Polianskii Mikhail
I am PhD Candidate at the University of Frankfurt, and Research Associate at the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)
Two words about me
I am a doctoral researcher at the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt’s Department of International Institutions and a PhD Candidate at the Goethe University Frankfurt. My research focuses on Russian foreign and domestic policy and relations between Russia, the EU, and NATO. I examine the effects of international institutions on the crisis between Russia and the West.

I am also the Co-Chair of one of the largest volunteer-run youth associations in the German-Russian context DRJUG e.V., an alumni association of the Russian-German Youth Parliament.

Former Education
Faculty of International Relations, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), 2017–2019
M.A. in International Relations
Political Science, University of Frankfurt, 2019–2023/24 (expected late 2023/early 2024)
PhD in Political Science
B.A. in International Relations
Faculty of International Relations, Voronezh State University, 2013-2017

Some recent publications

Polianskii, Mikhail; Abb, Pascal (2023): With friends like these: the Sino-Russian partnership is based on interests, not ideology, in: Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung

Polianskii, Mikhail (2022): The Perils of Ruxit: Russia's Tension-Ridden Dissociation from the European Security Order, in: Historical Social Research, 47:2, 77–108

Polianskii, Mikhail (2021): Russia’s Dissociation from the Paris Charter-Based Order, in: Russia in Global Affairs, 76:4, 36–58

A full publication record is available at my institutional website.

Other interests, projects and media

E-mail: polianskii@hsfk.de
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