Liliya Shevtsova

Senior Associate, Carnegie Moscow Center, Moscow, Russian Federation

Lilia Shevtsova currently serves as senior associate at the Moscow Carnegie Center. She is an associate fellow at the Chatham House, founding chair of the Davos World Economic Forum Council on Russia’s Future, member of the Boards of the Institute for Humanities in Vienna, Finnish Centre for Excellence in Russian Studies in Helsinki, Liberal Mission Foundation, and New Eurasia Foundation in Moscow; member of the editorial boards of the journals “American Interest”, “Journal of Democracy” and “New Eastern Europe“. She published and lectured extensively on democratic transition, Russian domestic and foreign policy, international relations. Ms. Shevtsova is author of 15 books, including Yeltsin’s Russia: Myths and Reality; Putin’s Russia; Russia –Lost in Transition: The Yeltsin and Putin Legacies; Lonely Power (Why Russia Has Failed to Become the West and Why the West Is Weary of Russia), Russia: Change or Decay, and Crisis: Russia and the West in the Time of Trouble.