Publications

Upcoming:

  • Benjamin Beuerle, Sandra Dahlke and Andras Renner (eds.). Russia’s North Pacific. Centres and Peripheries. Heidelberg: Heidelberg University Publishing: 2021, forthcoming (= Russia and the Asia-Pacific, Vol. 1)
  • Herzberg, Julia, Renner, Andreas, Schierle, Ingrid (Hg.). The Russian Cold, Histories of Ice, Frost, and Snow, (The Environment in History), New York 2021 (forthcoming).
  • Herzberg, Julia. “Verchojansk. Ort der Kälte – Ort der Strafe.” In: Helena Holzberger, Andreas Renner, Sören Urbansky (Hg.), Russische Orte in Asien, München 2020 (forthcoming).
  • Herzberg, Julia. Kältejagd. “Jakutien und die Entdeckung, Verschiebung und der Verlust des Kältepols.” In: Alexander Ananyev, Klaus Gestwa (Hg.). Die Geschichte der Arktis, Paderborn 2020 (forthcoming).
  • Hoppe, Sebastian. “Resource Dependence, Patronal Pyramids and Regional Development: Exploring the Rent Management of Russia’s ‘Turn to the East’.” In Natural Resources, Extractivism, and Sustainable Development: Latin America in Global Perspective. Edited by Hannes Warnecke-Berger and Jan Ickler. New York: Routledge, 2022, forthcoming. 
  • Kindler, Robert. “Troubled Waters. Russo-Japanese Resource Conflicts as a Challenge for Imperial Rule in the Northern Pacific, 1900-1945.” In: Benjamin Beuerle, Sandra Dahlke and Andras Renner (eds.), Russia´s North Pacific. Centres and Peripheries. Heidelberg: Heidelberg University Publishing, 2020. forthcoming (= Russia and the Asia-Pacific, Vol. 1).
  • Kindler, Robert. “American Russia. Fur Seals and the Struggle for Control in the Northern Pacific after 1867.” In: Sergey Glebov, Ivan Sablin (eds.): The Russian Pacific, London: Routledge 2020 (forthcoming).
  • Kowner, R. Tsushima. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022. 300 pp. In press.
  • Kowner, R. From Yellow to Inferior. The Japanese and the Dawn of Modern Racial Thought, 1735-1854. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2022. c. 600 pp. 
  • Kowner, R. “The Russo-Japanese War.” In: Isabelle Duyvesteyn and Beatrice Heuser (eds.), The Cambridge History of Military Strategy, 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. In press.
  • Ryzhova, N. “The Advanced Special Economic Zones: over-politicized anti-politics machine.” In: Benjamin Beuerle, Sandra Dahlke and Andras Renner (eds.), Russia´s North Pacific. Centres and Peripheries. Heidelberg: Heidelberg University Publishing, 2021, forthcoming (Russia and the Asia-Pacific, Vol. 1). 
  • Ryzhova, N. “Freedoms, Security and Development: Border Exclusion Zones in Post-Soviet Russia,” Region: Regional Studies of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia, 2021, forthcoming.

Monographies and Anthologies:

2021:

2020:

  • Sablin, Ivan. Dalnevostochnaia respublika: ot idei do likvidatsii [The Far Eastern Republic: From Idea to Liquidation]. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2020. (Russian translation of The Rise and Fall of Russia’s Far Eastern Republic, 1905–1922).
  • Urbansky, Sören. Beyond the Steppe Frontier: A History of the Sino-Russian Border. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2020.

2018:

  • Herzberg, Julia, Kehrt, Christian, Torma, Franziska (Hg.). Ice and Snow in the Cold War. Histories of Extreme Climatic Environments. (The Environment in History). New York 2018.
  • Sablin, Ivan. The Rise and Fall of Russia’s Far Eastern Republic, 1905–1922: Nationalisms, Imperialisms, and Regionalisms in and after the Russian Empire. London: Routledge, 2018. 

2017:

  • Kowner, R. Historical Dictionary of the Russo-Japanese War. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield. 2nd rev. and expanded edition, 2017. 898 pp. Hardback and e-book editions.

2015:

  • Kowner, R., and W. Demel (eds.). Race and Racism in Modern East Asia: vol. II. Interactions, Nationalism, Gender and Lineage. Leiden: Brill, 2015. 674 pp. Hardback ane e-book editions (paperback edition in 2016).
  • Vinkovetsky, Ilya. Russkaia Amerika: Zaokeanskaia koloniia kontinental’noi imperii. Moscow: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2015. ISBN: 978-5-4448-0286-1 [Revised Russian language edition of Russian America.]

2014:

  • Kowner, R. From White to Yellow. The Japanese in European Racial Thought, 1300-1735. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014. 706 pp. Hardback, paperback and e-book editions.
  • Krotova, M. Soviet Union and Russian emigration to Manchuria between the1920s and 1930s. St. Petersburg: Asterion, 2014. (In Russian).

