Like many international students who choose to study at the Higher School of Economics, Martin Inderhaug, a native of Bergen, Norway, boasts a rich background marked by a diverse set of interests. Although he has been at HSE for only six months since enrolling in the Master’s programme in Politics, Economics and Philosophy, his interest in Russia goes back to his days serving in Norway’s military in the country’s far north where he would gaze at the ‘unknown East’ across the border with Russia.
Lecture on ‘Revolutionary Culture Today’ by Susan Buck-Morss
HSE seminar on political economy. Luigi Pascali to speak on 'Cereals, Appropriability and Hierarchy'
Lecture on 'China and the Middle East' by Robert Mason
Lecture ‘International cooperation for sustainable development. The view from space’ by André Kuipers
International Conference 'New Trends and Directions of Migration'