We participate in various educational and international networks aimed at research, teaching, international partnerships, mobility of the students and lecturers, and cooperation between universities and society. The Institute has a variety of international partners among universities, research institutions, higher education institutions, and other institutions abroad. The cooperation is based on agreements to foster student and staff mobility and other research and higher education cooperation.

The staff of the Institute is involved in several professional networks, both in the form of institutional and individual membership.

Centre for Geopolitics, University of Cambridge

The Centre for Geopolitics, an interdisciplinary space created by leading academics to consider within their historical contexts the world's most pressing current geopolitical questions. The centre seeks to deepen the study of grand strategy and statecraft at the University of Cambridge, offer innovative opportunities for collaboration with practitioners and deliver impactful engagement with the wider world.

European Consortium for Political Research
European academic association with a mission to advance political science, founded in 1970. The European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) was established by a group of twelve founding European universities as the result of a project led by eminent political scientists Jean Blondel and Stein Rokkan, to…‘break down the barriers between the national traditions of the discipline and create a truly international community of scholars within Europe…’  
PONARS Eurasia
The Program on New Approaches to Research and Security in Eurasia (PONARS Eurasia) is a network of over 140 academics, mainly from North America and post-Soviet Eurasia, advancing new approaches to research on security, politics, economics, and society in Russia and Eurasia. Its core missions are to connect scholarship to policy on and in Russia and Eurasia and to foster a community, especially of mid-career and rising scholars, committed to developing policy-relevant and collaborative research.