2011:

  • Vinkovetsky, Ilya. Russian America: An Overseas Colony of a Continental Empire, 1804-1867. New York & London: Oxford University Press, 2011.Paperback, 2014.

2009:

  • Kowner, R. The A to Z of the Russo-Japanese War. Paperback and e-book ed. of the Historical Dictionary of the Russo-Japanese War. 2009. 640 pp.
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. The Chinese migrants in the Russian Far East (1917-1938). Vladivostok, 2009.

2008:

2007:

  • Kowner, R. (ed.) Rethinking the Russo-Japanese War: Centennial Perspectives. Leiden: Brill-Global Oriental, 2007. 539 pp. 
  • Kowner, R. (ed.) The Impact of the Russo-Japanese War. London and New York: Routledge. 368 pp. Hardback and e-book editions, 2007. (Paperback edition in 2009).

2006:

  • Kowner, R. Historical Dictionary of the Russo-Japanese War. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press (Rowman & Littlefield), 2006. 640 pp. Hardback edition.

2005:

  • Kowner, R. The Forgotten Campaign: The Russo-Japanese War and Its Legacy. Tel Aviv: Israel Defense Ministry Press, 2005. 639 pp. [In Hebrew].

2002:

  • Zalesskaia, Olga. The Russian-Chinese border relations in the Far East (1917-1924) Blagoveschensk, 2002.

Book Chapters:

2021:

  • Golovnev, Ivan, Golovneva, Elena. Traditional Ethno-Cultural Communities in the Modern Russian North (Oil Field as a Documentary Film Case) / Visual Representations of the Arctic. New York: Routledge, 2021. 368 p. Pp. 279–294. (In English)
  • Savchenko, Anatolii E., “Why Was the Baikal-Amur Mainline (BAM) Built? Another Side of the Last Megaproject in the East of the USSR.” Russia and the Pacific, No 1 ( 2021): 52-68.

2020:

  • Federov, Nikolai. “’External Contour’ of Eurasian Integration: Cooperation Between the EAEU and the ASEAN.” In: Regional Integration and Future Cooperation Initiatives in the Eurasian Economic Union. Hershey: IGI Global, 2020. pp. 251-272. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1950-9.ch014.
  • Golovnev, I. Scientist Kamchadal from the country of volcanoes Prokopy Novogleblenov and his images of Kamchatka. Dialog so Vremenem [Dialogue with Time], 2020, 3 (72), pp. 181–194. (In Russian)
  • Jones, Ryan Tucker. “’The Great Plains of Russia Were Once the Bottom of the Sea:’ Peter Simon Pallas, Siberian Geohistory, and Empire.” In: Matt Romaniello, ed., Asia in the Russian Imagination. New York:  Routledge, 2020.
  • Karaseva, Asya (co-authored with Ksenia Gavrilova). “Razvivaia sever Dal’nego Vostoka: lokal’noe voobrazhenie turizma na Kolyme i Kamchatke” (Developing the north of the Far East: local imaginaries of tourism in Kolyma and Kamchatka). In: Nikolai Vakhtin and Stephan Dudeck (eds.) Deti devianostykh’ v sovremennoi Rossiiskoi Arktike, pp. 269–323. Saint-Petersburg: Izdatel’stvo Evropeiskogo universiteta v Sankt-Peterburge, 2020. (In Russian)
  • Kowner, R. “The repatriation of surrendered Japanese troops, 1945-47.” In: Barak Kushner and Andrew Levidis (eds.), In the Ruins of the Japanese Empire: Imperial Violence, State Destruction, and the Reordering of Modern East Asia (pp. 121-138). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2020.
  • Krotova, M. “Artist Makariy Fedorovich Domrachev – “Soviet emigrant” in China.” In: Eastern branches of the Russian Diaspora. Vol. 2. (ed. D. Panarina). Moscow: Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2020. 54 – 92. (In Russian).
  • Savchenko, Anatolii E., Zuenko, Ivan Yu., “Dvizhushchiye sily rossiyskogo povorota na Vostok (The Driving Forces of Russia’s Pivot to the East)” Comparative Politics Russia, No. 1 (2020): 111-125.
  • Renner, Andreas. “Die Kapitulation von Port Arthur 1905,” in: Helmut Altrichter u. a. (Hg.): Deutschland – Russland: Stationen gemeinsamer Geschichte – Orte der Erinnerung, Band 2. Das 19. Jahrhundert (2020: Berlin), 319-330.
  • Sablin, Ivan. “Die imperiale Revolution in Russlands Fernem Osten: Sozialismus, Nationalismus und Regionalismus.” In: Oktoberrevolution 1917: Ereignis, Rezeption, künstlerische Deutung, ed. by Felicitas Fischer von Weikersthal, Tanja Penter, and Dorothea Redepenning. Heidelberg: Winter, 2020, pp. 127–147. 
  • Vinkovetsky, Ilya.Chapter 4: “Chinese roads in the Russian imagination and in reality: The 1870s as a decade of discovery,” In Russia in Asia: Imaginations, Interactions, and Realities, edited by Jane F. Hacking, Jeffrey S. Hardy, and Matthew P. Romaniello (Routledge, 2020). Pp. 65-76.
  • Zuenko, Ivan. “Integration in Post-Soviet Central Asia: Shadow-economy Practices and the Cross-Eurasian Flow of Commodities.” In Shadow Exchanges Along the New Silk Roads, edited by E. Hung and T. Ngo. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2020. P. 213-234.

