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Keegan Farrington

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U.S.-Russia Relationship Intern

Expertise: Nationalism in post-Soviet states, historical contexts of modern Russian foreign policy

Keegan Farrington is a Global Policy MA student at the University of Maine’s School of Policy and International Affairs. His areas of focus include Nationalism in Former Soviet States and its Effects on Russian Minority Populations, Russian Foreign Policy, and the NATO-Russia Relationship.  He is particularly interested in Eastern European and Central Asian security.

Before beginning his MA, Keegan completed his undergraduate degree in Economics and Political Science at The University of Maine. In between his undergraduate and graduate programs, Keegan was a trail builder on portions of the Maine Appalachian Trail.

In his free time Keegan enjoys running, reading, learning Russian, and exploring the museums of DC.

Recent Posts

Why American Credibility on Taiwan is at Stake in Ukraine

Posted on: June 27th, 2023

Russia’s Hybrid Power Strategy

Posted on: May 31st, 2023

Russia’s Failures in Ukraine Should Not Distract from Its Successes in the Sahel

Posted on: May 10th, 2023

Putin’s War on Information is Accelerating

Posted on: April 20th, 2023

The Fragmented Union: Why The European Union Needs a Cohesive Defense Network

Posted on: March 21st, 2023