Head of the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs’ Centre for Analysis, Planning and Strategy
Journalist, adviser to the School of Civic Education, former member of The Guardian editorial board
Non-Resident Fellow at The Brookings Institution and Senior Advisor at Georgetown Center for Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies
Distinguished Policy Fellow at the Stockholm Centre for East European Studies
Professor at The Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences and Visiting Research Scholar at Princeton University
Director at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University
What lessons can be drawn from Putin’s previous wars to guide responses today? What impact have Russia’s wars had on its people and society? How has Russia’s use of private military contractors impacted the war in Ukraine, and what are the implications for any future Russian military adventurism? What can be done to ensure that state and non-state actors face justice for their war crimes? Can Russian society also be made to face up to its complicity in the actions of the armed forces that fight in its name?