2018:

  • Beuerle, Benjamin. “Climate Change in Russia’s Far East. Controversial Perspectives (mid 1990s–2010s),” in: Marianna Poberezhskaya and Teresa Ashe (eds.), Climate Change Discourse in Russia. Past and Present. London/ New York: Routledge, 2018.
  • Federov, Nikolai. “The Base at Cam Ranh Bay and Russian-Vietnamese Relations.” In: The Changing Dimensions of International Cooperation in Asia, ed. by J. Marzalek-Kawa. Torun: Wydawnictwo Adam Marzalek, 2018, 110-120.
  • Golovnev, I. “Terra incognita”: Image of the Kamchatka Peninsula in the A. Litvinov’s film. Dialog so Vremenem [Dialogue with Time], 2018, 1 (62), pp. 257–272. (In Russian).
  • Indeo, Fabio. “The impact of the Belt and Road Initiative on Central Asia: building new relations in a reshaped geopolitical scenario.” In: W. Zhang, I. Alon, C. Lattemann (eds.), China’s One Belt and One Road Initiative: the Changing Rule of Globalization, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 
  • Jones, Ryan Tucker. “The Tragedy of Captain Ligov:  History and Environment in Russian Whaling Literature.” In: Nicholas Breyfogle, ed., Eurasian Environments:  Nature and Ecology in Imperial Russian and Soviet History. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018.
  • Karaseva, Asya. “Translokal’nyi Magadan: “virtual’noe sosedstvo” v VK-pablike “MGDN|Magadan”” (Translocal Magadan: ‘virtual neighborhood’ in VK public page ‘MGDN|Magadan’). In: Bel’skaia et al. Internet po tu storonu tsifr, pp. 51–64. [s.l.]: Izdatel’skie resheniia, 2018. (In Russian).
  • Ryzhova, N. “Invisible trade: Sovereign decisions on the Sino-Russian border.” In: Routledge Handbook of Asian Borderlands, ed. A. Horstmann, M. Saxer, A. Rippa. London: Routledge, 2018.
  • Ryzhova, N. “The Emergence of Cross-Border Electronic Commerce: Creativity and Declining Trust.” In: Trust and Mistrust in the Economies of the China-Russia Borderlands, ed. by C. Humphrey. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2018.
  • Vinkovetsky, Ilya.“Russia and North America.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Atlantic History. Ed. Trevor Burnard. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018. (posted: 29 November 2018).

2017:

  • Kindler, Robert. “Robben töten. Jagdpraktiken, Anthropomorphismus und Sozialdisziplinierung im Nordpazifik.” In: Iris Därmann, Stephan Zandt (Hrsg.), Andere Ökologien. Transformationen von Mensch und Tier, München 2017, S. 101-120.
  • Kowner, R. “Race and racism.” In: S. Saaler and C. Szpilman (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Modern Japanese History (pp. 92-102). London: Routledge, 2017.

2016:

  • Kowner, R. “Japan and the rise of the idea of race: The Meiji-era fusion of foreign and domestic constructions.” In: Yoneyuki Sugita (ed.), Modern Japan: Social Commentary on State and Society (pp. 31-48) Berlin: Springer, 2016.
  • Renner, Andreas. “Captured or captivated? The war against Japan (1904/05) in the memories of Russian POWs,” in: Kimitaka Matsuzato (ed.), Russia and its Northeast Asian Neighbors, (Lanham, 2016), 117-135.

2015:

  • Kowner, R., and Walter Demel. “The synthesis of foreign and indigenous constructions of race in modern East Asia.” In: R. Kowner and W. Demel (eds.), Race and Racism in Modern East Asia: Interactions, Nationalism, Gender and Lineage (pp. 1-20). Leiden: Brill, 2015.
  • Kowner, R., and Walter Demel. “The essence and mechanisms of race and racism in modern East Asia.” In: R. Kowner and W. Demel (eds.), Race and Racism in Modern East Asia: Interactions, Nationalism, Gender and Lineage (pp. 529-543). Leiden: Brill, 2015.
  • Krotova, M. “Informal Rules of Sino-Soviet Cooperation in Manchuria in 1920s.” In: SGEM 2015 Conference Proceedings, book 3, Vol. 1. Sofia, Bulgaria: (2015). РР. 331 – 336.
  • Krotova, M. “Features of creation and functioning of the state of Manchukuo (1932 – 1945).” In: Statehood of the peoples of Inner Asia (XX century) (ed. K. Mitupov). Prague: Vědecko vydavatelské centrum «Sociosféra-CZ», 2015: 162 – 189. (In Russian).

