Fyodor Lukyanov

is editor-in-chief of Russia in Global Affairs and was a Fellow at the IWM under the Russia in Global Dialogue Program in August 2012.


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Under cover

The emergence of Russia's new foreign policy

That Russia will never be a superpower as the USSR once was leaves it searching for a new international identity. Fyodor Lukyanov argues that Moscow’s policy today is a skilful imitation of striving for global status, intended to conceal the narrowing of the sphere of its immediate interests.

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