Maria Lagutina

Maria Lagutina is Associate Professor, World Politics Department at Saint Petersburg State University. She holds a Ph.D. in Political Science (2006, St. Petersburg State University, the Russian Federation) and Doctoral Degree (2017, St. Petersburg State University, the Russian Federation). Her current research interests are oriented towards Eurasian integration and its regional and global dimensions, including different issues and prospects of the European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union relationships. She is a member of the International Studies Association. Dr. Maria Lagutina is the author of four monographs, one textbook and several chapters in the collective monographs on the world politics issues and Eurasian integration and more than 30 articles in Russian and English. In 2016 she was invited as a Visiting Professor at Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada).


Preferential Trade Agreements of the Eurasian Economic Union: Economic Feasibility and Political Significance
Maria Lagutina. © 2020. 27 pages.
One of the trends in the development of modern trade relations is the increase in the number of concluded preferential trade agreements (PTA), which are considered to be a tool...
Regional Integration and Future Cooperation Initiatives in the Eurasian Economic Union
Maria Lagutina. © 2020. 339 pages.
The integration of the Eurasian Economic Union has been under constant development as officials try to successfully implement new economic policies within its various regions....
A Concept of Eurasia: From Classical Eurasianism to Pragmatic Eurasianism
Maria Lagutina. © 2020. 15 pages.
This chapter analyzes the process of the Eurasian idea's evolution in historical retrospective, as well as the identification of the general and special in the basics of...
The Eurasian Economic Union in the Context of Transformation of the International Trade System
Maria Lagutina. © 2018. 21 pages.
The EEU was created to strengthen the national economies and capabilities of the member states in global economy by creating the so-called “four freedoms”: the free movement of...