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Mark Galeotti
Senior Non-Resident Fellow, Institute of International Relations Prague, analyst of murky topics from Russian politics to global crime. Not American, by the way
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Timothy Frye 24h
A number of post-doc opportunities at our institute at the Higher School of Economics. Not just for for Russianists. Deadline 2/15.
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Mark Galeotti Jan 16
2/2: And then, next Wednesday, I'll be in to talk about under 'late Putinism' with the Center for Security and Strategic Research:
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Mark Galeotti Jan 16
1/2: I'll be talking about 's gangsters and the state in on Monday:
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Mark Galeotti Jan 15
Well, what prime minister doesn't want to make history?
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BASEES Jan 14
We are happy to announce that the programme for the BASEES 2019 conference, held at Robinson College (University of Cambridge) from 12-14 April 2019, has been published. It promises to be another fascinating conference. See you in Cambridge!
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Mark Galeotti Jan 15
Replying to @LisaShymko
Though no one is saying dirty oligarchs shouldn't be pursued, just that this should not be at the expense of going after domestic gangsters
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Mark Galeotti Jan 15
Replying to @CasMudde
No, just chilly!
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Mark Galeotti Jan 15
Oslo in the morning is brisk but scenic
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Jonathan Eyal Jan 13
Do read this thread. About how unhelpful loose talk about a 'European army' can become
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Mark Galeotti Jan 13
He did. But, context wasn't "because the USSR was fab" but because it left ethnic Russians scattered in new countries. Now, one can debate how bad that was (I'm sure many, eg in EST, are really q happy), but it's not proof, as some say, he wants to reconstitute the SU...
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Mark Galeotti Jan 12
Replying to @ChristopherJM
I think Vasilienko was severely lacking in krysha. No one much missed Voronenkov, but the way it was done and Vasilienko's subsequent high profile won him neither style points nor friends
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Mark Galeotti Jan 12
Replying to @greatistheworld
Interesting, I suppose such a work (I don’t know of one) would be a mirror to Hobsbawm's 'Social Bandits'...
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Daniel Sandford Jan 12
This could have been written better...I am sure they are not really standing for child abuse, homelessness and people starving
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Mark Urban Jan 11
Is this public order training part of the preparations for a possible No Deal Brexit?
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ISS_RUSI Jan 12
Delighted that prominent Russia expert has joined us as a Senior Associate Fellow!
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Mark Galeotti Jan 11
Unexplained Strategy: Putting Unexplained Wealth Orders to Work Why eye-catching moves against "McMafia" kleptocrats ought not to be at the expense of targeting less rich/more immed harmful organised crime figures -
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Robyn Drury Jan 11
I'm delighted to be publishing 's powerful primer on Putin in February - do join us at to learn more!
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Mark Galeotti Jan 11
I'm delighted and honoured to be joining the pre-eminent security thinktank as a Senior Associate Fellow
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Alec Luhn Jan 10
. calls into doubt the official explanation the 3 Russian journalists investigating Wagner mercenaries in CAR were killed in a robbery. A CAR gendarme was following them & calling Russians linked to Wagner boss Prigozhin, phone records show
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Mark Galeotti Jan 9
Honestly, it's tempting, even if I'd have to invest in a chaise longue...
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