Russian roots on foreign soil

Tatyana Poloskova, Department Head, Russian Centre for International Co-operation

1961 – Born in Perm
1984 – Graduates, Perm State University
1989 – Receives PhD in philosophical sciences, Moscow State University
1995 – Graduates, Diplomatic Academy, Russian Foreign Ministry
2000 – Receives doctorate in political sciences, Diplomatic Academy, Russian Foreign Ministry
2005 – Head, Compatriots, CIS and Baltic States Department, Russian Centre for International Scientific and Cultural Co-operation, Russian Foreign Ministry

The turbulent Russian history of 20th century left millions of Russians outside of the Russian state. What is their fate? Do they keep in touch with the Russian Federation? Does Russia help them to keep their identity? To answer these questions, our gust today is Tatyana Poloskova from the Russian Centre for International Co-operation at the Russian Foreign Ministry.