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Five Years After Maidan: Toward a Greater Eurasia?

This report, building on a workshop held at LSE IDEAS in December 2018 and supported by the Horizon 2020 UPTAKE and Global Challenges Research Fund COMPASS projects, brings together some of the UK’s foremost scholars on Russia, the EU and the post-Soviet space to evaluate the challenges and opportunities facing Russia’s 'Greater Eurasia’ foreign policy concept.

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Five Years After Maidan: Toward a Greater Eurasia?

Contributors and editors

Biographies from time of publication

Roy Allison is Professor of Russian and Eurasian International Relations at the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies, and Director of the Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre, St Antony’s College, Oxford.

Derek Averre is Reader in Russian Foreign and Security Policy at the Centre for Russian, European and Eurasian Studies at the University of Birmingham.

Michael Cox is Director of LSE IDEAS and Emeritus Professor of International Relations at the LSE. His most recent books include a 3rd edition of his popular text US Foreign Policy (2018) and a book of his essays, The Post-Cold War World (2019). He is currently working on a history of the LSE.

Rilka Dragneva-Lewers is Professor of International Legal Studies at Birmingham Law School.

Marcin Kaczmarski is a Lecturer at the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow; his research focuses on Russia-China relations and Russia’s foreign policy.

Elena Korosteleva is Professor of International Politics at the University of Kent, Visiting Professor at LSE IDEAS, Principal Investigator of the GCRF COMPASS project and Co-Investigator of the H2020 UPTAKE project.

Natasha Kuhrt is a Lecturer in the Department of War Studies at King’s College, London.

Stephen Paduano is an associate at LSE IDEAS.

Zachary Paikin, a research affiliate with the H2020 UPTAKE and GCRF COMPASS projects, is Assistant Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Kent and Senior Editor at Global Brief magazine.

Moritz Pieper is a Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Salford in Manchester.