Dr. Mark Galeotti

Výzkumný pracovník ÚMV


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Zaměstnání

září 2016–současnost: Výzkumný pracovník ÚMV
srpen 2016–současnost: Principal Director, Mayak Intelligence SRO, Prague
září 2016–současnost: Adjunct Professor, Charles University, Prague
2016: Visiting Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations
2009–srpen 2016: Clinical Professor of Global Affairs, SPS Center for Global Affairs, New York University
2007–2008: Head of History Department, Keele University
1991–2008: Senior Lecturer in Modern and International History, Keele University
1996–1997: Senior Research Fellow, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
1990–1991: Adjunct Instructor, London School of Economics, London and Middlesex University, London

 Vzdělání

1988–1991: PhD in Government (Politics), London School of Economics, London. (PhD: The Impact of Afghan War on the USSR, accepted without revisions)
1987–1988: Political Liaison, Lloyd’s of London, London
1984–1987: MA History, Robinson College Cambridge University (Trevelyan Prize for History 1987)

 Zahraniční studijní pobyty, stáže

Visiting Professor: Rutgers – Newark, Charles University Prague, MGIMO Moscow

 Pedagogická činnost

  • April 2014: Transnational Organised Crime: MA course for MGIMO-University, Moscow
  • 2016–2017: Charles University: Intelligence' course, MA in Security Studies
  • 2009–2016: NYU (graduate): Transnational Crime; Transnational Security; Authoritarianism, Repression and Corruption; Hard Power: the uses and abuses of military force; Asymmetric Warfare; Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence; National Security Policy Making; Analytic Skills; Corruption and Anti-Corruption; Russia and the World; Global Empires; Prague and Beyond: security and transition in Central Europe (field course); Moscow: security, stress and stability in the new Russia (field course);
  • 2014–2016: MGIMO (Moscow): Confronting Transnational Crime
  • 2014–2015: Charles University: Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence
  • 2005–2006: Rutgers-Newark: Transnational Terrorism; Organized and Transnational Crime
  • 1991–2008: Keele University: Russian Organized Crime (graduate); Organized Crime in History; How To Stage A Military Coup;    War in History; Modern Russia; Afghanistan: the Soviet Union’s last war; The Italian Renaissance (co-taught); Modern Italy (co-taught); Rus’: medieval Russia (co-taught); Modern History: an introduction

 Jazyky

anglický – rodilý mluvčí
italský – plynule
francouzský – dobře
ruský – středně pokročilý
český – začátečník

Oblasti zájmu

Russian domestic and foreign policy
Russian security affairs
Russian and Soviet history
Transnational and organised crime
Intelligence and covert operations
Military and non-military security challenges

 Členství a předsednictví v organizacích

  • 2010–současnost: Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Strategic Security
  • 2004–současnost: Member of the Scientific Board of the Journal Of Power Institutions in Post –Soviet Societies
  • 2002–2010: Member of the Editorial Board of the Crime & Justice International
  • 2000–2002: Member of the Global Forum Advisory Panel of LENS (Law Enforcement & National Security)
  • 1997–1999: Memeber of the Royal Institute for International Affairs Steering Group on International Drugs Trade & Organized Crime


Editor

  • 2008–2007: Global Crime: Managing Editor, Founding Editor and member of the Editorial Board
  • 2006: Jane’s Terrorism & Security Monitor: Transnational Organized Crime Commissioning Editor
  • 1993–2005: Boundary & Security Bulletin, Soviet Union Editor
  • 1992–2005: Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement: European Editor
  • 1991–současnost: Jane's Intelligence Review: Editorial Adviser

 Další profesní aktivity

Postgraduate examiner for: Oxford University (DPhil), London University (PhD), Macquarie University (PhD), St Andrews University (MPhil), NYU (MA) and Durham University (MA).

Manuscript reviewer: Harvard University Press, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press and New York University Press.

