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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations
  original article Journal Date Title Authors All Authors
1 [GO] Analysis and Forecasting IMEMO Journal 2021―Sep―02 COVID-19 Crisis as a Catalyst for the USA-China Decoupling A. Zaitsev, A. Pyatachkova
2 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Aug―12 COVID-19 Pandemic as a Challenge to Franco-German Leadership in the EU P. Timofeev, M. Khorolskaya
3 [GO] Analysis and Forecasting IMEMO Journal 2021―May―24 Brazil - Everyone Is on Their Own. Characteristics of Social Policy During the Covid-19 Crisis Y. Belous, A. Likhacheva
4 [GO] Analysis and Forecasting IMEMO Journal 2021―May―24 Pandemic, Protests, Protectionism and Presidential Elections in the USA in 2020 O. Bogaevskaya, A. Borisova, A. Davydov, E. Desiatsky, S. Dmitriev, V. Zhuravleva, et al. (+3)
5 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―May―19 Sharing Economy: the Business Model of the Digital Economy in the COVID-19 Period L. Belova
6 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Mar―17 Prospects and Challenges to International Economic and Power Production Cooperation after the Covid-19 Pandemic A. Dynkin, E. Telegina, G. Khalova
7 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Mar―17 Imperatives of Sustainable Development in the Shadow and in the Light of the Pandemic V. Davydov
8 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Mar―17 Belt and Road Initiative: Interim Results and Challenges During Pandemic N. Pyzhikov, E. Gushchin
9 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Mar―17 Central Europe in the Pandemic Era: First Economic Results A. Chetverikova
10 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Mar―17 Social and Economic Problems of EC Countries in the Initial Pandemic Period A. Egorov, A. Petrovskiy
11 [GO] Russia and New States of Eurasia 2021―Feb―17 The COVID-19 Pandemic and Ukrainian Economy M. Krivogouz
12 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Feb―10 COVID-19 Pandemic: World Central Banks’ Reactions to Economic Downturn V. Usoskin
13 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Feb―10 Pandemic Testing of the Sustainability of Emerging Trends in Higher Education E. Antyukhova, P. Kasatkin
14 [GO] Analysis and Forecasting IMEMO Journal 2021―Jan―29 Migration Challenges in the EU amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: Fostering Solidarity or Threatening the Cohesion? E. Matyukhova
15 [GO] Analysis and Forecasting IMEMO Journal 2021―Jan―29 Some Special Features of Military and Economic Activities Within the Period of COVID-19 Related Crisis S. Kazennov, V. Kumachev, E. Koroleva
16 [GO] Analysis and Forecasting IMEMO Journal 2021―Jan―29 “Soft Power” of the Indian Navy in the Pandemic Era A. Kupriyanov
17 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Jan―19 Overcoming COVID-19 Impact in the EU: Supranational Financial Aspect E. Sidorova
18 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Jan―19 Global Value Chains (GVCS) and COVID-19 Pandemic V. Varnavskii
19 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Jan―19 Spanish Economy under COVID-19: Anamnesis and Prospects for Recovery K. Nikulin
20 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2021―Jan―19 Economic Policy of Japan in the Time of Pandemic A. Belov
21 [GO] Analysis and Forecasting IMEMO Journal 2020―Dec―23 Canada's Multi-Pronged Response to the Covid-19 Outbreak M. Solyanova
22 [GO] Analysis and Forecasting IMEMO Journal 2020―Dec―23 The New Social Landscape of the Digital Age: Lessons from the Pandemic T. Razumova, E. Sadovaya, T. Chubarova
23 [GO] Analysis and Forecasting IMEMO Journal 2020―Dec―23 Education During a Pandemic: Prospects and Challenges of Digital Learning A. Zenkov
24 [GO] Pathways to Peace and Security 2020―Dec―09 COVID-19 and mobilization of healthcare in the post-Soviet space D. Sokolov
25 [GO] Pathways to Peace and Security 2020―Dec―09 COVID-19 and the U.S.-China competition: the case of Italy D. Cristiani
26 [GO] Pathways to Peace and Security 2020―Dec―09 COVID-19 pandemic and long-term development trajectories of East Asian and Western economic models V. Popov
27 [GO] Pathways to Peace and Security 2020―Dec―09 The COVID-19 pandemic as a factor of China’s foreign and domestic policies L. Gamza, E. Zaklyazminskaya
28 [GO] Pathways to Peace and Security 2020―Dec―09 Information and political aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic in the United States P. Koshkin
29 [GO] Pathways to Peace and Security 2020―Dec―09 The spread of epidemics, pandemics, and mass diseases as a contemporary global challenge I. Kholikov
30 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2020―Nov―13 Comparative Analyses of Terrorist Threats under Conditions of COVID-19 G. Machitidze
31 [GO] Russia and New States of Eurasia 2020―Nov―13 Support of Economy in CIS Countries during the Pandemic A. Lampsi
32 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2020―Oct―15 World and Regional Natural Gas Markets after COVID-19 A. Maslennikov
33 [GO] Analysis and Forecasting IMEMO Journal 2020―Oct―15 NEW “SYMPTOMS” OF THE US SYSTEMIC CRISIS THROUGH THE PRISM OF THE COVID-19 RESPOND A. BORISOVA
34 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2020―Sep―08 World Oil Market: The Pandemics Will Bring Global Peak Oil Demand Closer I. Kopytin
35 [GO] World Economy and International Relations 2020―Aug―10 Pandemic Shock and the World after Crisis A. Dynkin, E. Telegina
36 [GO] Russia and New States of Eurasia 2020―Aug―06 Armenia: Policy is Dictated by Economy and COVID-19 A. Krylov
37 [GO] Russia and New States of Eurasia 2020―Aug―06 Transcaucasian Republics under Conditions of the COVID-19 Pandemic I. Fedorovskaya
38 [GO] Russia and New States of Eurasia 2020―Aug―06 Central Asia under Conditions of the Pandemic E. Ionova


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