|since 2019||Doctoral Researcher at PRIF|
|2018-2019||Participant of the Negotiation Engineering Course MGIMO - ETH Zürich - University of Geneva (Prof. Micheline Calmy-Rey)|
|2018, 2019||Internships at the Russian Foreign Ministry (Moscow)|
|2017-2018||Scholarship of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Moscow|
|2017-2019||Master studies "World Politics", Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO)|
|2016||Internships at the Russian Foreign Affairs Council (RIAC) BRICS Department (Moscow)|
|2013-2017||Bachelor studies "International Relations", Voronezh State University, Russia|
Mikhail Polianskii is working on the following issues:
- German-Russian relations
- Russia's domestic and foreign policy
- Lost in transition? | 2020
Polianskii, Mikhail/Rogova, Vera (2020): Lost in transition? Putin's strategy for 2024, PRIF Spotlight 1/2020, Frankfurt/M.
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- What does the Normandy Summit mean for the peace process in Ukraine? | 2019
Polianskii, Mikhail (2019): What does the Normandy Summit mean for the peace process in Ukraine?, PRIF Blog, 12.12.2019.
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- Russia's Ambivalence on Southeast Europe Strategy | 2019
Polianskii, Mikhail (2019): Russia's Ambivalence on Southeast Europe Strategy, Study Group Information, (Vol. 15), Vienna: Austrian National Defence Academy in co-operation with the PfP Consortium of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes, http://www.oesterreichisches-bundesheer.at/pdf_pool/publikationen/sgi38_reichenau_final_web.pdf.
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Other professional activities
|since 2019||Board Member of the German-Russian Youth Organization DRJUG (Alumni Association of the German-Russian Youth Parliament)|