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Indigenous Peoples in the Russian North, Siberia, and the Far East: Life on the Edge.

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Thanks to the Kennan Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center for the opportunity to speak on indigenous peoples rights in Russia. Indigenous peoples in the Russian Federation are one of the most excluded socio-economic groups of population. They are highly … Continue reading

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Indigenous Involvement in North America’s Energy Future

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I was happy to participate at the interesting discussion on indigenous involvement in North America’s energy future and respecting rights through new relationships. The event was organized by the Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center. Rapidly evolving indigenous-industry relationships … Continue reading

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Woodrow Wilson Center Fellowship, Polar Initiative

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I am very happy to start a new chapter in my professional career as a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center with the Polar Initiative focusing on important practical questions, policy challenges, and opportunities for advancement in the Arctic. I … Continue reading

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My Impact Story at American University Washington College of Law

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Combining the Power of Law and the Power of People to Defend Indigenous Population Ruslan Garipov, a 2016 graduate of the International Legal Studies LL.M. Program, came to learn more about American Indian tribes and their rights in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Toys from GDR 1982-1987 (Indians & Cowboys)

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GDR Toys (Indians and Cowboys from Eastern Germany 1982-1987)

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Native Americans

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The US Federal Indian Law, 1 JOURNAL OF FOREIGN LEGISLATION AND COMPARATIVE LAW 58 (2012)

This paper is in Russian. The modern American legislation regarding relations with indigenous peoples of the continent is examined in the article. The author emphasizes some main principles of the federal legislation regarding to American Indians. In the end the conclusion … Continue reading

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From Theory to Practice in Washington, DC

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I am glad my research on Indigenous Peoples’ Rights at American University Washington College of Law turned from theory to practice at Homer Law Chartered, Washington, DC-based law firm. The firm’s practice primarily focuses on cases, matters, and issues arising … Continue reading

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Contemporary Russia at AU SIS

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Recently I have received my teaching evaluations from my students and was pleasantly surprised by the pretty high grade for my teaching! I am very glad my students liked the course. I hope they learned a lot of new and … Continue reading

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Venice Academy on Human Rights

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From July 7 to 17, 2014 I have attended the Interdisciplinary Lectures and Seminars of the Venice Academy of Human Rights, organized by the European Inter-University Center for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) in Venice, Italy.                                                                             … Continue reading

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