Dr. Paul Robinson, Professor

EVENT DATE: March 11, 2021
TOPIC: The World in Moscow’s Eyes: How do Russians See the World and the West (via Zoom Webinar session)

Dr. Robinson is currently a full professor at Ottawa University, at the faculty of Social Sciences, working in the fields of Public and International Affairs. He teaches courses in both official languages, on a variety of topics covering Military history, Russian international relations, and various aspects of Canadian and International security.

Dr. Robinson also  hosts a website called  Irrussianality, which contains highly current and informative blogs on Russia and its relationships with the West and the World. . It can be accessed at https://irrussianality.wordpress.com/author/paulfrobinson/  .

Paul Robinson holds an MA in Russian and Eastern European Studies from the University of Toronto and a D. Phil. in Modern History from the University of Oxford. Prior to his graduate studies, he served as a regular officer in the British Army Intelligence Corps from 1989 to 1994, and as a reserve officer in the Canadian Forces from 1994 to 1996. He also worked as a media research executive in Moscow in 1995. Having published six books, he has also written widely for the international press on political issues. His research focuses generally on military affairs. In recent years, he has worked on Russian history, military history, defence policy, and military ethics.