- Assistant Professor:Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs
- Andrej Krickovic has been at HSE University since 2013.
Education and Degrees
Doctoral programme in Russian Foreign Policy
Harvard University, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies
PhD in Political Science
University of California, Berkeley
Bachelor's in History and Politics
University of California, Santa Cruz, History and Politics
University of California
Student Term / Thesis Papers
M. Parunkov «Russian Foreign Policy Outcomes: Rationalism and System Constraints in 2010s». Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, 2020
L. Kikozashvili «Leader's National Identity Conceptions and their Effect on Military Spending: a Data Science Approach to Leadership Typologies». Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, 2020
G. Golubkov «Role and Place of Crimean Annexation in Russian Foreign Policy Discourse». Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, 2020
Y. Asratyan «To What Extent Can the Non-Aligned Movement Be Credited With the Creation of Today's Multipolar World?». Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, 2020
C. O'reilly «Atoms for Peace? Explaining Variance in Rosatom’s Behaviour from an Ontological Security Perspective». Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, 2017
S. Rekla «Testing Theories of Convergence in Bargaining to end Military Conflicts». Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, 2014
- Foreign Policy Analysis (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs; 4 year, 1, 2, 4 module)Eng
- Introduction to International Relations (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs; 2 year, 3, 4 module)Eng
- The Theory of International Relations (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs; 3 year, 3, 4 module)Eng
- Major Theoretical Trends in the Study of International Relations (Master’s programme; Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs; spec. "Politics & Security"; 2 year, 1 module)Eng
- Rising Powers in World Politics (Master’s programme; Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs; spec. "Politics & Security"; 2 year, 2 module)Eng
- Article Krickovic A., Weber Y. Commitment Issues: The Syrian and Ukraine Crises as Bargaining Failures of the Post–Cold War International Order // Problems of Post-Communism. 2018. Vol. 65. No. 6. P. 373-384. doi
- Article Krickovic A., Weber Y. What Can Russia Teach Us about Change? Status-Seeking as a Catalyst for Transformation in International Politics // International Studies Review. 2018. Vol. 20. No. 2. P. 29-30. doi (in press)
- Article Krickovic A. The Symbiotic China-Russia Partnership: Cautious Riser and Desperate Challenger // The Chinese Journal of International Politics . 2017. Vol. 10. No. 3. P. 299-329. doi
- Article Krickovic A., Bratersky M. Benevolent hegemon, neighborhood bully, or regional security provider? Russia’s efforts to promote regional integration after the 2013–2014 Ukraine crisis // Eurasian Geography and Economics. 2016. Vol. 57. No. 2. P. 180-202. doi
- Article Krickovic A. Catalyzing Conflict: The Internal Dimension of the Security Dilemma // Journal of Global Security Studies. 2016. Vol. 1. No. 2. P. 111-126. (in press)
- Chapter Krickovic A. Challengers, Responsible Stakeholders and Free Riders: Explaining Rising Powers’ Divergent Approaches to the Established International Order, in: США и новые центры силы / Науч. ред.: Д. В. Суслов, М. В. Братерский, А. Крикович. СПб. : Алетейя, 2016. (in press)
- Chapter Krickovic A., Suslov D. Introduction: Theoretical Approaches to Studying Changes to the Distribution of Power in the International System, in: США и новые центры силы / Науч. ред.: Д. В. Суслов, М. В. Братерский, А. Крикович. СПб. : Алетейя, 2016. (in press)
- Preprint Bratersky M., Krickovic A., Gokmen G. It's Not the Economy Stupid! Is Russia-US Trade Really Underdeveloped? A Test Using Gravity Models / Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ. Series IR "International Relations". 2016.