2013:

  • Kowner, R., and W. Demel (eds.). Race and Racism in Modern East Asia: vol. I. Western and Eastern Constructions. Leiden: Brill (an inaugural volume of the series Modern East Asia in a Global Historical Perspective), 2013. 618 pp. Hardback and e-book editions (paperback edition in 2014).
  • Kowner, R., and Walter Demel. “Modern East Asia and the rise of racial thought: Possible Links, unique features, and unsettled issues.” In: R. Kowner and W. Demel (eds.), Race and Racism in Modern East Asia: Western Constructions and Eastern Reactions (pp. 1-37). Leiden: Brill, 2013. 
  • Kowner, R. “Between contempt and fear: Western racial constructions of East Asians since 1800.” In: R. Kowner and W. Demel (eds.), Race and Racism in Modern East Asia: Western Constructions and Eastern Reaction (pp. 87-125). Leiden: Brill, 2013.

2009:

  • Kowner, R. “Imperial Japan and its POWs: The dilemma of humaneness and national identity.” In: G. Podoler (ed.), War and Militarism in Modern Japan: New Aspects (pp. 80-110). Folkestone, Kent: Global Oriental, 2009.

2008:

  • Kowner, R. “Japan’s ‘fifteen minutes of glory’: Managing world opinion during the war with Russia, 1904-05.” In: Y. Mikhailova and M. W. Steele (eds.), Japan and Russia: Three Centuries of Mutual Images (pp. 47-70). Folkestone, Kent: Global Oriental 2008.

2007:

  • Inaba, C. and R. Kowner. “The Secret Factor: Japanese network of intelligence gathering on Russia during the war.” In: R. Kowner (ed.), Rethinking the Russo-Japanese War: Centennial Perspectives (pp. 78-92). Folkestone, Kent: Global Oriental, 2007.
  • Kowner, R. “The high road to World War I? Europe and outcomes of the Russo-Japanese War.” In: C. Inaba, J. Chapman, and M. Matsumura (eds.), Rethinking the Russo-Japanese War: The Nichinan Papers (pp. 293-314). Folkestone, Kent: Global Oriental, 2007.
  • Kowner, R. “Between a colonial clash and World War Zero: The Impact of the Russo-Japanese War in a Global Perspective.” In: R. Kowner (ed.), The Impact of the Russo-Japanese War (pp. 1-25). London: Routledge, 2007.
  • Kowner, R. “The war as a turning point in modern Japanese history.” In: R. Kowner (ed.), The Impact of the Russo-Japanese War (pp. 29-46). London: Routledge 2007.
  • Kowner, R. “The impact of the war on naval warfare.” In: R. Kowner (ed.), The Impact of the Russo-Japanese War(pp. 269-289). London: Routledge, 2007.
  • Shillony, B-A. and R. Kowner. “The memory and significance of the Russo-Japanese War from a centennial perspective.” In: R. Kowner (ed.), Rethinking the Russo-Japanese War: Centennial Perspectives (pp. 1-9). Folkestone, Kent: Global Oriental 2007.

2004:

  • Vinkovetsky, Ilya. “The Russian-American Company as a Colonial Contractor for the Russian Empire.”  In Alexei Miller and Alfred J. Rieber, eds., Imperial Rule. Budapest: Central European University Press, 2004. Pp. 161-176. 

2000:

  • Kowner, R. “Japan’s enlightened war: Japanese military conduct and attitudes to the enemy during the Russo-Japanese War.” In: B. Edström (ed.), The Japanese and Europe: Images and Perceptions (pp. 134-151). Sandgate, England: Japan Library (2000).

Journal Articles:

2021:

  • Krotova, M. “Preserving the “Russkoe delo” in Manchuria: emigrants and the CER.” Electronic scientific and educational journal “History”, vol. 12, no. 2 (2021). (In Russian).
  • Vladimirsky, Irena, Krotova, Maria. “On the history of the Russian Gold Industry: A View from Siberia.” Historia Provinciae – The Journal of Regional History, Vol. 5, No.1 (2021): 64 -105.  DOI 10.23859/2587-8344-2021-5-1-2
  • Vladimirsky, I., Krotova M. “Private Initiative as a Creative Factor in Transformation of Siberian Gold Industry: The Example of Siberian Gold Entrepreneur Yakov Frizer.” Historia provinciae – Journal of regional history, vol. 5, no. 1 (2021): 64 – 105.

