Alla Hurska is an analyst at the Jamestown Foundation (Washington, D.C.), an associate at the International Center for Policy Studies (Kyiv), and a research assistant at the University of Alberta. Her main area of research interest is in the history and politics of contemporary Russia and post-Soviet countries. She is also interested in the role of Russian propaganda campaigns in influencing public opinion and decision making in post-Soviet countries. Hurska’s research at the University of Alberta concerns geo-economic and geopolitical issues in the post-Soviet area, including the Arctic region. Her articles and expert comments have been solicited by international think tanks, research institutions, and news outlets, including the Jamestown Foundation, Diplomaatia (Estonia), ICPS (Kyiv), and, in Spain, CIDOB (Barcelona), Autonomous University of Barcelona, El Periódico de Catalunya, and El Confidencial.