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Department of International Relations
Head of the Department, 
Doctor of Science (Political Sciences)
Professor

 

 

Born in 1966 in Minsk. In 1988 she graduated from the Minsk State Pedagogical Institute. A. M. Gorky, Faculty of History. In the same year, she entered the graduate school of the Belarusian State University. In 1994, she completed her postgraduate studies in political science. In 1995 she successfully defended her Ph.D.

Since 1990, she has worked in various universities in Minsk as a teacher and associate professor. In 1997, she came to work at the Department of International Relations of the FMO. From 2000 to 2003 she studied at the doctoral program of the Belarusian State University. In March 2005, she defended her doctoral dissertation "Evolution of Conceptual Approaches to Human Rights in the Context of Globalization", specializing in "Political Problems of International Relations and Global Development". Doctor of Political Science (2005), professor (2010).

Supervised 4 candidates of political sciences who successfully defended dissertations in political sciences. Repeatedly passed scientific internships in the USA, China, Kazakhstan. Member of the editorial boards of several scientific publications in Minsk, Grodno and Ukraine. In 2007 she received a scholarship from the President of the Republic of Belarus as the "Best Young Scientist". Repeatedly awarded with BSU diplomas. Constantly appears in the republican media as an expert on the problems of domestic and international development.

He is the chairman of the council for the defense of dissertations D 02.01.18 at the Belarusian State University.

He specializes in studying the features of the political development and foreign policy of China and the countries of Northeast Asia, analyzing their place and role in world politics. He also studies the problem of human rights in modern international relations. He has a number of scientific articles and monographs. She repeatedly made presentations at international conferences, including those outside of Belarus.

He is the author of more than 150 scientific papers.

Courses taught

Regional subsystems of international relations

Human rights in world politics

Problems of global studies in the modern world

China in modern international relations

 

Major publications

  1. Malevich, Y. I. Democracy and Human Rights in the USA: Constitutional and Extraconstitutional Points of View: Manual for Students of Historical and Juridical Specialties / Y. I. Malevich. — Minsk: BSU, 1989. — 22 p.
  2. Malevich, Y. I. Human Rights in Foreign Policy: manual / Y. I. Malevich. — Minsk: MIM, 2000. — 36 p.
  3. Malevich, Y. I. Concept of Political Philosophy of Human Rights / Y. I. Malevich // Bulletin of Youth Scientific Association. — 2000. — № 5—6. — P. 31—42.
  4. Malevich, Y. I. Human Rights in World Policy (Second Half of the XX Century) / Y. I. Malevich. — Minsk: Tehnoprint, 2001. — 256 p.
  5. Malevich, Y. I. Foreign Policy and Economy of the Countries of Nothern Europe: manul for students of International Law and Economical specialties / Y. I. Malevich. — Minsk: Ltd. "Reklama Faksbelar", — 2001. — 56 p.
  6. Malevich, Y. I. Intercivillizational Models of the Concept of Human Rights Informational Generality / Y. I. Malevich // Problems of Informational Technologies Creation: Collection of Scientific Works. — Moscow: MADI (GTU), 2001. — P. 308—316.
  7. Malevich, Y. I. Place of the Concept of Personal Rights in Strategic Prognoses of Asian-Pacific Region Development in the New Century / Y. I. Malevich // Bulletin of Youth Scientific Association. — 2001. — № 1. — P. 20—27.
  8. Malevich, Y. I. The Problems of the Generality of Human Rights in World Policy / Y. I. Malevich // Belarusian Journal of International Law and International Relations. — 2001. — N 2. — P. 77—83.
  9. Malevich, Y. I. Human Rights and International Policy / Y. I. Malevich // Belarusian Journal of International Law and International Relations. - 2001. — № 3. — P. 64—68.
  10. Malevich, Y. I. Membership of China in WTO. Problems and contradictions / Y. I. Malevich, I. V. Volynets // TEO "Technique. Economy. Organization". — 2002. — № 6. — P. 34—36.
  11. Malevich, Y. I. Problems of the Concept of Universalism of Human Rights Transformation in International Interpretation / Y. I. Malevich // Vesti of Belarusian State Pedagogical University. — 2003. — № 1. — P. 191—200.
  12. Malevich, Y. I. Universalism of Human Rights / Y. I. Malevich // Vesti of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Series of Humanities. — 2003. — № 3. — P. 31—38.
  13. Malevich, Y. I. Economic and Social Issues and Consequences of China's Joining the WTO / Y. I. Malevich, I. V. Volynets // Belarusian Journal of International Law and International Relations. — 2003. — № 3. — P. 75—80.
  14. Malevich, Y. I. History of International Relations: in 4 parts. Part 1 / Y. I. Malevich [et al.]. — Minsk: BSU, 2004. — 375 p.
  15. Malevich, Y. I. Social and Humanistic Perspective of Human Rights in the World / Y. I. Malevich // Vesti of Belarusian State Pedagogical University. Series 2. — 2004. — № 4. — P. 56—58.
  16. Malevich, Y. I. Human Rights in the Global World / Y. I. Malevich. — M.: AST, 2004. — 368 p.
  17. Malevich, Y. I. Evolution of Conceptual Approach to Human Rights in the Context of Globalization: author's abstract in candidacy for Doctoral degreee (Political Science) / Y. I. Malevich. — Minsk, 2005. — 36 p.
  18. Malevich, Y. I. Social and Humanistic Aspect of American-Chinese Relations in 1990s / Y. I. Malevich // Vestnik of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. — 2006. — № 4. — P. 113—115.
  19. Malevich, Y. I. Human Rights in Confucian Treatment / Y. I. Malevich // Ways of the Celestial Empire: Collection of Scientific Works. Ed. 1. P. 2. — Minsk: BSU, 2006. — P. 67—75.
  20. Malevich, Y. I. Political Strategy of Chinese National Development / Y. I. Malevich // Belarus — China: Collection of Scientific Works. Ed. 2. — Minsk: BSU, 2008. — P. 67—73.
  21. Malevich, Y. I. Current Issues of Foreign Policy: Asia Pacific Region / Y. I. Malevich: manual for students and  Master's Degree Students. — Minsk: CIT BSU, 2009. — 22 p.
  22. Malevich, Y. I. Problems of foreign policy of China: manual for Students and  Master's Degree Students: in 2 p. P. 1 / Y. I. Malevich. — Minsk: CIT BSU, 2009. — 78 p.
  23. Malevich, Y. I. Problems of foreign policy of China: manual for Students and  Master's Degree Students: in 2 p. P. 2 / Y. I. Malevich. — Minsk: CIT BSU, 2009. — 92 p.
  24. Malevich, Y. I. Main Peculiarities of Human Rights in South-Eastern Asia / Y. I. Malevich // Belarus — China: Collection of Scientific Works. Ed. 4. — Minsk: BSU, 2009. — P. 44—48.
  25. Malevich, Y. I. Traditions, Legal Dynamics and Paradigm of Confucianism in the Concept of Humanity Development / Y. I. Malevich // Belarus — China: collection of scientific works. Ed. 4. — Minsk: BSU, 2009. — P. 48—62.
  26. Malevich, Y. I. Political Mechanisms of Stabilization of the Growth of Potential of the PRC in the Present-day Conditions / Y. I. Malevich // Journal of International Law and International Relations. — 2009. — № 4. — P. 64—67.
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