2020:

  • Federov, Nikolai. “Vzaimodeystvie s ASEAN v ramkakh Bol’shogo evraziyskogo partnerstva (Interaction with ASEAN in the Framework of the Greater Eurasian Partnership).” Yugo-Vostochnaya Aziya: aktual’nye problemy razvitiya 3 (48), (2020): 40-49. (in Russian). DOI: 10.31696/2072-8271-2020-3-3-48-040-049.
  • Hoppe, Sebastian. “Russlands Wende Nach Osten: Kleine Schritte Statt Umfassende Neuorientierung.” Zeitschrift für Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik 13, no. 3 (2020): 247–258. (w/ Vera Rogova) https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12399-020-00813-w.
  • Hoppe, Sebastian. “Russia’s Far East in the Shadow of the Asian Pivot.” Riddle, April 21, 2020. https://www.ridl.io/en/russia-s-far-east-in-the-shadow-of-the-asian-pivot/.
  • Indeo, Fabio.“China and Russia: Cooperation or Rivalry along the Belt and Road Initiative?” In: China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Central Asia: Ambitions, Risks, and Realities, OSCE Academy Special Issue, 2, Bishkek, 2020. 
  • Jones, Ryan Tucker. “Vladimir Arsen’ev and Whales in Russia’s Revolutionary Far East,” Sibirica:  The Journal of Siberian History 19:3 (December 2020).
  • Jones, Ryan Tucker and de Jong, Marco. “Red Spouts in the South Pacific:  Bill Dawbin, Tasman Diplomacy, and the Great Humpback Collapse of 1960 – 1962,” Journal of Pacific History  v. 55 no. 4 (2020).
  • Krotova M. “The specifics of the Russian traditions of charity in Manchuria.” Electronic scientific and educational journal “History”, vol.11, no. 2(88) (2020). (In Russian).
  • Krotova, M. “Lessons of history: Features of the Soviet-Chinese management of the CER in the 1920s.” Comparative Politics, vol. 11, no. 2 (2020): 166-176. (In Russian).
  • Penter, Tanja, and Sablin, Ivan. “Soviet federalism from below: The Soviet Republics of Odessa and the Russian Far East, 1917–1918.” Journal of Eurasian Studies, vol. 11, no. 1 (2020): pp. 40–52. https://doi.org/10.1177/1879366520901922.
  • Renner, Andreas. Markt, Staat, Propaganda. Der Nördliche Seeweg in Russlands Arktisplänen, in: Osteuropa 70 (2020), S. 39-59.
  • Vladimirsky, Irena, Krotova, Maria. “Memoirs of Siberian merchants: Ya.D. Frizer and S.V. Vostrotin as a Mirror of Regional Science.” (In Russian) Northern Archives and Expeditions, Vol.4, No.2 (2020): 18-31. DOI 10.31806/2542-1158-202-4-2-18-30.
  • Vladimirsky, I., Krotova, M.V. “On the issue of studying the Siberian merchant class: the circle of social contacts of gold producer Yakov Frizer.” (in Russian) Omsk Scientific Bulletin. Series Society. History. Modernity, Vol.5, No.2 (2020): 9-15. DOI 10.25206/2542-0488-2020-5-2-9-15.
  • Vladimirsky, I., Krotova, M.  “Two Views on the Construction of the Railways in Eastern Siberia (based on memoirs of the Siberia Gold Merchant Yakov Frizer).” The Bulletin of the Irkutsk State University. Series History, vol. 32 (2020): 91-100. (In Russian).
  • Vladimirsky, I., Krotova, M. “The Pious Jew Yakov Frizer: Social Status of Jews in the East Siberia.” RUDN Journal of Russian History, Vol.19, No.4 (2020): 824-837. (In Russian).
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “Chinese Migration and Cross-Border Practices in the Russian-Chinese Interaction in the Far East: Four Stages of Intercultural Dialogue.” Changing Societies & Personalities Vol. 4, No. 4 (2020): 528 541. DOI: 10.15826/csp.2020.4.4.115
  • Zuenko, Ivan. “How Chinese Agricultural Immigrants Affect Farmers in the Russian Far East.” The American Journal of Economics and Sociology 5, 79. (2020): 1387-1417. (in co-authorship with Yi Fujin, Zhou Jiayi, R. Gudaj, D. Kenina, R. Yanbykh, S. Mischuk, T. Potenko).
  • Zuenko, Ivan. “Impact of Chinese Agribusiness Entrepreneurs on the Local Land Market in the Russian Far East.” The American Journal of Economics and Sociology 5, 79 (2020): 1417-1454. (in co-authorship with Yi Fujin, Zhou Jiayi, R. Gudaj, D. Kenina, R. Yanbykh, S. Mischuk, T. Potenko).
  • Zuenko, Ivan. “Chinese Migrant Farmers in the Russian Far East: Impact on Rural Labor Markets.” The American Journal of Economics and Sociology 5, 79 (2020): 1455-1482. (in co-authorship with Yi Fujin, Zhou Jiayi, R. Gudaj, D. Kenina, R. Yanbykh, S. Mischuk, T. Potenko).
  • Zuenko, Ivan. “Sinophobia in the Post-Soviet Space.” Russia in the Global Affairs 3 (2020): 128-151 (in co-authorship with Y. Kulintsev, K. Rakhimov, A. Mukambaev).

