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Alexander Titov

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Alexander Titov is a lecturer in Modern European History at Queen's University Belfast. He specializes in the politics and foreign policy of postwar USSR and contemporary Russia. He holds a Ph.D. in History from University College London, UK.

16.11.2016

Donald Trump and the cyclical nature of US-Russian relations

Donald Trump and the cyclical nature of US-Russian relations

If history continues to repeat itself, a possible honeymoon period in U.S.-Russia relations at the start of Donald Trump’s presidency could turn into a new crisis by the end of it

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22.09.2016

Is a European Army coming soon? Don't bet on it

Is a European Army coming soon? Don't bet on it

Brexit has opened the door for a new European defense union led by France and Germany. However, even between these two nations, there is very little agreement on what a European Army should be

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24.06.2016

The Brexit: What have they done?

The Brexit: What have they done?

Britain's decision to leave the EU is a shocking blow to the post-WWII Western political order, and the most striking sign yet of dissatisfaction with the paradigm of liberal globalization

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