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Carmen Claudín

With a master's degree in Philosophy and a postgraduate degree specializing in Russian and Soviet history from the Sorbonne University (Paris I), Claudín has been mainly interested in the domestic and foreign policy of Russia and Ukraine, the conflicts in the post-Soviet space and the reform processes in post-Soviet societies. She is a senior research associate at CIDOB (Barcelona Centre for International Affairs), an association of which she has been deputy director for several years. She has been electoral observer for the OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) in Tajikistan, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, and has written on Soviet and post-Soviet affairs for numerous magazines and newspapers. Claudín is also a member of the Vienna-based Regional Office for Cooperation and Peace in Europe, the EU-Russia Strategy Group and the editorial board of the digital media esglobal. In 1978 he published the book Lenin y la revolución cultural (Anagrama).

Update: 3 March 2022


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