Michael Gorodiloff is a 2nd year Master student at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London, specializing in "Economy and Business." He is going to spend his 2nd year in Charles University (Prague) as a part of academic exchange in UCL. Since 2013 Michael writes on international affairs and geopolitical topics.
Some blame Vladimir Putin for the murder of opposition campaigner Boris Nemtsov, while others blame Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov. However, the truth is much more complicatedRead more
Beijing and Moscow could retaliate against the West by creating a rare earth metals cartel that would deprive certain industries of critically necessary materialsRead more
On August 10, the U.S. extended economic sanctions against additional Russian officials and companies. It is high time to consider the impact of sanctions on Russia over the past year as well as on other countries throughout historyRead more