Andreas Umland, Ph.D., studied politics and history in Berlin, Oxford, Stanford, and Cambridge. He has been an associate professor at the Department of Political Science of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (NaUKMA) since 2010 and an analyst at the Stockholm Centre for Eastern European Studies (SCEEUS) of the Swedish Institute of International Relations (UI) since 2021.
Articles and Events
The Wagner leader joins a notable group of Kremlin henchmen who have undermined the state’s rationale.
Putin’s annexation of Crimea fundamentally changed Russian domestic law—and burned all the bridges that could lead to a Ukraine-Russia peace deal.
As defense ministers meet in Germany to tussle over tanks, policymakers must know: Ukrainian victory will be a crucial defeat for Russian revanchism. The alternatives are bleak.
Russia's war on Ukraine is undergirded by pseudo-intellectual academics espousing pro-Kremlin ideas and a radical rejection of today's liberal world.