 Publikace

Knihy

  • (bude publikováno 2017): The Modern Russian Army, 1992 – 2016. London: Osprey.
  • (2016): Hybrid War or Gibridnaya Voina? Getting Russia’s non-linear military challenge right. Mayak Intelligence. ISBN: 9781365549809.
  • (2015): Spetsnaz: Russia’s special forces. London: Osprey.
  • (2014): Russia’s Chechen Wars. London: Osprey.
  • (2013): Russian Security and Paramilitary Forces since 1991. London: Osprey.
  • (2012): Paths of Wickedness and Crime: the underworlds of the Renaissance Italian city. New York: Gonfalone.
  • (2003): Criminal Russia: a sourcebook and course book on 150 years of crime, corruption & policing. Keele: ORECRU.
  • (2002): Russian and Post – Soviet Organized Crime. London: Ashgate.
  • (1997): Gorbachev and his Revolution. Basingstoke, Macmillian. (Elements of this book were republished in: Head, Tom (ed.): People Who Made History: Mikhail Gorbachev. New York: Gale, 2003).
  • (1997): Jane’s Sentinel: Russia. Coulsdon: Jane’s.
  • (1996): Unstable Russia. Coulsdon: Jane’s.
  • (1995): The Age of Anxiety, Security and Politics in Soviet and Post – Soviet Russia. Harlow, Longman Higher Academic. (Translated into Czech as 1998: Čas Úzkosti. Prague: Orbis).
  • (1995): Afghanistan: the Soviet Union’s last war. London: Frank Cass.
  • (1995): The Kremlin’s Agenda. Coulsdon: Jane’s Information Group.

Editor publikací

  • (ed., 2010): The Politics of Security in Modern Russia. London: Ashgate.
  • (ed., 2009): Organized Crime in History. London: Routledge.
  • (ed., 2005): Global Crime Today: the changing face of organized crime. London: Routledge.
  • (ed., 2002): Putin’s Russia. London: Jane’s.

