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Sharikov Pavel Aleksandrovich

Sharikov Pavel Aleksandrovich
  • Date of birth: 12.01.83
  • Place of birth: Moscow
  • Scientific degree: Candidate of Political Sciences
  • Education:
    2000 –2005 –School of World Politics in the University of Humanitarian Sciences, Moscow
    2011-2012 –Department of Law at Higher School of Economics, Moscow. Master of legal informatics
  • Postgraduate:
    2005 – 2008 Postgraduate program of Institute of USA and Canada Studies, RAS
  • Candidate dissertation:
    “American cybersecurity policy”
  • Position:
    Leading researcher in the Department of the European integration studies
  • Professional activities:
    2019 – 2020 – Visiting research fellow at the Center for International and Security Studies at the University of Maryland
    2011 – 2021 - Senior research fellow at the Institute for USA and Canadian Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences.
    Since 2015 - Associate professor of political science at Lomonosov Moscow State University
    2008 – visiting research fellow in the George Washington University in Washington DC funded by IREX.
    2005 – visiting research fellow at the Center for International and Security Studies at the University of Maryland.
  • Scope of scientific interests:
    American domestic politics, American foreign policy, transatlantic relations, cybersecurity, new security challenges
  • Total number of publications:
    More than 80 publications incl. individual monography, articles in leading Russian journals, chapters in the collective monographs etc. (for full bibliography see the personal page in Russian)
  • Major publications:

    Monographs and book chapters:
    1. “Information Security in Multipolar World”, 2015
    1. Lauren Zabierek, Christie Lawrence, Miles Neumann and Pavel Sharikov. US-Russian Contention in Cyberspace: Are Rules of the Road Necessary or Possible? Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University, Russia Matters report. June 10, 2021
    1. Global Cybersecurity at Stake Amid US and Russia's Disagreements. ISPI Italian Institute for International Political Studies. September 7, 2021.
    1. Alternative Approaches to Information-Age Dilemmas Drive U.S. and Russian Arguments about Interference in Domestic Political Affairs.
    1. Will Russia’s Efforts to Prevent the Weaponization of Information Succeed? Russian Analytical Digest №259, November 30, 2020. p.12-15.
    1. Information Threats and Arms Control: Is Russian-US Dialogue Possible? 20.11.2020
    1. Understanding the Russian approach to information security. Pavel Sharikov. European Leadership Network.
    1. CYBERSECURITY: A RUSSIAN PERSPECTIVE. В книге: A Roadmap for U.S.-Russia Relations. Courtney W., Supyan V., Korneev А., Ladislaw S., Freeman S., Conley H.A., Zagorsky A., Davis L.E., Troitskiy M., Dobbins J., Zvyagelskaya I., Rogov S., Squassoni S., Lewis J.A., Sharikov P., Stepanova E., Cragin R.K. A Report of the CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program and the Russian International Affairs Council. Center for Strategic & International Studies, Russian International Affairs Council. Lanham, Boulder, New York, London, 2017. С. 69-72.
    1. How to make Russian-American relations great again? Pavel Sharikov. Russian International Affairs Council. 11. 2017. 
    1. A Roadmap for U.S. – Russia Relations. Analytical Report. Conley H., Dobbins J., Ladislaw S., Lewis J., Rogov S., Korneev A.V., Sharikov P.A., Supyan V., Troitskiy M., Zagorski A. Center for Strategic & International Studies, Russian International; Affairs Council. Ed by Olga Oliker and Andrey Kortunov. Washington, DC, 2017.
    1. Suggestions on Russia-U.S. Cooperation in Cybersecurity. May 16, 2017. EWI and RIAC. Bruce McConnel, Pavel Sharikov, Maria Smekalova.
    1. Information Deterrence: Transformation of the Strategic Stability Paradigm. Pavel Sharikov. 05 September 2013. Russian International Affairs Council.
    Article in peer review academic journals:
    1. Artificial intelligence, cyberattack, and nuclear weapons—A dangerous combination, Pavel Sharikov. Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. October 2018. DOI: 10.1080/00963402.2018.1533185 
    2. “Pre-emption is victory”: aggravated nuclear instability of the information age, Greg Austin & Pavel Sharikov. The Nonproliferation review. Pages 691-704, 09 Aug 2017 DOI: 10.1080/10736700.2017.1346834