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Kadri Liik

Senior Policy Fellow

Languages: English, Russian, Estonian
Areas of Expertise: Russian domestic and foreign policy, relations between Russia and the West, the Baltic Sea area, Eastern Europe

Kadri Liik is a senior policy fellow at ECFR.

Before joining ECFR in October 2012, Kadri was the director of the International Centre for Defence Studies in Estonia from 2006 until 2011, where she also worked as a senior researcher and director of the Centre’s Lennart Meri Conference.

Throughout the 1990s, Kadri worked as a Moscow correspondent for several Estonian daily papers, including the highest-circulation daily in Estonia, Postimees, as well as Eesti Päevaleht and the Baltic News Service. In 2002, she became the foreign news editor at Postimees. In 2004, she left to become editor-in-chief at the monthly foreign affairs magazine, Diplomaatia. She was also the host of “Välismääraja”, a current affairs talkshow at Raadio Kuku in Tallinn.

Kadri has a BA in Journalism from Tartu University, Estonia, and an MA in International Relations, specialising in diplomacy, from Lancaster University. 

 


Latest from Kadri Liik


Cover: Rebooting EU Foreign Policy

Rebooting EU Foreign Policy

by Daniel Levy & François Godement & Kadri Liik & Mark Leonard & Nick Witney & Vessela Tcherneva - 03rd October, 2014

The EU is ill-equipped to respond to foreign policy crises.

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Ten global consequences of the Ukraine crisis (Commentary)

by Anthony Dworkin & Daniel Levy & François Godement & Kadri Liik & Mark Leonard & Piotr Buras - 16th June, 2014

Russian actions and Western responses to them could accelerate the unwinding of the current international order

Cover: Russia’s “pivot” to Eurasia

Russia’s “pivot” to Eurasia

by Kadri Liik - 29th May, 2014

Essay collection discussion motivation behind Russia's turn to Eurasia

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ECFR’s World in 30 minutes: Syria and Russia (Podcast)

17th April, 2014

Mark Leonard talks to Wider Europe expert Kadri Liik and Middle East expert Julien Barnes-Dacy about nationalism and world view in Russia and Syria.

Bookshelf:

Steffen Hertog: Princes, Brokers and Bureaucrates: Oil and the State in Saudi Arabia
Michael Axworthy: Revolutionary Iran: A History of the Islamic Republic
Alexander Dugin: Geopolitika Postmoderna

 

ECFR reports: Crimea and Ukraine (Podcast)

19th March, 2014

Stefan Meister and Kadri Liik examine the situation in Crimea and Ukraine, covering issues such as the response of the EU and the impact on other former Soviet states.

Putin's new world order: Ukraine after the referendum (Commentary)

by Jana Kobzova & Kadri Liik & Stefan Meister - 18th March, 2014

Three pieces by ECFR's leading Wider Europe experts on the current situation in Ukraine, Putin's appeal for a new world order, and Germany's crucial role within the EU.

Putin’s New World Order (Commentary)

by Kadri Liik - 18th March, 2014

Putin also wants a world order based on different principles, and this is what makes Putin’s previous actions logical and understandable.

How can the EU impose costs on Russia? (Commentary)

by Andrew Wilson & Kadri Liik & Mark Leonard & Stefan Meister & Vessela Tcherneva - 03rd March, 2014

The key challenge for the West is to deter any possible Russian action in Eastern Ukraine, and pursue a twin-track policy aimed at de-escalation.


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