By Marlene Laruelle
Dr. Marlene Laruelle is affiliate Director of the Institute for eu, Russian, and Eurasian stories (IERES) and learn Professor of foreign Affairs on the Elliott institution of foreign Affairs, The George Washington college. She formerly was once a vacationing student on the Woodrow Wilson overseas middle for students (2005–2006). She holds a Ph.D. from the nationwide Institute for Oriental Languages and Cultures in Paris. She has authored various books, together with Russian Eurasianism: An Ideology of Empire (Johns Hopkins college Press, 2008), In the identify of the country: Nationalism and Politics in modern Russia (Palgrave, 2009), and Russia’s concepts within the Arctic and the way forward for the a ways North (M.E. Sharpe, 2013). She lately edited Eurasianism and the ecu a ways correct. Reshaping the Russia-Europe relationship (Lexington, 2015). She is a co-PI on numerous NSF delivers dedicated to Arctic city Sustainability.
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