Kapitoly knih

  • (2016): "RepressIntern": Russia's security cooperation with fellow authoritarian. In: Hug, Adam (ed.): No shelter: the harassment of activists abroad by intelligence services from the former Soviet Union. Foreign Policy Centre, London.
  • (2015): The Baltic Intelligence war: hotting up, and back to the Cold War. In: Spruds, Andris (ed.): Riga Conference Papers 2015. Riga: Latvian Institute of International Affairs.
  • (2015): “Hybrid War” and “Little Green Men” – how it works, and how it doesn’t. In: Sakwa, Richard  – Pikulicka-Wilczewska, Agnieszka (eds): Ukraine and Russia: People, Politics, Propaganda and Perspectives. London: eIR.
  • (2014): Kleptocracies, Warlords and Mafia in Uniform. In: Bunker, Robert J. (ed.): Global Criminal and Sovereign Free Economies and the Demise of the Western Democracies: Dark Renaissance. London: Routledge.
  • (2012): Sino-Russian Border Resolution. In: Elleman, Bruce A. – Kotkin, Stephen – Schofield, Clive (eds.): Beijing's Power and China's Borders: Twenty Neighbors in Asia. Armonk: ME Sharp.
  • (2012): Turkish Organized Crime. In: Siegel, Dina et al. (eds.): Traditional Crime in the Modern World. New York: Springer.
  • (2011): Crime in post-Soviet societies. In: Herzog-Evans, M. (ed.): Transforming Criminology, Vol. I. Olsterwijk: Wolf Legal.
  • (2010): Introduction. In: Galeotti, Mark (ed.): The Politics of Security in Modern Russia. London: Ashgate.
  • (2010): The Security Apparatus: Putin’s praetorians. In: Galeotti, Mark (ed.): The Politics of Security in Modern Russia. London: Ashgate.
  • (2009): Criminal Histories. In: Galeotti, Mark (ed.): Organized Crime in History. London: Routledge.
  • (2009): The World of the Lower Depths: crime and punishment in Russian history. In: Galeotti, Mark (ed.): Organized Crime in History. London: Routledge.
  • (2008): The Criminalization of Russian State Security. In: Bunker, Robert J. (ed.): Criminal States and Criminal-Soldiers. London: Routledge.
  • (2007): Foreword. In: Finckenauer, James O.: Mafia and Organized Crime. Oxford: OneWorld.
  • (2007): Mafia and Organized Crime. In: Clar, David, S. (ed.): Encyclopedia of Law & Society. Thousand Oakes: Sage.
  • (2007): Turkish Organized Crime, Organized Crime, the Russian Military and Nuclear Smuggling; Overview: Organized Crime in Central Asia. In: Shanty, Frank G. (ed.): Organized Crime: From Trafficking to Terrorism (also known as Organized Crime: An International Encyklopedia). Santa Barbara: CA, ABC-CLIO.
  • (2007): Private Security and Public Insecurity: outsourced vigilantism in modern Russia. In: Pratten, David – Sen, Atryee (eds.): Global Vigilantes. New York: Columbia University Press and London: Hurst.
  • (2005): Global Crime Today. In: Galeotti, Mark (ed.): Global Crime Today. London, Routledge.
  • (2005): The Russian Mafia: consolidation and globalization. In: Galeotti, Mark (ed.): Global Crime Today. London, Routledge.
  • (2005): “Brotherhoods” and “Associates”: Chechen networks of crime and resistance. In: Bunker, Robert J. (ed.): Networks, Terrorism & Global Insurgency. London: Frank Cass.
  • (2004): What Implications for Russia’s Development have Securitisation, Crime and Corruption? In: Larsson, Robert (ed.): Whither Russia? Stockholm: FOI.
  • (2003): Special Purpose Forces and Ministry of International Affairs. In: Millar, James R. (ed.): Encyclopedia of Russian History. New York: Gale.
  • (2002): The Challenge of Soft Security: crime, corruption and chaos. In: Cottey, Andrew – Averre, Derek (eds.): New Security Challenges in Postcommunist Europe. Manchester, Manchester University Press.
  • (2002): Transnational Organized Crime: law enforcement as a global battlespace. In: Bunker, Robert J. (ed.): Non-State Threats and Future Wars. London: Frank Cass.
  • (2002): Putin and his Russia. In: Galeotti, Mark: (ed.): Putin’s Russia. London, Jane’s.
  • (2002): Crime, Chaos and Control. In: Galeotti, Mark: (ed.): Putin’s Russia. London, Jane’s.
  • (2002): Putin’s Russia: an afterword. In: Galeotti, Mark: (ed.): Putin’s Russia. London, Jane’s.
  • (2002): Introduction. In: Galeotti, Mark: (ed.): Putin’s Russia. London, Jane’s.
  • (2001): Underworld and upperworld: organized crime and global society. In: Josselin, Daphné – Wallace, William (eds.): Non-State Actors in World Politics. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
  • (2001): Stealing the Millennium: the Growing Challenge of Organized and Transnational Crime. In: LENS Report 2001. London: Lens.
  • (2000): The Russian Mafiya: economic penetration at home and abroad. In: Ledeneva, Alena V. – Kurkchiyan, Marina (eds.): Economic Crime in Russia. Amsterdam: Kluwer.
  • (2000):  Who’s the boss: us or the law? The corrupt art of ruling Russia. In: Lovell, S. – Rogachevskii, A. – Ledeneva, A.(eds.): Bribery and Blat in Russia. Basingstoke: Macmillan.
  • (2000): The Power Ministries and Russian Foreign Policy. In: Godzimirski, Jakub M. (ed.): New and Old Actors in Russian Foreign Policy. Oslo, NUPI.
  • (2000): Crime, corruption and the law. In: Bowker, Mike – Ross,Cameron (eds.): Russia after the Cold War. Harlow, Longman.
  • (1999): The “Russian Mafiya” and Europe’s narcotics problem. In: Interpol and Technology in Partnership: fighting drug trafficking. London: Interpol/National Criminal Intelligence Service.
  • (1997): Organized Crime in the Former Soviet Union: roots, resources and responses. In: OSCE. A need for cooperation. Copenhagen: Danish UN Association.
  • (1996): Russia and her neighbours: partner, threat or problem? In: Defence ’96. Coulsdon, Jane’s.
  • (1995): Russia and Eurasia: Out – of Area operations and Peacekeeping. In: Hall, R.(ed.): The World in Conflict. Coulsdon, Jane’s.

