Polonium widow Marina Litvinenko to give public talk in Plymouth
The widow of murdered Russian secret service agent Alexander Litvinenko is coming to Plymouth to speak about her husband’s death and her subsequent campaigns for justice.
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Engaging with Russia after Putin’s re-election: leave the bear alone for now
Dr Lorenzo Cladi, Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Plymouth, writes about the diplomatic challenges faced by Russia and the West following Vladimir Putin's re-election as President
Conference explores the influence and impact of Russian military and maritime strategies
The global impact of Russia’s political and military strategies will be debated by senior officers and academics at a conference organised by the University of Plymouth's Dartmouth Centre for Seapower and Strategy and the Royal Navy’s Fleet Battle Staff
Liza Tretyakova – BA (Hons) Illustration graduate
Plymouth University - Liza Tretyakova alumni case study
Plymouth University signs research and education partnership with Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory
Plymouth University news: Students and academics from Plymouth University will get the opportunity to work alongside some of Russia’s leading musical innovators thanks to a new partnership with the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory