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More than 40 articles on current issues in Russian politics published in newspapers of Moscow, St.Petersburg and Saratov; more than 20 analytical reviews has been published in ‘Politicheskii monitoring’ (monthly analytical review of the Institute for Humanities and Political Studies).

In 1999-2000 – observer of “Russia Election Watch” monthly bulletin (J.F.Kennedy School of Government. Harvard University)
Book Reviews (14)
D.Lane, Elites and Classes in the Transformation of State Socialism / R.Rose, W.Mishler, W.Munro, Popular Support for an Undemocratic Regime: The Changing Views of Russians. Perspectives on Politics, 2013, vol.11, N1, P.333-335.

L.Holmes, Grand Theater: Regional Governance in Stalin’s Russia, 1934-1941, Journal of Cold War Studies, 2012, vol.14, N4, P.253-255.

H.Wydra, Communism and the Emergence of Democracy. Perspectives on Politics, 2008, vol.6, N4, P.860-861.

J.Ostrow, G.Satarov, I.Khakamada, The Consolidation of Dictatorship in Russia. Russian Review, 2008, vol.67, N3, P.542-543.

K.Stoner-Weiss. Resisting the State: Reform and Retrenchment in Post-Soviet Russia. International Affairs, 2007, vol.83, N4, P.814-815.

S.Patrushev (ed.) Institutsional’naya politologiya (‘Institutional Political Science’). Pro et Contra, 2007, vol.11, N1, P.118-121.

T.Carothers. Confronting the Weakest Link: Aiding Political Parties in New Democracies. Pro et Contra, 2006, vol.10, N5-6, P.114-118.

R.Sakwa. Putin: Russia’s Choice. Democratization, 2004, vol.11, N5, P.228-230.

R.Krickus. The Kaliningrad Question. Russian Review, 2003, vol.62, N1, P.186.

J.Kornai, S.Haggard, R.Kaufman (eds.). Reforming the State: Fiscal and Welfare Reform in Post-Socialist Countries. Political Studies, 2001, vol.49, N5, P.1060-1061.

T.Colton. Transitional Citizens: Votes and What Influences Them in Post-Soviet Russia. Pro et Contra, 2000, vol.5, N4, P.260-263.

D.Treisman. After the Deluge: Regional Crises and Political Consolidation in Russia. Europe-Asia Studies, 2000, vol.52, N6, P.1165-1167.

E.Huskey. Presidential Power in Russia. Pro et Contra, 1999, vol.4, N3, P.200-203.

J.Linz, A.Stepan. Problems of Democratic Transition and Consolidation Pro et Contra, 1997, Vol.2, N2, P.164-166.


Major conference papers
10/2006, Abramtsevo – workshop, “Territory of the Future” Foundation, paper “Out of the Frying Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire? Post-Soviet Regime Changes in Comparative Perspective”

08/2006, Philadelphia (USA) – 102th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, paper “From Feckless Pluralism to Dominant Power Politics? The Transformation of Russia’s Party System”.

07/2005, Berlin – VII World Congress for Central and East European Studies, paper "Fuzzy Legality and Arbitrary Rule in Russia: The Case of Electoral Governance".

07/2005, Coventry – workshop “Globalizing Party-Based Democracy” (University of Warwick, Great Britain), paper “From Feckless Pluralism to Dominant Power Politics: Lessons from the Transformation of Russia’s Party System”.

06/2005, Balestrand (Norway) – conference “Changing Patterns of Elite Rule in Western Democracies” (Institute for Social Research and IPSA RC-2), paper “Shifting Elite Structure and the Extinction of Political Opposition in Russia”

02/2005, Washington, D.C. – policy conference “Program on New Approaches to Russian Security” (Center for Strategic and International Studies), paper “The Extinction of Political Opposition in Russia”.

12/2004, Moscow – conference of Russian Political Science Association, paper “Political Opposition in Russia: A Dying Species?”

05/2004, Dead Sea (Israel) – Hurst Seminar on Reform and Democracy in Local Government of Countries in Transformation” (Ben Gurion University), paper “ The Politics of Local Government Reform in Russia: From Decentralization to Recentralization”

04/2004, Seoul – conference “Ten Years of the Russian Transition” (Seoul National University), paper “The Politics of Local Government in Russia: From Decentralization to Recentralization”

02/2004, Toronto – conference “The Russian Federation 12 Years On: Moving beyond Transitology” (University of Toronto), paper “Russian Politics after Regime Change: Towards Theory-Building”

12/2003, Washington, D.C.

