Paul A. Goble

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Paul A. Goble (born 1949) is an American analyst, writer and columnist with expertise on Russia.[1] Trained at Miami University (B.A., 1970) and the University of Chicago (M.A., 1973), he is the editor of four volumes on ethnic issues in the former Soviet Union and has published more than 150 articles on ethnic and nationality questions. Goble served as special adviser on Soviet nationality issues and Baltic affairs to Secretary of State James Baker.

He currently teaches a course on "Islam and Geopolitics in Eurasia" as an adjunct professor at the Institute of World Politics.[2]



Paul Goble has been decorated with these state awards for his role in promoting the recovery of Baltic independence:

Published works[edit]

  • "Russia and Its Neighbors", Foreign Policy, No. 90 (Spring, 1993), Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • "Forget the Soviet Union", Foreign Policy, No. 86 (Spring, 1992), Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • "Chechnya and Its Consequences", Post-Soviet Affairs, 1995
  • "Russia as a Failed State: Difficulties and Foreign Challenges", Baltic Defense Review, 2004


  1. ^ Kelley, Jack (23 December 1994). "Yeltsin puts political life in jeopardy". USA Today. Retrieved 3 September 2009.
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