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Jun 30 2016

Workshop on Citizen Preferences, Political Mobilization, Institutional Change, and Regime Stability in Russia and Ukraine

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On June 10 2016, Tomila Lankina organised a workshop on Citizen Preferences, Political Mobilization, Institutional Change, and Regime Stability in Russia and Ukraine.  The workshop received generous funding from the British Academy (Mid-Career Fellowship awarded to Tomila Lankina), the LSE … Continue reading

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Apr 16 2014

Tomila Lankina: What Putin gets about soft power

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Tomila Lankina, associate professor in International Relations, and PhD student Kinga Niemczyk, co-wrote a guest blogpost for the Washington Post political blogs forum ‘The Monkey Cage’ on 15 April 2014 in which they talk about Russia’s hard and soft power. … Continue reading

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Mar 11 2014

Tomila Lankina: Why Crimea Might Be Worse Off Under Russian Rule

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Tomila Lankina, associate professor in International Relations, wrote a guest blogpost for the Washington Post political blogs forum ‘The Monkey Cage’ on 9 March 2014 in which she talks about why Crimea might be worse off under Russian rule. You … Continue reading

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Dec 17 2013

Tomila Lankina: interview on the Ukrainian situation

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Tomila Lankina, associate professor in International Relations, recently gave an interview on the Ukrainian situation to CNBC in which she says that by leaving for a scheduled trip to China, the Ukrainian president is signalling he feels secure. You can … Continue reading

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Sep 12 2012

Introducing Dr Tomila Lankina

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Dr Tomila Lankina joins the LSE IR Department in September 2012 as Senior Lecturer in International Relations, and she introduces herself here: I am very pleased to join the IR Department as Senior Lecturer in the foreign and security policy … Continue reading

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