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Filip Tucek

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Filip Tucek specializes on Russia’s role in security of Central and Eastern Europe. He has professional experience from research institutions and the public sector, including Columbia University, RAND Corporation, NATO Parliamentary Assembly and the Parliament of the Czech Republic. Filip holds Master’s Degree in International Security Policy from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). For his security-related work, Columbia awarded him the Dasturdaza Dr. Jal Pavry Memorial Award for International Peace and Understanding. Filip was also a Harriman Junior Fellow, a member of the International Fellows Program, and recipient of the Robert Legvold Fellowship. Filip has published articles and essays on international affairs in print and online media in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Russia.

25.01.2016

The KGB: The spies who protect the Russian bear

The KGB: The spies who protect the Russian bear

With the rise to prominence of Vladimir Putin in 1999, ex-KGB officers have increasingly taken on an expanded role in steering the future of the nation. Should we be concerned?

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