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Timofey Bordachev

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Associate professor in the Department of International Affairs, Higher School of Economics. He is also Director of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CCEIS) and a member of the Valdai Discussion Club. He is the deputy chief editor of the journal “Russia in Global Affairs” and director of studies at the Council of Foreign and Defense Policy (SVOP). Timofey V. Bordachev has a Ph.D. from St. Petersburg State University and an M.A. in European Politics & Administration from the College of Europe, Bruges.

07.03.2016

Churchill's famous Fulton speech, 70 years later

Churchill's famous Fulton speech, 70 years later

Today’s state of international affairs can hardly be compared to the era of the Cold War, when the Soviet Union posed an existential threat to the West and Churchill warned of a “shadow hanging over Europe”

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23.09.2013

What the Russian elite really discussed in Valdai

What the Russian elite really discussed in Valdai

Behind the scenes, participants attending the 10th anniversary meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club analyzed the Syrian crisis and the Eurasian integration of former Soviet states

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