The Senior Researcher of the UNESCO Chair, Kirill Andreevich FURSOV, prepared a training manual in two parts on his lecture course "Russia and Civilization Problems of the XXI Century":
Russia and the civilizational problems of the twenty-first century. Part I. Russia as a Eurasian State: History and Modernity: A Tutorial. Moscow; Berlin: Director-Media, 2019. 88 p.
Russia and the civilizational problems of the twenty-first century. Part II. East-West Russia: The Problems of Civilizations and Geopolitical: A Tutorial. Moscow; Berlin: Director-Media, 2019. 96 s.
The first part is devoted to the formation and development of Russia as a Eurasian power, the specifics of the state and administrative-territorial structure, the national and religious policy of the Russian Federation, the peculiarities of Russian civilization and the processes of integration in the post-Soviet space. The second part considers Russia 's place in Russian philosophy, the perception of the country in the public thought of the West and the East, the role of the West, the Greater Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region in the geopolitical of the Russian Federation and the problems of Eurasian continental integration. The manual is intended for foreign students (masters) studying in the profile "East, Russia (comparative research)," and for anyone interested in the problems of history and modernity of Russia, civilization and geopolitical topics.