Morgane Fert-Malka is a recent graduate of Sciences Po Paris, where she studied International Security with a specialization in Russian Affairs. She currently works for WeBuildEurope.eu, a start-up think tank based in Europe, set up by students and young graduates to analyze the strategic challenges facing the European Union. As an analyst, her main areas of interests include EU-Russia relations, the post-Soviet space and international relations in the Arctic.
Russia Direct sat down with Alexander Skakov from the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, to discuss the implications of the Feb. 20 referendum in the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic for RussiaRead more
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