Odborné stati (impaktované a recenzované)

  • (2016): Solidarity, Securitisation, and Europe in an Age of Hybrid Threats.Central European Political Science Review. Quarterly of Central European Political Science Alliance. Volume: 17. Number: 66. (Winter 2016) ISSN: 1586-4197 / 977158649005.
  • (2016): The Plaintive Voice of Russia’s Embattled Foreign Policy Establishment. New Perspectives, Vol. 24, No. 1.
  • (2016): Hybrid, ambiguous and non – linear? How new is Russia’s new war? Small Wars, Vol. 27, No. 2.
  • (2016): Securitizing Narcotics: the Politics and Prospects of Russian Counterdrug Policies. Journal of Drug Policy Analysis, 8.
  • Galeotti, Mark – Bowen, Andrew (2014): Latvia and Money Laundering: An Examination of Regulatory and Institutional Effectiveness in Combating Money Laundering. Central European Journal of International and Security Studies, Vol.8, No. 4.
  • (2014): In Russia, comandano i siloviki. Limes: rivista Italiana di geopolitica.
  • (2012): Purges, Power and Purpose: Medvedev's 2011 police reforms. Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, No. 13.
  • (2011): Crime, Trafficking and Local and Global Solutions. Perspectives on Politics.
  • (2011): Digging out a history of organized crime. Law, Crime & History, Vol.1, No. 1.
  • (2010): Litvinenko, Aleksandr Valtervich. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
  • (2008): Criminal Histories. Global Crime, Vol. 9. No. 1-2.
  • (2008): The World of Lower Depths: crime and punishment in Russian history. Global Crime, Vol. 9. No. 1-2.
  • (2006): Forward to the Past: Organized Crime and Cuba’s History, Present and Future. Trends in Organized Crime, Vol. 9, No. 3.
  • (2005): The Transdnistrian Connection: Big Problems for Small Pseudo – State. Global Crime, Vol. 6, No. 3-4.
  • (2004): The Russian Mafia: consolidation and globalization. Global Crime, Vol. 6, No. 1.
  • (2002): Transnational Organized Crime: law enforcement as a global battlespace. Small Wars & Insurgencies, Vol 13., No. 2.
  • (2002): “Brotherhoods” and “Associates”: Chechen networks of crime and resistence. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement, Vol. 11, No. 2-3.
  • (2000): Turkish organized crime: where state, crime and rebellion conspire. Transnational Organized Crime,  Vol. 4, No. 1.
  • (1998): The Mafiya and the New Russia. Australian Journal of Politics & History, Vol. 44, No. 3.
  • (1995): Moscow Rules: reading between the lines about crime in Russia. Slovo 8.
  • (1993): Russian Police and Security Apparatus in the 1980s and the 1990s. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 2.
  • (1993): Perestroika, Perestrelka, Pereborka: policing Russia in a time of change. Europe – Asia Studies, Vol. 45, No. 5.
  • (1992): Organized Crime in Moscow and Russian National Security.  Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 1.
  • (1990): Baku, January 1990 – an exercise in desperation. Slovo 3.

Ostatní odborné výstupy

 

 Publicistika, vybraná mediální vystoupení

Mark Galeotti pravidelně vystupuje také v následujících médiích: MSNBC, CBC, Bloomberg TV, NPR, CNN, Fox, BBC 1, RT, Deutsche Welle, Arise TV, Al-Jazeera, BBC World Service, BBC Radio 4, Canadian Broad-casting, Voice of America, Voice of Russia, NTV, RFE/RL, Hromadske, Discovery Channel, Channel 4, BSkyB a ČT1.

