International law - Negotiations - Peace building

Hello and Welcome! 

I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Berlin - Potsdam research group "The International Rule of Law - Rise or Decline?" based in Berlin, Germany and a Center Associate at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies in Cambridge, MA

 My current research is focused on Law & Tech. I explore different approaches to regulating cyberspace in general, regional approaches to data and AI governance in particular. What excites me most about this field is its bond with novelty, multidisciplinarity and societal impact.

A holistic approach towards research questions is crucial for me to produce practically oriented research. Aiming for empirically based, statistically proven data, I was lucky to conduct different parts of my doctoral and post-doctoral research in leading institutions around the world: in the USA, Russia, Switzerland, Sweden, France, and Germany). Learn more about my international research experience here.

The results of my research on negotiating disputes in the WTO were published in English and Russian. I also devoted some part of my research to Gender in international negotiations & 1325 Women, Peace and Security Agenda. Learn more about my research here.

I graduated with my Ph.D. in International Public Law from Kazan Federal University, where I also taught a wide range of courses, including International Public Law, History of International Law, European System of Human Rights. I enjoy teaching in formal and non-formal settings. Take a look at my teaching portfolio here.

Last, but not least, I enjoy working and volunteering with local and international peace-building initiatives. I am on the Executive Committee of a youth-led NGO "A Common World Among the Youth" (ACWAY). Check out more about ACWAY and my other peace-building work here.