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Matthew Dal Santo

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Matthew Dal Santo is a Danish Research Council post-doctoral fellow at the Saxo Institute, University of Copenhagen, where he is leading a project on history and identity in modern Russia. He previously worked for the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and is a former fellow of Trinity College in Cambridge. He has written for several media outlets, including The National Interest in Washington, D.C., The Interpreter in Sydney, and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). Follow him on Twitter at @MatthewDalSant1.

27.11.2015

What the West can learn from Francois Hollande's visit to Russia

What the West can learn from Francois Hollande's visit to Russia

The French leader’s visit to Moscow is important because it embodies the kind of diplomacy that is required to restore harmony to the West’s relationship with Russia: a pragmatic exchange between equals based on interests not ideology

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16.07.2015

Revealing the post-Soviet identity complex in Transnistria

Revealing the post-Soviet identity complex in Transnistria

RD Interview: Matthew Dal Santo, a Danish Research Council post-doctoral fellow at the University of Copenhagen, met Transnistria’s Deputy Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev in Tiraspol, where they discussed the frozen conflict in Transnistria and post-Soviet Russian identity

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