2017

2016

2015

  • Russia’s Middle Eastern adventure evolves.’ IHS Jane’s Intelligence Review.  December 2015.
  • Bearing Down: Russia to defend core Syrian government areas. Jane’s Intelligence Review, September 2015.
  • Hybrid War as a War on Governance’, [extended interview]. Small Wars Journal,  19. 8. 2015.
  • War of Attrition: Flare-ups likely in Russia-Ukraine standoff. Jane’s Intelligence Review, August 2015.
  • Time to think about “hybrid defense. War On The Rocks, 30. 7. 2015.
  • Transnational Crime in the Baltic States. Baltic Rim Economies. February 2015.

2014

  • Behind Enemy Lines: the rising influence of Russian special forces. Jane’s Intelligence Review, December 2014.
  • Mark Galeotti on Russia’s “Turbulent 2014”. ISN Security Watch, 5. 12. 2014.
  • GalPutin’s Empire of the Mind. Foreign Policy, May 2014.
  • Not a new Cold War: Great Game II. ISN Security Watch, 14. 4. 2014.
  • Putin, Ukraine, and asymmetric politics. Business New Europe, 14. 4. 2014.
  • Caucasus crossroads - Russian insurgency reaches a turning point. Jane’s Intelligence Review, April 2014.
  • From Chess Player to Barroom Brawler. Foreign Policy blog, 14. 3. 2014.
  • Are Russia’s Security Services at War (with each other)? ISN Security Watch, 7. 3. 2014.
  • The Other Sochi Security Stories. ISN Security Watch, 6. 2. 2014.
  • Follow Friday: Mark Galeotti: explaining Russia and the Games. [interview] Crikey, 31. 1. 2014.
  • Sochi has (almost) nothing to fear, but fear itself. CNN Global Public Square, 22. 1. 2014.
  • Russia’s shiny new weapons. open Democracy: oD Russia, 10. 1. 2014.

2013

  • Shadow Spreads: criminal-militant links in Russia. Jane’s Intelligence Review, December 2013.
  • Suspicious Smiles: Sino-Russian relations. Jane’s Intelligence Review, November 2013.
  • On Your Marks, Get Set… Intercept’. open Democracy: oD Russia, 29. 10. 2013.
  • Dangerous Games: security at the Sochi Winter Olympics. Jane’s Intelligence Review, October 2013.
  • Return of mob rule - The resurgence of gangsterism in Russia. Jane’s Intelligence Review, April 2013.
  • Transnational Turmoil – A "Gift" from Russia's Underworld? ISN Security Watch, February 2014.
  • ..... and many more

Dr Galeotti rovněž pravidelně psal sloupky pro Jane’s Intelligence Review, ‘Russia Watch’, 1991–2006, a v té době přispěl do téhož periodika okolo 50 dalšími články.
Je autorem často citovaného blogu In Moscow's Shadows (http://inmoscowsshadows.wordpress.com/).
2011–2013 byl autorem sloupků ‘Siloviks & Scoundrels’ pro Moscow News.
1/2013–1/2014 byl autorem sloupků pro Blouin News.
Od května 2013 píše sloupky pro Russia! Magazine (http://readrussia.com)
Od dubna 2014 přispívá do Business New Europe (http://www.bne.eu), kde od roku 2016 zastává pozici přispívajícího editora.
Od dubna 2014 je sloupkařem Moscow Times.
Od ledna 2016 též pravidelně přispívá do War On The Rocks (http://warontherocks.com/)

