Academic chair and clinical professor, Center for Global Affairs at NYU
Dr. Mark Galeotti has been researching Russian security issues since the late 1980s. Educated at Cambridge University and the LSE, he is now Clinical Professor of Global Affairs and Academic Chair of New York University's Center for Global Affairs. Until 2008, he was head of the History department at Keele University in the UK as well as director of its Organized Russian & Eurasian Crime Research Unit. His books include the edited collections 'The Politics of Security in Modern Russia' (Ashgate), 'Russian & Soviet Organized Crime' (Ashgate) and 'Global Crime Today' (Routledge) and he is a regular contributor to Jane's Intelligence Review, Oxford Analytica and many other outlets.
Mark Galeotti talks about the “unholy trinity of issues” in Russia and what it takes to fight corruption.