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Ivan P. Pavlov

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Evolution of International Research Cooperation models in the Contemporary Foreign Policy Environment

Author Zhukovsky I.
DOI 10.5922/2079-8555-2015-3-2
Pages 17-27
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Keywords international academic and research cooperation, foreign policy, internationalization of education and research
Abstract (summary) This article focuses on the principle models of international research and academic cooperation. The author divides international academic cooperation into periods and analyses the evolution of the connection between foreign policy and international cooperation in education and research aimed at raising the prestige and improving the position of a state in the international arena. The author focuses on the non-linear nature of periods stemming from the fact that different states are characterized by different (non-linear) time cycles resulting from the differences in cultural and historical backgrounds and dissimilar foreign policy contents and formats. Through comparing a variety of foreign policy approaches (including that of the Russian Federation), the author answers the question about the contribution of universities to the development of mechanisms of cooperation and mutual understanding in the modern world — a world increasingly influenced by information and communication technologies.
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