Anne de Tinguy is a French historian and political scientist working on international relations. She is a specialist in foreign policy of Russia and Ukraine. She holds a doctorate in political science (1981) from the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations, and is Associate Professor at the Center for International Studies and Research (CERI).
De Tinguy is a specialist in foreign policy in Russia and Ukraine and also deals with social issues, including migration. A former auditor at the Institute of National Defense Studies (IHÉDN), she currently teaches at the Institute of Political Studies in Paris, as well as at the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO). She is also Academic Director of the Franco-Russian Double Master in International Affairs of the IEP Paris and the State Institute of International
Relations of Moscow (MGIMO). Member of the editorial board of the Cahiers d’études on the Eastern Mediterranean and the Turkish-Iranian world (CEMOTI), she is also vice-president of the French Association of Ukrainian Studies. On several occasions she has been a consultant for various bodies, including the Council of Europe.
Religion as a political factor and ideology
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