Anke Schmidt-Felzmann


Baltic Sea Fellow - Eurasia Program

Research Areas:

EU-Russia studies, European politics

Anke Schmidt-Felzmann is a Baltic Sea Fellow in the FPRI Eurasia Program and a foreign and security policy research fellow in the Europe and Russia program at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, focusing on security challenges from Russia in the Baltic Sea and Eastern neighborhood. Anke Schmidt-Felzmann holds a PhD (EU-Russia relations) from Glasgow University. She worked as IR post-doc on the EU as a global actor at Stockholm University and at Dalarna as a Senior Lecturer in IR. Before moving to Sweden in September 2011, she was an IR lecturer at Maastricht University.

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