Deputy editor-in-chief of Russia's top analytical weekly Kommersant-Vlast. He is also the member of Russia's Foreign and Defense Policy Council. Mr. Gabuev joined Kommersant in 2003, when he served as Chinese correspondent while on a year-long study course at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou. Following his return to Moscow, he joined Kommersant as a staff writer and continued his research at the Institute of Asian and African Studies (IAAS), Moscow State University, on the rise of Chinese nationalism. He holds a BA and MA in Chinese history from Moscow State University.
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