Alexander Sergunin

Professor of International Relations, St. Petersburg State University, Russia

Alexander Sergunin
Alexander Sergunin

Alexander Sergunin is a Professor of International Relations, St. Petersburg State University, Russia. He holds Ph.D. (history) from the Moscow State University (1985) and Habilitation (political science) from the St. Petersburg State University (1994). His fields of research and teaching include Arctic politics and governance, Russia’s Arctic sustainable development, Russian foreign policy thinking and making.

His most recent Arctic-related publications include:

1. Konyshev V., Sergunin A. US Contemporary Arctic Strategy. St. Petersburg: Galart+ Publishing House, 2021 (in Russian).

2. Sergunin A. Thinking about Russian Arctic Council chairmanship: Challenges and opportunities // Polar Science, June 2021.

3. Sergunin A., Gjørv G.H. The Politics of Russian Arctic shipping: evolving security and geopolitical factors. The Polar Journal, 2020, vol. 10, no. 2.

4. Sergunin, A., Konyshev, V. 2019. Forging Russia’s Arctic strategy: actors and decision-making, The Polar Journal, vol. 9, no. 1.

Prof. Sergunin is editorial and advisory boards’ member of several Arctic-related academic journals: The Arctic and the North, The North and the Market, The Polar Journal