Kremlin’s spy mania and resistance in Russian academia

With the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many anti-war protests have taken place in Russia. As a result, many students and scholars have faced police violence and persecution. Maria Rakhmaninova is one of the youngest doctors of philosophy in Russia – she defended her dissertation on political philosophy at the age of 33. She lost her job, her career and her lifework and now she has to work as a cleaning lady because she refuses to “serve the regime” with her mind and heart. Dr Rakhmaninova is not hiding her identity, face or name while she ⋙

Russia, Ukraine, academic freedom, scholars at risk, repression

Research Highlights

SGOC General Conference on Organised Crime (4–6 July, Pisa&online)

The Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in collaboration with the Standing Group on Organised Crime (SGOC) of ⋙

Panel “Jihad in Africa" @ SGRI 2022 Conference (16-17 June, Perugia)

The ERIS team will organise a panel in the context of the 2022 SGRI Conference, organized by the ⋙

ERIS seminar: “The Sahel in turmoil: Conflict drivers and responses” (16 May, Pisa)

The Emerging Research on International Security (ERIS) team at the Sant’Anna School is very happy to announce ⋙

ERIS Emerging Research in International Security

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