CARNEGIE EXPERT
Maxim Samorukov
FELLOW
DEPUTY EDITOR OF CARNEGIE.RU
CARNEGIE MOSCOW CENTER
Maxim Samorukov is a fellow at the Carnegie Moscow Center and deputy editor of Carnegie.ru.
Before joining Carnegie in 2015, Samorukov worked for the independent news website Slon.ru for five years. He started as a correspondent and then became an editor and international columnist, covering topics including Russian foreign policy, Central Eastern Europe and its relations with Russia, Balkans, and the challenges of transitioning to democracy.
Education
MA, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, 2008
Languages
Czech​English​Polish​Russian​Serbo-Croatian​Spanish
Resources
RSS Subscription
Русский
LATEST ANALYSIS
Events in Czechia and Belarus Cement Eastern Europe’s New Divide
20.04
Hybrid War: Russia vs. the WestNew Eastern Europe
Are Russia and Ukraine Sliding Into War?
05.04
Struggle for Ukraine
Why Russia Is Unmoved by Kyiv's Sanctions Against Putin's Friend
24.02
Struggle for Ukraine
China’s Relations with Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova: Less Than Meets the Eye
31.12
New Eastern Europe
The Kremlin and the Protests in Belarus: What’s Russia’s Next Move?
02.09
New Eastern Europe
Can Russia-West Divide Save “Europe’s Last Dictator” in Belarus?
10.08
New Eastern Europe
Beyond Kosovo: How Protests Transformed Serbia’s Relations with Russia
21.07
New Eastern Europe
Ventilator Diplomacy in the Balkans
08.07
Russia-Serbia Special Relationship Is On Borrowed Time
24.06
New Eastern Europe
Did Emmanuel Macron Hand the Balkans to Russia?
19.12
MORE
CONNECT WITH US
PRIVACY STATEMENT
CONTACT & FEEDBACK
SUPPORT THE GLOBAL THINK TANK

25/9 Sivtsev Vrazhek Pereulok, Bldg. 1
Moscow, 119002
Russia
Phone: +7 495 935-8904
Fax: +7 495 935-8906
Contact By Email
© 2021 All Rights Reserved
By using this website, you agree to our cookie policy.
Share this selection
Tweet
Facebook