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Nikita Lomagin

Nikita Lomagin is Professor  of World Economy at St. Petersburg State University and Academic Director of ENERPO  at European University at St. Petersburg.  He was Deputy Dean and Associate Professor  at the School of International  Relations at St. Petersburg State University in 1994-98. He graduated from  St. Petersburg State University, Faculty of History (1986), and accomplished his degree in   Law (1997). He obtained his Doctor of Science degree from St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 2005. He has been a research fellow at the University of Michigan Law School, GSPIA (U. of Pittsburgh), the Finnish Institute of International Relations,  the Kennan Institute, and the postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University.  He has published  widely on  Soviet history, contemporary Russian foreign policy and international organization.  He is author of chapters in  volumes such as  Russia. Re-emerging Great Power (2005), Dimensions of Security under Putin (2007),  A Resurgent Russia and the West (2009),  Russia’s Encounter with Globalization (2011),  Russian Foreign Policy in the 21st Century (2011),  Russia and European Security  (2012). He is coauthor of  The  Leningrad Blockade, 1941-1944. A New Documentary History From the Soviet Archives (Yale U. Press, 2012).

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