Toronto - Kanadaning sharqiy qismidagi shahar. Ontario provinsiyasining maʼmuriy markazi. Axoliyey 2,4 mln. kishi (2001, shahar atrofi bilan 4,6 mln. kishi). Transport yoʻllari tuguni. Ontario koʻli sohilidagi port, okean kemalari ham kira oladi.
– policy conference “Program on New Approaches to Russian Security” (Center for Strategic and International Studies), paper “Free but Unfair? Problems of Electoral Governance in Russia”.

05/2003, Florence (Italy) – conference “Strengthening States, Consolidating Democracies: An Agenda for State Reform in Eastern Europe” (European University Institute), paper “(Un) Rule of Law in the Making: The Politics of Informal Institution-Building in Contemporary Russia”

04/2003, Moscow – Third All-Russian Congress of Political Scientists, paper "The Politics of Institution-Building in Contemporary Russia: Interests, Ideologies, Information, and Changes”

04/2003, Moscow – academic conference “Program on New Approaches to Russian Security” (Center for Strategic and International Studies), paper “Center and Regional Identities in Russia: A Framework for Analysis”

05/2002, Dundee (Scotland) – conference “Russian Politics under Putin” (University of Dundee), paper “The 1999-2000 General Elections and the End of Transition in Russia”.

General (lot. generalis - umumiy, bosh) - qurolli kuchlardagi harbiy unvon (daraja). Dastlab, 16-a.da Fransiyada joriy qilingan. Rossiyada 17-a.ning 2-yarmidan maʼlum. Oʻzbekiston qurolli kuchlarida G.

04/2002, Uppsala (Sweden) – conference “Democracy in Russia ” (University of Uppsala), paper “Politics Beyond the Garden Ring: Rethinking Post-Soviet Experience”.

03/2002, Kazan, 10/2002, St.Petersburg – project seminars “Official and Vernacular Identifications” (American Council of Learned Societies), paper “Regional Elites and Strategies of Political Identities” (with E.Popova)

11/2001, Helsinki – seminar “Dimensions of Russian Regionalism” (Finnish Center for Russian and East European Studies), paper “Politics Beyond the Garden Ring: What Might We Learn From Studies of Russia’s Regionalism”

11/2001, London – conference “Ten Years Since the Soviet Union” (School of Slavonic and East European Studies), paper “Politics Beyond the Garden Ring: Rethinking Post-Soviet Experience”.

05/2001, Nizhnii Novgorod – academic conference “Program on New Approaches to Russian Security” (Council on Foreign Relations and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), paper “Encounter with Iceberg: Concept Formation and Misformation in Studies of Russian Politics”.

04/2001, Grenoble (France) – 29 Joint Session of Workshops, European Consortium for Political Research, paper “Post-Soviet Transitions and Democratization: Toward a Theory-Building”.

01/2001, Moscow – conference “Where Russia Going On?” (Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences), paper “In Search of Autonomy: Local Government Reform in Russian Cities”

12/2000, Ann Arbor (USA) – conference “Democratization in Post-Authoritarian Societies: Ten Years After the Collapse of the Soviet Union” (University of Michigan), paper “Post-Soviet Transitions and Democratization: Toward a Theory-Building”.

12/2000, Washington, D.C. – policy conference “Program on New Approaches to Russian Security” (Council on Foreign Relations and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), paper “The Dictatorship of Law in Russia: Neither Dictatorship Nor Rule of Law”.

11/2000, Paris – seminar, Center for International Studies, Institute of Political Science, paper “In Search of Autonomy: Local Power Reform in Russian Cities”.

07/2000, Tampere (Finland) – VI World Congress for Central and East European Studies, paper "Regime Transition and Prospects for Democratization: Russia's Regions in a Comparative Perspective".

04/2000, Moscow – Second All-Russian Congress of Political Scientists, paper "Post-Soviet Regime Transitions: Toward a Theory-Building"

01/2000, Cambridge, MA (USA) – academic conference “Program on New Approaches to Russian Security” (Harvard University), paper “Post-Soviet Politics and Democratization: Toward a Theory-Building”.

