Gleb Yarovoy

Gleb Yarovoy
University of Eastern Finland | UEF · Department of Geographical and Historical Studies

PhD (International relations)

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September 2002 - present
Petrozavodsk State University
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  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (16)
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Interaction across state borders is nothing new to either the border communities or national governments worldwide. Still, the spirit, principles and practices of this interaction differ on a given border and change over time. The nature of cross-border cooperation (CBC), which has been actively developing on the border of Russia and the European U...
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This popularized science debate addresses the effects, challenges and developments of the ongoing all Russian waste reform for rural areas. Based on the example of three villages in the Karelian Republic it presents a currently in-transparent, largely dysfunctional and failing system.
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For almost 30 years, cross-border cooperation between Russia and the European Union has been balancing between cooperation and control, geopolitics and paradiplomacy. In different periods of relations, the dominance of one or another logic of development is noticeable. In the “post-Crimean” period of international relations in Europe, cross-border...
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Russia’s waste management system and legislative framework have undergone an ambitious revision process to fix Russia’s pending waste crisis and push waste management towards the levels of its Western neighbours. While the reforms aim to tackle Russia’s insufficient waste management, the local implementation realities of these central policy strate...
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Original article is accesible here: https://sites.utu.fi/bre/waste-as-a-problem-in-rural-russia/
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Russia’s waste management system and legislative framework has undergone a recent revision process to fix Russia’s pending waste crisis. While the revisions have not been able to silence waste related public protest, the local implementation processes of these central policy ideas are widely neglected, particularly for rural areas. Framed by the re...
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Cross-border cooperation (CBC) serves as a tool to combat peripherality of border regions and integrate formerly disconnected borderlands. Resting on the principles of partnership and multi-level governance, CBC activities are deemed by the European Union (EU) to include local/regional authorities, economic and social partners at various stages of...
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Introduction the the Panel: LEARNING FROM CASE STUDIES ON EU BORDER REGION: COMPARING THE INCOMPARABLE? The papers presented in this panel represent the strand of border studies that has a regional development perspective: which investigates the relationship between regional/territorial development and interactions across the border. Case studies c...
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Presentation linked to a research project in support of the planning phase of the ENI Karelia cross-border cooperation programme in 2013-2014.

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Project
The project is a crossborder cooperation project under the EU CBC Karelia funding aiming to improve waste management in rural settlements in both, Russian and Finnish Karelias. It is a practice oriented project with strong citizen involvement components but includes parallel scientific evaluation on the topics of rural waste governance, cross border cooperation and citizen perspectives as well as engagement.
Archived project
The research was ordered by the JMA of the ENI Karelia Programme (Oulu, Finland), providing funding from 15.09.2013 to 31.03.2014. Project leader: Piipponen Minna, Karelian Institute, University of E. Finland Other members of the research team: Matti Fritsch, Karelian Institute, University of E. Finland Sarolta Németh, Karelian Institute, University of E. Finland Pasi Saukkonen, Karelian Institute, University of E. Finland Dmitry Zimin, Karelian Institute, University of E. Finland and Gleb Yarovoy, Petrozavodsk University, Russia Vladimir Isakov, Petrozavodsk University, Russia