Author, Regional expertise : Europe
Alexandra Goujon is an assistant professor of political science at the university of Bourgogne (Dijon, France). She is also an adjunct professor at the Undergraduate College of Sciences Po (Paris) and at Sorbonne university. Her academic work focuses on contentious politics, regime change, and politics of memory in the Post-Soviet states, notably Ukraine and Belarus. She published a book entitled Révolutions politiques et identitaires en Ukraine et en Biélorussie (1988-2008) (Paris, Editions Belin, 2009).
Research topics : Russia; Ukraine; Belarus; Revolutions; Political mobilisations
Publications on Noria
Two Years On From the Minsk Agreements: The political dynamics of the conflict in Ukraine Anastasia Fomitchova, interview with Alexandra Goujon
© Gaëlle Girbes - Avdiivka, Ukraine, February 2017 "Chasse Royale", once the spa hotel of President Ianoukovitch and the pre-war oligarchy, is now a Ukrainian front line. The site is in ruins; the trees of the former luxury hotel have been split in two by heavy...
Presidential candidates (ITAR-TASS ©) Pour consulter cet article en français, cliquez ici The Power Shift in Kiev Shortly after taking office, the new central authorities faced the problem of separatism in Crimea and the East and South of Ukraine. In this context, the...