Andrey Zagorski

Zagorski Andrey

Prof. Andrei Zagorski is Head of Department at the Evgeniy Primakov National Research Institute of Word Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Russian Academy of Sciences, and Professor at the Department of IR History of the MGIMO University. He is a member of the Russian International Affairs Council; Steering Committee of the OSCE Network of Think Tanks and Academic Institutions.
Previously, he has served as Vice-Rector of the MGIMO University; Senior Vice President of the EastWest Institute, Faculty Member of the Geneva Center for Security Policy and Deputy Director of the Institute for Applied International Research, Moscow.
His areas of expertise include: European security, post-Soviet studies, arms control, Arctic studies, applied policy analysis. His recent publications include, inter alia:

  • Russia—EU Relations at a Crossroads. Common and spanergent Interests, Moscow: RIAC, 2016;
  • “Russia’s Arctic governance policies”, // The New Arctic Governance / L.Jacobson, N.Melvin (eds): SIPRI, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, pp. 76–110;
  • Russia and East Central Europe After the Cold War: A Fundamentally Transformed Relationship / A. Zagorski (ed.), Prague: Human Rights Publishers, 2015.

Contemporary International Relations

History of International Relations