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Stephen Fortescue has a PhD in Soviet Politics from the Australian National University (ANU) (1977). He is an Honorary Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales and a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for European Studies, ANU. His current research interests include the Russian policymaking process, Russian mining and metals, and the Russian Far East.

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