2019:

  • Indeo, Fabio.“Regional cooperation in the Asia-Pacific geopolitical chessboard.” Energy Policy Turkey 6 (2019).
  • Indeo, Fabio. “ASEAN-EU energy cooperation: sharing best practices to implement renewable energy sources in regional energy grids.” Global Energy Interconnections, 2019. 
  • Jones, Ryan Tucker. “When Environmentalists Crossed the Strait:  Subsistence Whalers, Hippies, and the Soviets,” Rachel Carson Centre Perspectives (2019 / 5).
  • Karaseva, Anastasiya, Momzikova, Mariia. “Chasovye poiasa i sinkhronnye telekommunikatsii: nezametnaia rabota po temporal’noi koordinatsii u gorozhan Dal’nego Vostoka Rossii”. In Etnograficheskoe obozrenie, 3 (2019): 42−61. 
  • Krotova M. “Zigzags of the fate of engineer Vladimir Barry.” Dialogue with time. Intellectual History Review, vol. 68 (2019): 248-256. (In Russian).
  • Tsirulev, Roman. “Как вы понимаете концепты «аккультурация», «имперская политикааккультурации.» In: Имперская политика аккультурации и проблема колониализма, ed. S.V. Lyubichankovskii, Orenburg, OGAU, 2019. 
  • Vladimirsky, I., Krotova, M.V. “Books and Meetings: the formation of the Spiritual World of the Jewish Merchant in Siberia on the Threshold of the 19th– 20th Centuries.” (in Russian) Ural’skij Istoricheskii Vestnik, N.1 (62), (2019): 79-87. doi: 10.30759/1728-9718-2019-1(62)-79-86. 
  • Vladimirsky, I., Krotova, M.V. “Siberian Gold Industry through the Prism of Yakov Frizer Diaries.” (in Russian) Modern History of Russia (graded Q2), Vol. 9, No. 3 (2019): 609-624. 10.21638/11701/spbu24.2019.304.
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “The Entrepreneurial Activity of Chinese Migrants on the Border Areas of Russia and China at the Turn of the Centuries: the Features of “Shuttle” Migration in the Context of State and Regional Policy.” Journal of Economy Culture and Society, 60, no.1 (2019): 27-44. Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/jecs/issue/49649/667603.
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “The Struggle for Power and Leadership in the Far Eastern Frontier in 1917–1922: Northeast China as a Recipient Region of the Russian White Movement.” Eurasia Border Review, Vol.10, No.1 (2019). DOI: 10.14943/ebr.10.1.91 Retrieved from http://src-h.slav.hokudai.ac.jp/publictn/eurasia_border_review/vol10no1.html.
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “Ethnic Entrepreneurs from China on the Border Territories of the Russian Far East in the 1990s: Features of Economic Activities.” Genesis: Historical Studies, no. 8 (2019): 1-19. 
  • Zhuravskaya, T. and Ryzhova, N. “Calling upon the state: “illegal” gold-mining in the Russian Far East,” Etnograficeskoe Obozrenie (2019) (in Russian).
  • Zuenko, Ivan Yu., Ivanov, Sergei A., Savchenko, Anatolii E., “Chinese investments in the Russian Far East.” World Economy and International Relations, no. 11 (2019): 105-113.

2018:

