Nurlan Aliyev holds a PhD in philosophy and security studies. His research area is primarily focused on Russia’s foreign and security policy, the Arctic, post-Soviet countries, strategic studies and asymmetric warfare. He is a lecturer at the University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw. His book project at the University of Warsaw is supported by the Visegrad Fund Scholarship for 2021–2022.
Commentary 01. Jul, 2020
Military Cooperation Between Russia and China: The Military Alliance Without an Agreement?
Between the 1950s and the end of the 1980s, the Soviet Union and China had border disputes and were vying…Read more
Commentary 25. Jun, 2019
Russia’s Military Capabilities in the Arctic
Moscow is deploying ever more military technology to the polar region.Read more
Commentary 06. Jul, 2018
The Language Crisis in Russia’s National Regions: A Forced or Risky Ploy by the Kremlin
In line with an instruction from President Vladimir Putin, in December 2017 the Russian Prosecutor General’s Office, in conjunction with…Read more