Prof. Sergei Medvedev
About Prof. Sergei Medvedev
Sergei Medvedev is professor at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia. Previously, he worked at the Marshall Center for Security Studies in Germany, the Finnish Institute of International Affairs (Helsinki), the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (Ebenhausen), the Istituto Affari Internazionali (Rome) and the Institute of Europe (Moscow). He received a PhD in History of International Relations and Foreign Policy from the latter institution for his thesis on “European Politics of Pope John Paul II”, after having obtained his MA in International Affairs from Columbia University and his BA in International Journalism from Moscow University and Charles University in Prague. Sergei has taught courses on Russian/Soviet and security studies throughout Europe and the USA and has published on his fields of scholarly interest, most notably on post- Soviet studies, European security, political geography, cultural anthropology and semiotics.
Medvedev, S./Krumm, R./Schröder, H. (2012): Constructing Identities in Europe: German and Russian Perspectives. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
Medvedev, S./ Neumann, I. (2012): Identity Issues in EU-Russia Relations, in: Krumm, R./Medvedev, S./Schröder H. (eds): Constructing Identities in Europe: German and Russian Perspectives. Baden-Baden: Nomos, Ch. 1, pp. 9-29.
Medvedev, S./ Tomashov, I. (2012): Knowledge and Education as Global Public Goods, in: Larionova M. V. (Ed.): The European Union in the G8: Promoting Consensus and Concerted Actions for Global Public Goods. Farnham: Ashgate, Ch. 13, pp. 221-227.
Medvedev, S./ Tomashov, I. (2012): Security as a Global Public Good: Common Issues for the European Union and the G8, in: Larionova M. V. (Ed.): The European Union in the G8: Promoting Consensus and Concerted Actions for Global Public Goods. Farnham : Ashgate, Ch. 12, pp. 213-220.