EU-Russia internationalisation before and during the pandemic and war: How the networks govern

Activity: Talk or presentationConference presentation


Russia’s approach to internationalisation with the EU fluctuated between cooperation and competition moving to the networks governance and involved the actors at supra-, inter-, and national levels. The COVID-19 added new actors whose aims opposed to internationalisation policy but had significant impact on its implementation. However, EU-Russia networks based on academic collaborations have demonstrated their resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia-Ukraine war despite the total suspend of any kind of institutional cooperation. Through analysis of policy and university documents the paper answers the question how the networks in EU-Russia internationalisation have evolved and governed, and who uses their beneficiaries.
Period7 Sept 2022
Held atThe Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST), Malta
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Country of activity

  • Malta

Nature of activity

  • Scientific
  • Professional