Yuriy M. Pochta.
Office: 117198 Moscow, Miklukho-Maklaya Str. 10/2, room 208
Phone: 8(495) 936-85-22
Position: Professor of the Chair of Comparative, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia
Academic degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Academic rank: Professor
Direction of training and / or specialty (diploma): In 1978 graduated from the Economics and Law Faculty of the University of of Peoples' Friendship specializing in International Law. He also received the qualification of an interpreter of English and Arabic
Name of diploma qualification: lawyer
Qualifications and work experience: worked at the university as an assistant, associate professor, professor of the departments of philosophy, social philosophy, comparative politics. 1996-2006 – deputy dean for scientific work. From 2005 to January 2016 was in charge of the Chair of Comparative Politics, at present - Professor of the Chair of Comparative Politics.
Contemporary Islam and politics;
Political culture: Russia-West-East;
Contemporary problems of comparative politics;
Strategic balance and strategic stability in the context of the formation of a new system of international relations;
Organization of scientific research in the Russian Federation;
Politics in the countries of the East;
SPIN Russian scientific citation index 5600-3410
Scopus AutorID orcid.org/0000-0001-9600-2665
Google Scholar https://scholar.google.ru/citations?hl=ru&user=sx2gVvoAAAAJ
Yu. M. Pochta. Muslim society between fundamentalism and liberalism: the problem of civil society // Bulleten of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Series: Political science, 2017, v.19, #1, pp.15-24.
Pochta Yu. M. Development of the Russian model of federalism: relationships of center and regions in 2007-2016 // Bulleten of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Series: Political science, 2016. № 3. pp. 97-115.
Yuri M. Pochta. Russian Federation // Regionalisation trends in European countries: 2007-2015. A study by members of the Group of Independent Experts of the European Charter of Local Self-Government /Editor: Prof. Francesco Merloni. - Strasburg: The Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe, 2016. P.165-177.
Yuriy Pochta. Re-storying the Polis: Civil Society as Narrative Reconstruction (Council for Research in Values & Philosophy. Ser.VII, Vol. 28) / Edited by Yuriy Pochta, Gan Chunsong, David Kaulemu. Washington (DC): Council for Research in Values & Philosophy, 2015. 301 p.
Yuriy Pochta. Integration of Crimea and Sevastopol into Russian society as a challenge to the Russian model of federalism // Political science facing the challenges of modern politics. Materials of the VII All-Russian Congress of Political Scientists, Moscow, November 19-21, 2015 / Under total. Ed. O.V. Gaman-Golutvina, L.V. Smorgunova, L.N. Timofeeva - Aspect Press Publishing House, 2015, p. 1160-1162. (in Russian)
Yuriy Pochta. The Civilization Foundation of Civil Society in the Muslim World: Russian Experience // Philosophy and Spirituality across Cultures and Civilizations: Russian Philosophical Studies, VII. /Nur Kirabaev, Yuriy Pochta and Ruzana Pskhu, eds. Washington (D.C.): The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2014. P.
Yuriy Pochta. The Role of the World Religions' Moral Values in the Legal Regulation of Social Relations: the Conflict of Secular and Post-secular Thinking // Etica, Crise e Sociedade /Coordenacao de Michel Renaud e Goncalo Marcelo. Lisboa: HUMUS, 2011. P.313-322.
Yuriy M. Pochta. Muslim Society between Fundamentalism and Liberalism: the Problem of Civil Society // Religions in the Public Spheres /Tadeusz Buksinski (ed.). (Dia-Logos. Studies in Philosophy and Social Sciences. Bd./Vol14). Frankfurt am Main: Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2011. P.367-379.
Yuriy M. Pochta. Russian Regions in International Relations // Autonomie régionale et relations internationales ; nouvelles dimensions de la gouvernance multilatéral /Carlos E.Pacheco Amaral (ed.). Paris: L’Harmattan, 2011. P. 213-232.
Yuriy Pochta. “Orientalization” of Marxism in Revolutionary Russia // Dialogue among Civilizations. (Russian Philosophical Studies, 4. Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change. Series IVA, Eastern and Central Europe, Volume 41). /Edited by Nur Kirabaev and Yuriy Pochta. Washington (D.C.): The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2010. P.171-188.