11/1999, St.Louis (USA) – 31st National Convention of American Association for Advancement of Slavic Studies, paper “Making and Breaking Democratic Transitions: The Comparative Politics of Russia’s Regions”.

11/1999, Washington, DC – policy conference “Program on New Approaches to Russian Security” (Harvard University and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), paper “The Eve of Electoral Threshold: New Challenges in Russian Politics”.

09/1999, Ljubljana (Slovenia) – international conference “Comparative Study of Elite Integration in CEE and West European Countries” (University of Ljubljana), paper “Elite Research in Russia: Issues and Alternatives” (with I.Tarusina).

09/1999, Nida (Lithuania) – workshop “Transformation and Globalization” (Osteuropa-Institut, Free University of Berlin), paper “Local Actors’ Autonomy, Cleavage Structure, Institutional Changes and Regime Transition in Russia: Cross-Regional Perspective”.

06/1999, St.Petersburg – conference “Elections in Russia: federal and regional aspects” (St.Petersburg Center “Strategy”), paper “Founding Elections in a Context of Russia’s Transition”.

05/1999, Cologne (Germany) – workshop ‘Shaping the Economic Space in Russia: Decision Making Processes, Institutions and Adjustment to Change” (Federal Institute for Eastern European and International Studies), paper “Regime Transition, Outcome of Uncertainty and Prospects for Democratization: The Politics of Russia’s Regions in a Comparative Perspective”

02/1999, Samara – conference “Developments in Political Sciences in Russian Universities” (Russian Political Science Association and “Polis” journal), paper “Regime Transition in Russia: Comparative Regional Perspective”.

Samara (1936-91-yillarda Kuybishev "Куйбышев") - Samara (rus. Самара) Rossiya Federatsiyasidagi shahar, Samara viloyati markazi. Volga daryosining chap sohilidagi port shahar. Volgaga Samara daryosi quyilgan joyda joylashgan.

01/1999, Moscow – conference “Where Russia Going On?” (Inter-Center) paper ”Regime Transition in Russia: Comparative Regional Perspective”.

11/1998, Moscow – conference “Perestroika and After” (International Institute for Humanities and Political Studies), paper “Regime Transition in Russia's Regions: A Comparative Analysis”.

09/1998, St.Petersburg – seminar “Regional Elites in Russia and CIS” (Moscow Public Science Foundation and Open Society Institute), paper “Regime Transition in Russia's Regions: A Comparative Analysis”.

07/1998, Barnaul – seminar “Civil Society in Russia” (Altai School of Political Studies), paper “Regime Transition in Russia’s Regions: A Comparative Analysis”.

06/1998, Samara – Research Seminar “Political Culture of Regions” (Samara State University, Department of Sociology and Political Science), paper “Regime Transition in Russia's Regions: A Comparative Analysis”.

01/1998, 05/1998, 01/1999, Washington, DC, and Moscow – “Regional Russia” workshop series (Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies), papers “Democratization in Russia’s regions”.

12/1997, Berlin – Third Berlin Conference “Elections and Democratic Consolidation: East European Research Networks” (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Sozialforschung), paper “Understanding Russian Elections: In Search of Paradigms”.

11/1997, Samara – Research Seminar “Evolution of Political Orientations in Post-Communist Countries” (Samara State University, Department of Sociology and Political Science), paper “Alternatives of Party System Development in Russia: By-polarization, Pluralism or “Party of Power”?”

10/1997, Helsinki – Finnish-Russian Seminar “Russian Economics in Transition” (Finnish-Russian Commission on Cooperation), paper “Current Political Situation in Russia”.

09/1997, Nizhnii Novgorod – 1 Russian Congress of Comparative Studies of Regional Politics (Nizhnii Novgorod Research Foundation), paper “Comparative Study of Regional Political Regimes in Russia”.

06/1997, St.Petersburg – simposium “Social and Political Orientations of St.Petersburg's Elite” (St.Petersburg Scientific Center of RAS and Freidrich Ebert Stiftung), paper “The Consolidation of Regional Elites and Local Democracy: The Case of St.Petersburg”.

