Sergey Alexandrovich Markov - Academic Roles

Academic Roles

Markov, as a political analyst, has published numerous articles in prestigious national and international publications. Since 2000 has been a consultant for a variety of Russian and international organizations including the State Duma of the Russian Federation, the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation, the National Democratic Institute of International Relations, Chase Manhattan Bank and ING Baring.

Dr. Markov is a professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations and a lecturer of the Philosophy Department at Moscow State University, where he obtained his degree.

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