Michael Lambert

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Michael E. Lambert, PhD is a political psychologist working at the intersection of medicine (social psychology and psychopharmacology) and political science, broadening the topics of Blue Ocean Strategy in international politics (quantitative and qualitative evaluation of the foreign policy of China, the United States and the European Union) and the study of mathematical models of strategic interaction between decision-makers in para-states.
 
He graduated from Sorbonne University in collaboration with the INSEAD and received complementary trainings at Harvard University.

Column: Politics of the United States

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27 May 2020
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

CIA National Intelligence Estimates on the Cross-Strait and Sino-Russian Relations

Column: Military and Security

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8 September 2021
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

A Glimpse at China’s Nuclear Build-Up
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7 October 2020
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

Who’s Who in Nagorno-Karabakh
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17 March 2020
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

Consequences of the Diplomatic Recognition of Abkhazia by the Syrian Arab Republic (2018)

Column: Asian Kaleidoscope

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22 July 2021
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

Power without Soft Power: China’s Outreach to Central Asia
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18 June 2019
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

Chinese Octopus: How China Is Taking Over the Post-Soviet Space

Column: European Policy

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31 December 2019
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

Geopolitics and e-Diplomacy of Estonia
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8 November 2019
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

All for One and One for All: Diplomatic Recognition of Kosovo, Abkhazia and South-Ossetia

Column: Eurasian Policy

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17 August 2021
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

The CIA’s Strategic Thinking in Afghanistan: 1979 to 2021
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26 March 2021
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

Blue Ocean Strategy for South Caucasus
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27 November 2020
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

Great Powers Competition in Moldova
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11 November 2020
Michael Lambert

Ph.D. in History of Europe & International Relations, Sorbonne University - INSEAD Business School, (Geo)political scientist working on Sino-European/Russian relations and soft power in the 21st century

Russia and the Judgment of Solomon in Nagorno-Karabakh

Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
 
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