Jade McGlynn is a research fellow in the War Studies Department at King’s College London. She is the author of Russia’s War (Polity, 2023), which examines domestic popular approval for Russia’s ongoing aggression against Ukraine, and Memory Makers: The Politics of the Past in Putin’s Russia (Bloomsbury, 2023) which details how the Russian state and society have used history to create a unifying national identity. In addition, Jade has published two collected volumes and numerous peer-reviewed articles and chapters in academic articles and volumes. Jade’s research has focused on Russia’s war on Ukraine since 2014, Russian domestic media, Russian state-society relations, and Russian and Ukrainian memory politics and soft power globally. She recently won a six-year award from Leverhulme to investigate Russia’s use of history in its strategic communications toward Africa, China, Germany, and the Western Balkans. Prior to joining King’s College London, Jade held academic research appointments at Middlebury College, Voronezh State University, and the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom). She received her DPhil from the University of Oxford and worked as a lecturer in Russian intellectual history and literature for two and a half years. Beyond academia, Jade frequently advises policymakers in the UK and European governments. Jade also writes for, and is interviewed by, popular media, including BBC, CNN, PBS, Deutsche Welle, The Times, Foreign Policy, The Spectator, and many others.
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Report by Maria Snegovaya , Michael Kimmage , and Jade McGlynn — September 27, 2023
Podcast Episode by Max Bergmann , Maria Snegovaya , Jade McGlynn , and Michael Kimmage — June 15, 2023
Event by Max Bergmann , Maria Snegovaya , Michael Kimmage , and Jade McGlynn — May 25, 2023