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Review of The Cold War in Universities: U.S. and Soviet Cultural Diplomacy, 1945–1990 written by Natalia Tsvetkova (Brill, Leiden-Boston 2021), Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, 2022: 1-3, DOI 


"Jack F. Matlock and American Diplomacy with Russia," American Diplomacy, 1 August 2021.

"The Cold War statecraft and public diplomacy: assessing US-Soviet scientific-technical exchanges," Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, (2021), 1-10, 

"Mittel und Zweck von Public Diplomacy: Wie die Sprecherin des russischen Außenministeriums Marija Sacharowa die zwischenstaatlichen Beziehungen verbessert oder beeinträchtigt," Russland Analysen, 398 (2021), 6-9.

Review of The inevitability of tragedy: Henry Kissinger and his world written by Barry Gewen (New York: Norton, 2020), International Affairs, 97:1 (2021), 231–232.


"Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson in Public Diplomacy: A Case of Russia," Russian Journal of Communication, 12:2 (2020), 155-170. 

"Science Diplomacy and Soviet-American Academic and Technical Exchanges," The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 15:3 (2020), 398–408.

"Russian Science Diplomacy," Diplomatica, 2:1 (2020), 118–134.

[Book chapter] Krasnyak, Olga; Ruffini, Pierre-Bruno, “Science Diplomacy.” In Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations. Ed. Patrick James. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199743292-0277 


Review of Science and Diplomacy: A New Dimension of International Relations, written by Pierre-Bruno Ruffini (Berlin, Springer: 2017), The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 14:4 (2019), 505-507.

How U.S.-Soviet Scientific and Technical Exchanges Helped End the Cold War,” American Diplomacy, 1 November 2019.

Review of Anna Velikaya and Greg Simons (eds.)  Russia’s Public Diplomacy: Evolution and Practice
Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, E-International Relations, 22 October 2019.

Intentions understanding and face-to-face diplomacy,” International Studies Review, 21:2 (2019), 308–309.


World history through the history of the oceans and seas,” Australian Journal of Maritime & Ocean Affairs, 11:2 (2019), 146-148.




National styles in science, diplomacy, and science diplomacy (Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2018), 1-100.

ISBN 978-90-04-39443-8 (paperback), ISBN 978-90-04-39444-5 (e-book).


The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project: Construction of an ideal type of science diplomacy,” The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 13:4 (2018), 410-431.


The material body of diplomacy and the power of interpersonal communications,” The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 13:4 (2018), 573-587.


Review of Do states have the right to exclude immigrants? written by Christopher Bertram (Cambridge, Polity Press, 2018) in Social & Cultural Geography, 19:8 (2018), 1106-1107.


Science diplomacy: An underestimated toolkit of South Korea’s foreign policy,” Academic Paper Series 97, Korea Economic Institute of America (April 2, 2018), 1-7.




Gender Representation in Russian academic journals,” The Journal of Social and Policy Studies, 15:4 (December 2017) 617-628.


Review of Diplomatic Style and Foreign Policy: A Case of South Korea written by Jeffrey Robertson (New York, NY: Routledge 2016) in Diplomacy & Statecraft, 28:2 (June 2017), 371-373.


Review of Celebricities: Media Culture and the Phenomenology of Gadget Commodity Life written by Anthony Curtis Adler (New York, NY: Fordham University Press, 2016) in Journal of Language and Education, 3:1 (March 2017), 102-105.




Co-authored with Mik Fanguy and Elena Tikhonova, “ Linguistic approaches in teaching history of science and technology courses through a content block on cognitive sciences,” Journal of Language and Education, 2:3 (September 2016), 32-44.






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