 Reporty

  • (2016): Heavy Metal Diplomacy: Russia's political use of its military in Europe. ECFR Report, 15. 12. 2016.
  • Galeotti, Mark – Arutunyan, Anna (2016): The Kremlin’s Hybrid Business. RFE/RL [in Russian, as Гибридный бизнес Кремля], forthcoming on Henry Jackson Society website [in English].
  • (2016): Putin’s Hydra: inside the Russian intelligence services. European Council on Foreign Relations. Also translated into Russian.
  • (2015): One Economic Sector Booming in Russia: Corruption. RFE/RL [in Russian as Курс взятки к доллару], Henry Jackson Society [in English].
  • (2015): Russia in Syria: tactical masterstroke, strategic risk. Wikistrat.
  • (2015): Narcotics and Nationalism: Russian Drug Policies and Futures. Brookings Institution.
  • (2015): Tough Times for Tough People: Crime and Russia’s Economic Crisis. RFE/RL [in Russian as Хорошие времена для плохих парней], Henry Jackson Society [in English].
  • (2014): Russia’s Next Military Intervention. Wikistrat.
  • (2014): Crime and Crimea: Criminals as Allies and Agents. RFE/RL [in Russian as "Сейлем" и "Башмаки"], Henry Jackson Society [in English]
  • (2013): The Future of Drones. Wikistrat.
  • (2013): The Western Hemispheric Presidency. Wikistrat.
  • (2013): Winning the Drug War in Mexico. Wikistrat.
  • (2012): When Putin Falls. Wikistrat.
  • (2012): Hard Power, Hard Choices. NYU Center for Global Affairs, 2012 (edited)
  • (1999): British Policy and Russian Crime: time to get serious? Memorandum submitted to and published by the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee.
  • (1998): Private Security and Public Insecurity: the rise and implications of the Russian private security industry. ORECRU Special Report.
  • (1998): Heirs of the KGB. Jane’s Intelligence Review Special Report.
  • (1997): Turkish Organized Crime: the threat to the UK. For National Criminal Intelligence Service.
  • (1997): Policing Russia. Jane’s Intelligence Review Special Report.
  • (1997): Organized Crime in the former Soviet Union: an introduction to the opportunities and the threats. For Kroll Associates.
  • (1996): Russia’s Praetorians: internal security and intelligence forces. Distributed by the Office of the Special Adviser to the NATO Secretary General.
  • (1996): Mafiya: organized crime in Russia and its international implications. Jane’s Intelligence Review Special Report.
  • (1995): Cross-Border Crime in the Former Soviet Union. International Boundaries Research Unit, Durham.
  • (1995): The Rise of a Criminal Superpower:  Organized Crime in Russia. for US Department of Defense (National Defense University).
  • (1994): Russia 2014. for US Department of Defense (National Defense University).
  • A Glossary of Russian Police and Security Service Acronyms and Abbreviations, this is periodically updated and freely available guide which was also distributed within the Foreign Office and related agencies, the UK Ministry of Defence, Interpol and the Pentagon.