06/1997, Perm – workshop “Local Government: Forms and Values, Politics and Practices” (Friedrich Naumann Foundation and International Institute for Humanities and Political Studies), paper “Federal Policy toward Local Government”

06/1997, Pushkin – workshop “Local Government in Post-Communist Countries: Baltic Region and Russia” (St.Petersburg Center “Strategy”), paper “Federal Politics and Local Government in Russia: A Critical Review”

02/1997, Moscow – workshop “Understanding of Regional Patterns of Economic Changes in Russia” (University of Birmingham, Great Britain), paper “Regional Profile: St.Petersburg and Leningradsksaya oblast'”

01/1997, Coventry – workshop “Funding Democratization” (University of Warwick, Great Britain), paper “Iceberg of Russian Political Finance”.

10/1996, Berlin – workshop "German-Russian Monitoring of transformation of Russian social sciences" (Gesellschaft fuer Sozialwissenschaftlishe und Publizistik), paper “Regional political studies in Russia: from public interest – to scientific discipline?” (co-author S.Ryzhenkov).

09/1996, Pskov – workshop “Russian Federalism: State-Legal Aspect” (Friedrich Naumann Foundation and International Institute for Humanities and Political Studies (Pskov)), paper “Legislative politics on federal issues in Russia”.

06/1996, Colchester (UK) – conference “Regional and inter-regional development in transitional societies: economical, political, legal and security dimensions” (University of Essex), paper “Shaping political order: the regional politics in Russia in post-communist period”.

04/1996, Frankfurt am Main – conference “Post-communism in Eastern Europe” (Hesse Landes Center for Political Education), paper “Communists in power: CPRF and their representatives in federal and regional legislative and executive institutions”.

01/1996, Novgorod – workshop "Studies on new elites and political institution at the CIS" (Russian Scientific Foundation), paper “Experience of alternative politics: democratic opposition in post-Soviet Russia (the “Yabloko” case).

10/1995, Berlin – workshop "German-Russian Monitoring of transformation of Russian social sciences" (Max Planck Society), paper “The formation of studies of political parties in Russian political science 1988-1995” (co-author D.Torkhov).

09/1995, Nizhnii Novgorod – workshop "Regional elites in contemporary Russia: dynamics and trends" (Nizhnii Novgorod Research Foundation), paper “Regional elite in struggle for power: the case of Sverdlovsk oblast' governor’s elections”

06/1995, Nizhnii Novgorod – American-Russian Education in Social Sciences (summer school), paper “Democraticheskaya oppozitsiia v postkommunisticheskoi Rossii”

04/1995, Bordeaux – 23rd Joint Session of Workshops, European Consortium for Political Research, paper "Russian electoral reform: institutional changes and voter’s behavior"

04/1995, York – 43rd Annual Conference, United Kingdom Political Studies Association, paper “Political reform in Russian provinces: trends since October 1993”

03/1994, Tallinn – workshop "Public Administration and the Transformation processes" (European Forum for Solidarity and Democracy), paper “Russian Center and local power under political reform: dynamics and trends”.

09/1993, Bonn – simposium "Regionalization in Russia" (German-Russian Forum), paper “Russian Center and local power under political reform”.


Policy-oriented works
1997 – Report “On state of human rights in St.Petersburg” (St.Petersburg “Strategy” Center), chapter “Electoral rights of citizens in St.Petersburg”.

1997 – draft of federal law “On order of termination of rule of the President of Russian Federation” (member of working group, legislative initiative by Y.Nesterov)

1997 – draft of federal law “On status of the President of Russian Federation” (member of working group, legislative initiative by Y.Nesterov)

1996 – draft of federal law “On amendments on federal law “On basic guarantees of the electoral rights of citizens of the Russian Federation”, amendments (member of working group, legislative initiative by A.Shishlov)

1996 – draft of federal law “On rights of citizens of Russian Federation to elect and to be elected to organs of local government in Russian Federation”, amendments (member of working group, legislative initiative by S.Mitrokhin and S.Popov)

1995 – draft of federal law “On general principles of the organization of system of local government in Russian Federation”, amendments (member of working group, legislative initiative by S.Mitrokhin)

1995 – draft of federal law “On general principles of the organization of system of organs of state power in subject units of the Russian Federation”, amendments (author, legislative initiative by S.Mitrokhin)

1995 – draft of federal constitutional law “On the referendum of Russian Federation” (member of working group, legislative initiative by “Yabloko” faction)

