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Katia Glod

Policy Fellow

Katia Glod is Russia-West Policy Fellow at the European Leadership Network (London). She is also a non-resident fellow at the Centre for European Policy Analysis (Washington), where she covers Belarus.

Glod worked as a consultant for Amnesty International and the European Endowment for Democracy, focusing on Belarus. She also worked as an election observer and analyst for the OSCE in countries such as Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Albania, and North Macedonia. Earlier Glod was a Robert Bosch Academy Fellow on the Russia and Eurasia Programme at Chatham House in London, and a research project manager at the Centre for Integration Studies in St Petersburg.

Glod’s research interests include human rights in Eastern Europe and Central Asia; West’s relations with Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Central Asia and South Caucasus; internal political and social dynamics in these countries, their political economy and relations with Russia and the West.

Glod holds a Master’s degree in European Politics from Sussex University, and a BA in Humanities from the University of North Dakota.

Content by Katia Glod


East-West Coffee Shop: Belarus

In the first episode of the East-West Coffee Shop podcast, European Leadership Network (ELN) Policy Fellow Ben Challis sits down with Yauheni Preiherman and Katia Glod to discuss the developing situation in Belarus following the re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko, who has been described as the last dictator in Europe.

23 September 2020 | Ben Challis, Yauheni Preiherman and Katia Glod