 Akademické prezentace

  • Presentation: 'Russian Nuclear Policy' to workshop organised by Czech MOD, Vienna, 28. 4. 2017.
  • Respondent: The Disappearance of the Battlefield in the Age of Global Targeting. Institute of International Relations Prague, 21. 4. 2017.
  • 'Breakfast with Mark Galeotti'. Oxford and Cambridge Alumni Groups, Moscow, 6. 4. 2017.
  • "Fake News", Disinformation, the Scale of the Problem and What to Do About It". Transitions (TOL), 15. 3. 2017.
  • Presentation on Russian hybrid war to closed expert meeting at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, 6. 3. 2017.
  • Public debate on Russian policies and threats hosted by the ECFR, Sofia, 6. 3. 2017.
  • Silovik Stockholm Syndrome: Russia's security agencies as drivers, beneficiaries, and victims of Putinism. IFRI (France), 21. 2. 2017.
  • Russian "heavy metal diplomacy" . ECFR presentation, Warsaw, 3. 2. 2017.
  • Lecture to Academy of Young Diplomats: 'Europe after the annexation of Crimea'. AYD, Warsaw, 3. 2. 2017.
  • Russian hybrid war. OSW, Warsaw, 2. 2. 2017.
  • Breakfast with journalists. IIR Prague, 1. 2. 2017.
  • Russia’s ‘Hybrid War’: What Does it Really Mean, And How Should the West Respond? Mirror Hall, Czernin Palace of the MFA, 10. 1. 2017.
  • Participation in SWP-DGO round table on Russia and Germany, Berlin, 13. 12. 2016.
  • Tools of Control and Repression,' SWP-ZOiS Conference, Berlin, 12. 12. 2016.
  • Public lecture 'The Threat from Russian organised crime'. Estonian Interior Ministry, 24. 11. 2016.
  • Classes taught at Estonian Academy for Security Sciences, 24. 11. - 25. 11. 2016.
  • Russia: Global Colossus with Feet of Clay? Warsaw Security Forum, Warsaw, 26.-28. 9. 2016.
  • Putin's "War with the West": real? a threat? a real threat?, lecture at Colgate University, USA, 17. 10. 2016.
  • Closed Nuclear Threat Initiative Workshop on nuclear security in Russia, 14. 10. 2016.
  • Russia 2036: Still a Prisoner of Its History? Jak bude vypadat Evropa a svět za dvacet let. Ústav mezinárodních vztahů. 9. 11. 2016.
  • Inside Putin and Putinism: what Russia's leader wants and where he's taking Russia. NYU Prague, 13. 9. 2016.
  • What is the Real Threat from Russia? PSSI and Containall, 8. 9. 2016.
  • AMO workshop: NATO Warsaw Summit: What did Warsaw deliver and what's next? Polish Embassy, 6. 9. 2016.
  • Briefings on report ‘Putin’s Hydra’ on Russia’s intelligence services to:
    • Institute of International Relations Prague (květen 2016)
    • Estonian security officials (Tallinn, květen 2016)
    • Finnish security officials (Helsinki, květen 2016)
    • EU INTCEN and External Action Service (Brussels, červen 2016).
  • The Changing Nature of Global Crime and the Opportunities for Deeper US-Russian Cooperation Against It. Spaso House Talk (hosted by US Ambassador to Russia), únor 2016.
  • Russian Hybrid War. Riga Conference 2015, Riga, listopad 2015.
  • Crime, Kleptocracy, and Politics: Developments in Modern Russia. Hudson Institute Kleptocracy Initiative, Washington DC, prosinec 2015
  • The Rise and (Apparent) Fall of the Russian Mafia. MIT, Boston, únor 2015
  • Russia’s Spetsnaz and Non-Conventional Operations. ‘The USMC and “Ambiguous Warfare”’ workshop, Washington DC, únor 2015
  • Hybrid, Ambiguous and Non-Linear: How new is Russia’s “new way of war”? Glasgow University, červen 2015
  • Narcotics and Nationalism: Russia’s drug policies and futures. Brookings Institution, Washington DC, říjen 2014
  • From the Kremlin to Kyiv: The Role of Russian Security and Intelligence Services. Chatham House, London, červen 2014
  • The Evolution of the Russian Vorovskoi Mir. Europol, říjen 2013
  • Benya Krik's uncles, Ostap Bender's aunts: a genealogy of Russian organized crime. New York University, duben 2011
  • How to Win Friends and Influence People: Eurasian organized crime’s diversification, penetration and legitimation, FBI Workshop on Eurasian Organized Crime. Los Angeles, červenec 2010.
  • Reforming the State Security Sector and the problem of Organized Crime, Democratic Governance in the Security Sector. STARLINK Conference, The Hague, prosinec 2007.
  • Who’s Next? What coping with the ‘Wild East’ has taught us about identifying future threats. Tackling Organised Crime in Partnership conference, London, říjen 2004.
  • Failed States, Organised Crime and Diffuse Threats. European Commission workshop on the Solana European Union strategy document, Rome, říjen 2003.
  • The Russian Mafiya, keynote address. 2nd National Criminal Intelligence Service International Conference for Criminal Analysts, London, březen 1999.
  • Should we be Worried about the Russian Mafiya? Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, říjen 1998.
  • ‘Real Crimes for Real Criminals’:  the Russian mafiya and international economic crime. 16th International Symposium on Economic Crime workshop, Cambridge, září 1998.
  • Cops, Spies and Private Eyes: the historical patterns of Russian policing. ‘Good Order is the Foundation of All Things’: crime and policing in modern Europe conference, Keele, září 1994.




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