Lilia Shevtsova

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Lilia Shevtsova at the 2009 World Economic Forum

Lilia Shevtsova (born 1949 in Lviv, Ukrainian SSR) is a Kremlinology expert and currently serves as a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Biography[edit]

Shevtsova received B.A. and M.A. in history and journalism from Moscow State Institute of International Relations in 1971.[1] She also received Ph.D. in political science from the Academy of Social Sciences of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (the highest educational establishment of the CPSU, which prepared theoretical workers for Party institutions) in 1976.[1] She served as director of the Center for Political Studies in Moscow, and as deputy director of the Moscow Institute of International Economic and Political Studies.[2]

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In the 2008 Top 100 Public Intellectuals Poll she was ranked 36.[3] She writes for Foreign Policy magazine. Her areas of expertise include: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Caspian, Chechnya, Eastern Europe, Georgia, Kosovo, Political reform, Russia, Caucasus, Politics of Russia, and Ukraine.[4]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Lonely Power: Why Russia Has Failed to Become the West and the West is Weary of Russia (2010)
  • Putin's Russia (January 2005)
  • Lonely Superpower: Russia's Uneasy Relationship With the West (June 2010)
  • Russia - Lost in Transition: The Yeltsin and Putin Legacies (November 2007)
  • Russia's Engagement With the West: Transformation And Integration in the Twenty-first Century (June 2005)
  • Yeltsin's Russia: Myths and Reality (May 1999)[5]
  • Political Pluralism in Post-Communist Russia, in: Alexander Dallin (ed.): Political Parties in Russia, International and Area Studies, Research Series No. 88, University of California at Berkeley 1993 ISBN 0-87725-188-6

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