  • Federov, Nikolai. “Rol’ V’etnama v rossiyskom “Povorote na Vostok” (The Role of Vietnam in the Russian “Pivot to the East”).” Asia and Africa Today 9 (2018): 10-17. (in Russian). DOI: 10.31857/S032150750000686-6.
  • Federov, Nikolai. “Uchastie Rossii v neftegazovykh proektakh na kontinental’nom shel’fe V’etnama: problemy i perspektivy (Participation of Russia at Oil and Gas Projects on the Vietnam’s Continental Shelf).” Yugo-Vostochnaya Aziya: aktual’nye problemy razvitiya 4, 41 (2018): 129-143. (in Russian).
  • Federov, Nikolai. “New Policy towards Vietnam? State Administration of the Russian Federation and a Realization of the Free Trade Agreement between the EAEU and Vietnam.” Public Administration Issues, Special Issue (2018): 68-79. DOI: 10.17323/1999-5431-2018-0-5-68-79.
  • Federov, Nikolai. “Soglashenie o zone svobodnoi torgovli mezhdu EAES I V’etnamom kak factor rossiisko-v’etnamskikh otnoshenii (The Free Trade Agreement between the EAEU and Vietnam as a Factor of Russian Vietnamese Relations).” Comparative Politics Russia 1, (2018): 74-90. (in Russian). DOI: 10.18611/2221-3279-2018-9-1-74-90.
  • Indeo, Fabio. “Russia’s foreign policy in the changing regional chessboard.” Strategic Observatory of the Italian Military Center for Strategic Studies, 2018.
  • Karaseva, Asya. “Razomknutaia modernost’: kommunal’naia avariia v sensornom landshafte severnogo poselka gorodskogo tipa” (Modernity unplugged: the failure of public utilities in the sensory landscape of the northern town). Antropologicheskii forum. 2018, No. 38, pp. 122–144. (In Russian)
  • Krotova, M. “Stepan Vostrotin: a view from the Siberian exile.” RUDN Journal of Russian History, vol. 17, no. 1 (2018): 32 – 49. (In Russian).
  • Krotova, M. “The clash of the two Russias in Manchuria in the 1920s.” Istoricheskie zapiski, vol. 17(135) (2018): 291 – 323. (In Russian).
  • Renner, Andreas. “Peter der Große und Russlands Fenster nach Asien,” in: Historische Zeitschrift 306 (2018), S. 71-96.
  • Sablin, Ivan, and Sukhan, Daniel. “Regionalisms and Imperialisms in the Making of the Russian Far East, 1903–1926.” Slavic Review, vol. 77, no. 2 (2018): 333–357. https://doi.org/10.1017/slr.2018.126.
  • Song, Joonseo. “Symbolic Politics and Wartime Front Regional Identities: ‘City of Military Glory’ Project in the Smolensk Region,” Europe-Asia Studies 70, no. 2 (March 2018).
  • Song, Joonseo. “Branding Local Towns in Post-Soviet Russia through reinventing Local Symbols,” Siberian Socium 2, no. 1 (March 2018).
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “The activity of the Dalgostorg Blagoveshchensk office in the Chinese market in the late 1920s.” Cleo, Vol.133, no.1 (2018): 94-100.
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “The image of the Chinese in the Amur literature (to the formulation of the problem of socio-cultural interaction in the Far East geopolitical and literary space).” Ural Federal University Journal, Humanity science, Vol.175, no.2 (2018): 47-59.
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “The features of cross-border trade between the Amur Region and Northeast China in the 1950s.” Society, history, culture, no. 1 (2018): 115-118.
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “苏联集体化时期远东地区中国劳务移民研究 (A Study of Chinese Labour Migration in the Far East in the period of Soviet Collectivization).” Siberian Studies, no. 3 (2018): 73-76. (In Chin.)

2017:

  • Federov, Nikolai. “Rossiisko-v’etnamskoe voenno-tekhnicheskoe sotrudnichestvo: vyzovy i vozmozhnosti dlya Rossii (Russian-Vietnamese Military-Technical Cooperation: Challenges and Opportunities for Russia).” Vestnik RUDN. International Relations 17, No. 3 (2017): 496-508. (in Russian). DOI: 10.22363/2313-0660-2017-17-3-496-507.
  • Kowner, R. “When strategy, economics, and racial ideology meet: Inter-Axis connections in wartime Indian Ocean.” Journal of Global History 12, (2017): 228-250.
  • Kowner, R. “Japan in World War I: From regional to global power in four years.” Historia 38, (2017): 5-34. [In Hebrew].
  • Krotova, M. “Orientalists and interpreters on the CER.” Vostok (Oriens), no. 2 (2017): 72 – 83. (In Russian).
  • Sablin, Ivan. “National Autonomies in the Far Eastern Republic: Post-Imperial Diversity Management in Pacific Russia, 1920–1922.” History and Anthropology, vol. 28, no. 4 (special issue Loyalty and Disloyalty on the Russia–China Border, ed. by Caroline Humphrey) (2017): 445–460, https://doi.org/10.1080/02757206.2017.1351359.
  • Sablin, Ivan. “Democracy in the Russian Far East during the Revolution of 1905–1907.” Russian History, vol. 44, no. 2–3 (2017): 449–475, https://doi.org/10.1163/18763316-04402017.
  • Sablin, Ivan, and Kuchinsky, Alexander. “Making the Korean Nation in the Russian Far East, 1863–1926.” Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity, vol. 45, no. 5 (2017): 798–814, https://doi.org/10.1080/00905992.2017.1308347.
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “Chinese migrants in the gold mining industry in the Far East in the 1920-1930s.” Power, no.4 (2017): 113-137.

