph.D. seminar provided the speaker and us, participants, with a unique opportunity to have an engaging experience with new ideas and their entertainment under the supervision of experienced professors in a manner that can further refine our prospect outputs and help to avoid possible research bottlenecks while still in the process of conducting their theses.