- Chapter Krickovic A. Power and Plenty in the 21St Century: Neo-mercantilism in Russia and the Rising Powers, in: США и новые центры силы / Науч. ред.: Д. В. Суслов, М. В. Братерский, А. Крикович. СПб. : Алетейя, 2016. (in press)
- Article Krickovic A. When ties do not bind: The failure of institutional binding in NATO Russia relations // Contemporary Security Policy. 2016. Vol. 37. No. 2. P. 175-199. doi
- Article Krickovic A. "All Politics is Regional": Emerging Powers and the Regionalization of Global Governance // Journal of Global Governance. 2015. Vol. 21. No. 4 (in press)
- Preprint Novikov D., Krickovic A. If you can't beat them, do you have to join them? Strategies rising powers use to challenge and transform the international order / NRU HSE. Series WP BRP 10/IR/2014 "International Relations". 2015.
- Article Krickovic A. When Interdependence Produces Conflict: EU-Russia Energy Relations as Security Dilemma // Contemporary Security Policy. 2015. Vol. 36. No. 1. P. 3-26. doi (in press)
- Article Krickovic A. Imperial nostalgia or prudent geopolitics? Russia's efforts to reintegrate the post-Soviet space in geopolitical perspective // Post-Soviet Affairs. 2014. Vol. 30. No. 6. P. 503-528. doi (in press)
Fall 2014: I taught my course on “Rising Powers in World Politics” at the Center of Advanced and Area Studies at East China Normal University, Shanghai, as part of HSE-ECNU academic exchange program.
2014: Taught seminars on Academic Writing and Peer Review Publishing for the University of Groningen and University of Rijeka's Sumer School on Transitional Justice and the Politics of Memory, held June 23-July 4, 2014.
2014: Delivered Lectures on the Geopolitics of the Shale Revolution at the University of Zagreb's Summer School on Petroleum Engineering, June 9-14, 2014.
2001- 2010: Served as a graduate student instructor for numerous courses including Introduction to International Relations (3 times), Ethics in International Relations (2 times), Russian Politics (2 times), Transitions to Democracy (2 times), Introduction to Comparative Politics (4 times), and Methods in Political Science (1 time).
2006-2010: At Berkeley, I have been a guest lecturer for Professor Steve Weber’s graduate course in International Relations Theory and his introductory undergraduate course in International Relations and for Professor Amy Gurowitz’s courses in Ethics in International Relations. At Harvard, I have guest lectured for Professor Bruno Sergi’s course on The Political Economy of Russia and China.
Other Relevant Work Experience:
2014- Present: Chief organizer of Working Group Academic Publishing in Political Science at HSE. The group meets every 2-3 weeks and gives members of the HSE community a chance to present papers and articles that they plan to submit to be published. The chief goal is to allow presenters to receive the maximum amount of feedback before sending their works on to be peer-reviewed.
2010-Present: I am working closely with the Carnegie Center Moscow, the New Eurasia Foundation Moscow, Peking University and the Observer Foundation of India on an ongoing project: “BRIC 2025: Alternative Global Futures”. The purpose of the project is to gather together experts from the BRIC countries and to construct alternative scenarios for the future of global politics, akin to the National Intelligence Council’s 2025 Report.
2009-Present: Project Manager for the Unger Family Foundation. The foundation’s mission is to provide professional education and training to government officials in Croatia in order to improve the quality of governance in that county.
2006-2009: Research Fellow at the Institute of International Studies, UC Berkeley, duties include: independent research, organizing speakers and conferences, and project management.
2005: I held a six-month internship at the US Embassy in Moscow. I work directly for the Office of the Ambassador, Alexander Vershbow. Duties included: Preparing background material for a conference on Russia-Chinese relations that was attended by the American, German, British and French ambassadors. Compiling reports for the Embassy’s Political Section (in this capacity I attended the Khodorkovsky trial as an observer and representative of the US Embassy)
2005-2009: I completed several reports for Global Business Networks (GBN) commissioned by US government bodies, including reports on Russian-Chinese relations, US border security, and left wing nationalism in Latin America.
2001-2004: Graduate Student Researcher for Professor Andrew C. Janos of the Political Science Department at UC Berkeley.
2000-1998: Assistant Editor, Media Scan, English language daily newspaper in Zagreb Croatia. I also worked as a freelance journalist in Zagreb and published numerous articles on Croatian politics for Radio Free Europe Newsline, Transitions, and Salon.com.