1994 – draft of federal law “On rules of formation of the Central Electoral Commission of the Russian Federation” (co-author S.Popov, legislative initiative by “Yabloko” faction)

1994 – draft of Electoral code of Russian Federation (member of working group, legislative initiative by “Yabloko” faction)

1994 – draft of federal law “On elections of the President of the Russian Federation” (co-author S.Popov, legislative initiative by members of “Yabloko” faction)

1994 – draft of federal law “On basic guarantees of the electoral rights of citizens of the Russian Federation”, amendments (member of working group, legislative initiative by “Yabloko” faction)


Teaching background
2012 – New Economic School, Moscow – BA-level class “Introduction to Politics” (64 hours)

2007 – Eurasian Political Studies Network, Summer School – Moscow classes “Post-Soviet Politics” (10 hours)

2005-2008 – State University – Higher School of Economics, St.Petersburg Branch, Department of Sociology, lectures and seminars course “Introduction to regional politics” (20 hours).

2003-2005 – Eurasian Political Studies Network, Summer Schools – Palanga (Lithuania), St.Petersburg, Yekaterinburg – recurrent classes “Post-Soviet Politics” (10 hours each)

2004-2005 – Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University), Department of Political Science – MA-level class “Post-Soviet Political Regimes” (16 hours)

2003 – University of Texas at Austin, Department of Government – undergraduate and graduate classes “Russian Politics” GOV336M and GOV390L (60 and 28 hours, respectively)

2003, Central European University (Budapest, Hungary), Department of Political Science – MA-level lecture and seminar course “Russian Politics” (48 hours)

Since 2001, European University at St.Petersburg – lecture and seminar course “Methodology and Practice of Social Science Scholarship” (56 hours)

Since 1997, European University at St.Petersburg – lecture and seminar course “Introduction to Regional and Local Government” (28 hours).

Since 1997, European University at St.Petersburg – lecture and seminar course “Contemporary Russian Politics” (56 hours).

1997, University of Tampere (Finland), International Summer School on Social Sciences – lecture course “Russian Politics in Transition” (12 hours, jointly with A.Temkina).

1996, European University at St.Petersburg – lectures course “Introduction to Political Science” (28 hours, jointly with A.Temkina).

1995, Moscow Independent University of Ecology and Politics – lectures and seminars course “Introduction to regional politics” (32 hours, jointly with A.Kuz’min).

1995, Moscow Independent University of Ecology and Politics – lectures course “History of contemporary political organizations in Russia” (18 hours).


Occasional visiting lectures: Miami University at Ohio (2006), University of Notre Dame (2006), George Washington University (2003), University of Michigan (2006, 2009), Harvard University (2002), European University Institute (2010, 2011), Sodertorn University College (2001), Swedish Institute for International Affairs (2001), Sciences Po, Paris (2000, 2005, 2008, 2011), Sciences Po, Bordeaux (2005), University of Texas at Austin (2000, 2003), Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies (1999), Emory University (1999), Stetson University (1999), University of Glasgow (1999), International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam (1999), University of Helsinki (1998, 2007, 2011), Tampere University (1998), University of Juvaskyla (2008), University of Tromso (2006), Free University of Brussels (2008), Free University of Berlin (1996, 1998, 2012), Federal Institute for East European and International Studies, Cologne (1996), University of Bremen (1994, 1997), Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Sozialforschung (1998), Oxford University (1992), Leeds University (1997, 1999), Royal Institute of International Affairs (2008), Utrecht University (1996), Central European University (2003).
Amsterdam Amsterdam - Niderlandiya poy-taxti. Amstel daryosining quyilish yeri-da joylashgan. A. mamlakatning muhim iqtisodiy markazi, aholisi soniga ko‘ra eng katta shahri, yirik dengiz porti (yuk oboroti 20 mln.t. dan ortiq)

Participation in group research projects
2012-2017 – research project “Choices of Russian Modernization” (Academy of Finland), coordinator of research cluster “Authoritarian Market Society as a Challenge”

2004 – research project “Third Electoral Cycle in Russia, 2003-2004: A Political Analysis” (Russian Science Foundation for Humanities), head of the project.

2001-2002 – research project “Official and Vernacular Identifications” (American Council of Learned Societies), co-chair of the working group “Center and Regional Identities in Russia”.

