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Mikhail Troitskiy

Deputy Director, Russia Office

Mikhail Troitskiy joined the Foundation in 2009. He has fifteen years of experience in researching and teaching international politics and managing projects in the nonprofit sector.

In 2003-2009, Mikhail worked at MGIMO University in Moscow as associate professor and deputy dean of the School of Political Affairs. He has held visiting fellowships at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC, as well as at Cambridge and Oxford Universities. In 2000-2009, he was deputy director at the Academic Educational Forum on International Relations, a Moscow-based entity promoting scholarship and training in the field of international relations. Troitskiy has authored and edited several research monographs and published a series of book chapters, articles and papers in both Russian and English. His op-eds and comments have appeared in major international media, including The International New York Times, The Moscow Times, CNN, NPR, and BBC.

 He holds a doctoral degree in international relations from the Institute for the U.S. and Canadian Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Mikhail Troitskiy works on the following MacArthur programs and projects:

International Peace & Security

Human Rights

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“Nuclear Escalation and the ‘Russian World’”

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"Setting Expectations Right"

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