- Rising Powers in World Politics (the course is taught at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs; Master's programme in International Relations in Eurasia; 2nd year, modules 1,2)
- Rising Powers in World Politics (the course is taught at the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs; Master's programme in International Relations: European and Asian Studies; specialization in "European Studies", "Asian Studies"; 1st year, modules 3,4)
Associate Professor of World Economy and International Affairs Andrej Krickovic participated in Turkish Radio Television World’s “Straight Talk” Program.
On March 4, a research seminar at the International Laboratory of World Order Studies and New Regionalism was held. The speaker was Sander Aaron Garrett - Ph.D. (International Relations), specialist in the field of Central Eastern Europe, teacher of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs of the National Research University Higher School of Economics.
From January 21 to January 31, 2019 in HSE buildings on Myasnitskaya 20, Myasnitskaya 9/11 and Armenian pereulok 4 International Winter School was held. It was organized by the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs.
Professor Andrej Krickovic participated in the conference “Russia’s Power: Instruments and Dilemmas”
On November 29 Professor Andrej Krickovic participated in the conference “Russia’s Power: Instruments and Dilemmas” hosted by the French Institute of International Relations (IFRI) in Paris.
Professor Andrej Krickovic was recognized as the best paper presenter at the Social Science and Humanities Research Association's 2nd Annual International Conference in Pattaya, Thailand, June 26-27, 2018
Professor Andrej Krickovic Participates in World Economic Forum and UC Berkeley Workshop on Cybersecurity
Faculty of World Economy Professor and Senior Researcher of the HSE Lab on The Study of International Order and the New Regionalism Andrej Krickovic participated in the workshop “Cyber Security Futures in A Global Context” organized by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the UC Berkeley Center on Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTS) in Munich May 23-24, 2018.
Prof. Andrej Krickovic and Prof. Yuval Weber’s article “What Russia Can Teach us About Change in International Relations” has just been published in International Studies Review as part of a special issue devoted to the 2017 International Study Association's conference’s theme: "Change in International Politics".
On April 4 Professor Andrej Krickovic presented his paper “Russia’s Reactionary Revisionism” as part of the panel: “Is Russia a Revisionist Power?” at the International Studies Association’s annual meeting in San Francisco. Members of the panel included John Mearsheimer (University of Chicago), Richard Sakwa (University of Kent), M. Steven Fish (Berkeley), Andrei Tsygankov (San Francisco State University) and Andrei Sushentsov (MGIMO). Alan Cafruny (Hamilton College) served as chair and moderator.
Each year HSE welcomes new colleagues – Ph.D. holders from the world’s best universities – who join the university through the international recruiting programme. HSE continues the tradition of public lectures at HSE Day, and holds HSE Open Talks in English. Academics from all over the world representing the most diverse disciplines will discuss their research and talk with the public.
On July 6, 2016, the VI International Russian-Chinese Summer School on International Affairs came to a close. Run jointly by the HSE Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs and East China Normal University, with sponsorship provided by the Gorchakov Fund, this year’s school focused on the role of institutions in the new global governance architecture.
Interdisciplinary research and education in economics and international politics are the trademark of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs at HSE. The Faculty offers three tracks for undergraduate students and five Master’s programmes, as well as many opportunities for collaboration on research projects for faculty members and students. Sergey Karaganov, Dean of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, spoke with The HSE Look about research plans, international cooperation and new degree programmes.
lectures will be delivered by HSE scholars at Gorky Park as part of HSE Day. Lectures will be delivered in both Russian and English.
HSE has held the 5th International Relations Russia-China Summer School 'Eurasia 2020: Prospects for cooperation.' The school has been held since 2011 by the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs jointly with the East China Normal University (Shanghai, China). This year it was held with support from the Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund. This is the only summer school of this kind held in Russia.
From the 18th to 21st February the biggest American (in fact international - like the American Association of Political Science) professional association of researchers in international relations, global politics and comparative politics, theInternational Studies Association held it’s 56th annual convention, this time in New Orleans. As in recent years, more than 6,000 participants came from all over the world.