2000-2002 – publication project “German-Russian Bridge” (Gesellschaft fur Sozialwissenschaftlishe und Publizistik, Volkswagen Foundation, Germany), co-director of the Russian project group.

1999-2001 – research project “Conceptualizing Institutional Changes of Local Government in Russia” (INTAS European Program, INTAS 31398-97), co-director of the Russian project group.

1998-2005 – two book projects “Founding Elections in Russia” (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Sozialforschung), co-director of the Russian project group.

1998 – project “Regional policy addressed federal asymmetry in Russia” (TACIS European Program), expert.

1997-1999 – research project “Russia of Regions” (Gesellschaft fur Sozialwissenschaftlishe und Publizistik, Volkswagen Foundation, Germany), co-director of the Russian project group.

1997-1999 – research project “Transformation of regional political regimes in contemporary Russia” (Russian Scientific Foundation for Humanities), head of the project.

1997-1998 – research project “Transformation of regional political regimes in contemporary Russia: comparative analysis” (Moscow Public Science Foundation), head of the project.

1996-1998 – research project “Understanding of regional patterns of changes in Russia” (Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham, Great Britain), research expert.

1995-1996 – research project "German-Russian Monitoring of transformation of Russian Social Sciences" (Gesellschaft fur Sozialwissenschaftlishe und Publizistik, Germany), researcher (sub-projects “Studies of political parties in contemporary Russia”, “Studies in regional politics in Russia”), research expert.

1994-1995 – research project "Post-USSR: regions, elites, society" (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Germany), research expert.

1992-1995 – research project "Political monitoring" (Institute for Humanities and Political Studies, Moscow), director (1993-1995) and senior scientific expert.

1994-1995 – research project "Social protest in St.Petersburg" (St.Petersburg branch Institute of Sociology RAS), research expert.
Educational projects
2004-2007 – project “Understanding European Governance in North-Western Regions of Russia” (TEMPUS European Program, CD-JEP-24158-2003), coordinator of Russian project group.

1999-2002 – project “Regionalism and Federalism in European Studies” (TEMPUS European Program), coordinator of Russian project group.

1998-2000 – project “Development of Department of Sociology, Politics and Government of Samara State University” (Open Society Institute, N810), coordinator of project group.
Individual grants
09/1997 – 05/1998 – Open Society Institute, Budapest. HESP/RSS Course Development Grant, Project “Russian Politics in Transition”.

07/1994 – 12/1995 – Central European University (Research Support Scheme) and Moscow branch of Russian Scientific Foundation (program “Russian social sciences; new prospects”). Project “Democratic opposition in post-Communist Russia”.


Fellowships and Awards
09/2012 – Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, Finland Distinguished Professorship (funded by the Academy of Finland)

01/2006 – 05/2006 – Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame, visiting research fellowship.

02/2002 – Russian Political Science Association award for the best scholarly work in Russian political science published in 2000-2001 (for book “Rossiia regionov: transformatsiya politicheskikh rezhimov”).

09/1999 – 02/2000 – Davis Center for Russian Studies, Harvard University (6-month research fellowship supported by Fulbright program).

05/1999 – Second Annual Europe-Asia Lecture competition (Institute of Russian and East European Studies, University of Glasgow), winner.

12/1998 – Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Sozialforschung (1-month research fellowship).

11/1998 – University of Helsinki (1-month research fellowship supported by KOHE Foundation).

09/1996 – 12/1996 – University of Essex (3-month research fellowship supported by Ford Foundation)

04/1992 – 06/1992 – Oxford University (2-month research fellowship supported by Soros Foundation)
Current research interests: contemporary Russian and post-Soviet politics in theoretical and comparative perspective (political regimes and institutions, political parties and electoral politics, federalism, regional and local government).
Language skills: English (writing – fair, reading and speaking – good)
Academic references
Dr. Timothy J. Colton, Professor and Chair, Department of Government, Harvard University, 1737, Cambridge Street, Cambridge MA 02138 USA.

Dr. John Higley, Professor, Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin, Burdine Hall 536, Austin TX 78712 USA.



Dr. Oleg Kharkhordin, Professor and Rector, European University at St.Petersburg, 3, Gagarinskaia ul., 191187, St.Petersburg, Russia.
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