Marlène Laruelle spends much of her time researching Politics, Nationalism, Ideology, Political economy and Law. Her study in Politics focuses on Neopatrimonialism in particular. Marlène Laruelle has researched Nationalism in several fields, including Social science and Patriotism.
Her Ideology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Religious studies and Ancient history. The various areas that Marlène Laruelle examines in her Political economy study include Ukrainian crisis, Narrative and State. Her research in Geopolitics intersects with topics in Economic history, Presupposition, Soviet union, Empire and Greatness.
Politics, Political economy, Nationalism, Central asia and Economy are her primary areas of study. Her Politics study contributes to a more complete understanding of Law. Her Political economy research integrates issues from Elite, Narrative, Sovereignty, State and Legitimacy.
Her Nationalism study combines topics in areas such as Identity, Social science, Opposition and Patriotism. Her Economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Foreign policy and China. She usually deals with China and limits it to topics linked to Geopolitics and Framing and Ancient history.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Political economy, Politics, Arctic, Economic history and Urbanization. Marlène Laruelle interconnects Authoritarianism, Soft power, Geopolitics, Foreign policy and Framing in the investigation of issues within Political economy. Her Geopolitics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Reductio ad absurdum, Strategic communication and International relations.
Her work is connected to Insurgency and Russian nationalism, as a part of Politics. Her study in Economic history is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both CONQUEST, Sovereignty, Meaning, Government and Ambivalence. The Urbanization study which covers Economic geography that intersects with Colonialism and Globalization.
Marlène Laruelle mainly investigates Arctic, Soft power, Foreign policy, Political economy and Urbanization. Economy, Islam, Colonialism and Human Development Report are fields of study that intersect with her Arctic study. Her Soft power study incorporates themes from Environmental ethics, Theme and Public opinion.
Her Foreign policy research is included under the broader classification of Politics. Marlène Laruelle integrates Political economy and 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak in her studies. Urbanization is connected with Earth science, Urban heat island, Polar climate, Ecosystem and Human settlement in her research.
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