Biography: In 1998-2004 Anton Averyanov studied at the Historical Faculty of Southern Federal University. In 2004-2007 he went to postgraduate school of SFU. In 2007 he defended his dissertation.
Subject of dissertation: The national question in the doctrine and political practice of Russian conservatism in the late XIX – early XX centuries.
Areas of expertise: history of Russian conservatism; socio-political processes in modern Georgia; ethno-political and geopolitical processes in the North and South Caucasus.
- The national question in Russia in the doctrines of right-wing parties of the early XX century: to the problem statement // News of higher educational institutions. North-Caucasian region. Social Sciences. Rostov-on-Don, 2007. No 4.
- National Doctrine of Russian conservatism in the late XIX – early XX centuries: to the problem statement // Russian and foreign history: social, economic and political problems of society and state: The researchers note. Issue VIII. Part II. Pyatigorsk 2007.
- Outskirts policy doctrine of Russian conservatism in the late XIX – early XX centuries. // The scientific thought of the Caucasus. North-Caucasus scientific center of high school. Rostov-on-Don, 2009. No 4.
- Russian conservatives about the Caucasus // The collection of materials and reports of the Second International Scientific and Practical Conference “The Caucasus is our common home” (September 23-24, 2010, Rostov-on-Don). Rostov-on-Don, 2010.
- Security threats in the North Caucasus at the beginning of the XXI century: the aspect of domestic and foreign policy // The collection of materials and reports of the International Scientific Conference (24-25 September 2012, Rostov-on-Don). Rostov-on-Don, 2012.
- Turkey returns Adjara under its control // Electronic publication “Strategic Culture Foundation”, 17.09.2012
- Ivanishvili did not intend to abandon the guidelines of Saakashvili’s policy // Electronic publication “Strategic Culture Foundation”, 11.10.2012
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