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Matvey Lomonosov

Biography

Matvey Lomonosov is a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology and a course instructor at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. After receiving his BA degree in Eastern European History at Perm State University, he earned an MA in International Relations at the University of Tirana (Albania) and an MA in Nationalism Studies at Central European University (Budapest, Hungary). For more than a decade he has researched various topics in nationalism and political sociology of the Balkans. His academic articles have been published in different languages in Russia, Poland, the UK and Balkan countries.

22.10.2016

What elections in Montenegro mean for Russia

What elections in Montenegro mean for Russia

Recent parliamentary elections in Montenegro hold an unclear future for the country. Russia’s role in this future is also under question

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22.05.2016

If Montenegro joins NATO, get ready for a firm Russian response

If Montenegro joins NATO, get ready for a firm Russian response

Far from improving the security environment in Europe, Montenegro’s joining of NATO may actually add to Russian fears of unrestrained NATO expansion eastward

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