Alexey Fenenko is an associate professor at the Faculty of World Politics of the Moscow State University. Previously, he was a leading researcher at the Institute of International Security Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (2004-2013), a project coordinator at the Academic Educational Forum on International Relations and a co-editor for ˝International Trends˝ magazine (2004-2011). He has a Doctorate in History (2003).
Alexey Fenenko discusses the real reasons the Kremlin is concerned about Crimea and the consequences for Russia if it deploys armed forces in UkraineRead more
Over the past year, new regional integration projects in Europe and Asia have forced Russia to re-think how it interacts with the nations of the former Soviet UnionRead more
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