2016:

  • Federov, Nikolai. “Konflikt v Yuzhno-Kitaiskom more i rossiisko-v’etnamskie otnosheniya (The Conflict in the South China Sea and Russian-Vietnamese Relations).” Administrative Consulting 11 (2016): 27-38. (in Russian).
  • Krotova, M. “Formation of the Soviet colony in Manchuria in the 1920s.” North, no. 32. (2016): 166 – 175. (In Japanese).
  • Renner, Andreas. “Globale Ikone des Kalten Kriegs? Der Atompilz und die sowjetische Nuklearkultur,” in: Osteuropa 66 (2016), Heft 6-7, 215–236; https://www.zeitschrift-osteuropa.de/hefte/2016/6-7/.
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “Faculty of Law in Harbin and its contribution to the development of the Russian-Chinese borderland (1920-1937).” A new historical herald, Vol.48, no.2 (2016): 113-131.

2015:

  • Indeo, Fabio. “Energy Security in North East Asia: The Vulnerability of Maritime Energy Routes and Strategies of Diversification.” EGS Working Paper, No.5, (2015).
  • Renner, Andreas. Zeichen der Zeit: Europas Osten in Fernost. Osteuropa 65 (2015), Heft 5-6; zusammen mit Sören Urbansky; www.osteuropa.dgo-online.org/hefte/2015/5-6/.
  • Renner, Andreas. “Čaadaevs zweiter Ellenbogen. Eine „asiatische Wende“ für die Geschichte Russlands,” in: Osteuropa 65 (2015), Heft 5-6, 1-15. 
  • Song, Joonseo. «Корейская война и изменения в южнокорейском обществе в 1950 гг.», СОЦИС, no. 2 (2015).

2014:

  • Krotova, M. “Personal Affairs of CER employees as a source of study of the Russian presence in Manchuria.” Peterburgskii istoricheskii zhurnal [St. Petersburg historical journal], no. 2 (2014): 125 – 136. (In Russian).
  • Zalesskaia, Olga. “1920 – 1930 年代旅俄华侨在远东: 远东跨文化空间的形成 (Chinese migrants in the Russian Far East in the 1920-1930s: the formation of a transcultural space in the Far East).” 俄罗斯学刊, no.2 (2014): 39-43. (In Chin.)

2013:

  • Indeo, Fabio. “Shale gas revolution: the impact on Russian energy strategy.” EGS Working Paper, No. 12, (2013).
  • Indeo, Fabio, Kim, Younkyoo. “The New Great Game in Central Asia post 2014: the US ‘New Silk Road’ strategy and Sino-Russian Rivalry.” Communist and Post-Communist Studies 46, No.2 (2013).
  • Krotova, M. “The Soviet presence in the Chinese Eastern railway in 1924-1935.” Problemy Dal’nego Vostoka [Problems of the Far East], no. 1 (2013): 139-150. (In Russian).
  • Krotova, M. “The conflict on the CER in 1929: information war and the political moods of Russians in Manchuria.” Vestnik RGGU [Herald of Russian state University for Humanities], no. 10 (2013): 85 – 97. (In Russian).

2012:

  • Krotova, M. “’Sent from Moscow’ Soviet representatives in Northern Manchuria (1920-1930s).” North, no. 28. Osaka, Japan (2012): 66 – 78. (In Japanese).
  • Krotova, M. “Russian emigrants in interwar Manchuria: manipulations with citizenship as a survival strategy.” Novyi istoricheskii vestnik, no. 32 (2012): 66-83. (In Russian).

2011:

  • Krotova, M. “The Soviet-Chinese management of CER in 1924-1935.” Social and Human Sciences in the Far East, no. 4 (2011): 154 – 160. (In Russian).

2010:

  • Krotova, M. “Harbin as a Center of Russian influence in Manchuria from 1898 to 1917.” St. Petersburg: SPbGUEF, 2010. (in Russian).
  • Vinkovetsky, Ilya.“Building a Diocese Overseas: The Orthodox Church in Partnership with the Russian-American Company in Alaska.” Ab Imperio, no. 3 (2010): 152-194.

2004:

  • Kowner, R. “The skin as a metaphor: Early European racial perspectives on Japan, 1548-1853.” Ethnohistory 51 (2004): 751-778.  

2001:

  • Kowner, R. “Becoming an honorary civilized nation: Remaking Japan’s military image during the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905.” The Historian 64 (2001): 19-38.
  • Vinkovetsky, Ilya.“Circumnavigation, Empire, Modernity, Race: The Impact of Round-the-World Voyages on Russia’s Imperial Consciousness.” Ab Imperio, nos. 1-2 (2001): 191-210. 

2000:

  • Kowner, R. “Lighter than yellow, but not enough: Western discourse on the Japanese ‘race’, 1854-1904.” The Historical Journal 43, (2000): 103-131.

1998:

  • Kowner, R. “Nicholas II and the Japanese body: Images and decision making on the eve of the Russo-Japanese War.” The Psychohistory Review 26 (1998): 211-252.
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