Associate Fellow, Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House)
James Sherr is a former head of the Chatham
House Russia and Eurasia Programme (2008–2011). He is also an Adjunct Fellow of
the Razumkov Centre (Kyiv), Senior Associate Fellow of the Institute of
Statecraft and a former Bosch Public Affairs Fellow of the Transatlantic
Academy, Washington. He was a member of the Social Studies Faculty of Oxford
University (1993–2012), a Fellow of
the Conflict Studies Research Centre of the UK Ministry of Defence (1995-2008)
and Director of Studies of the Royal United Services Institute (1983–1985).
The author of Hard
Diplomacy and Soft Coercion: Russia’s Influence Abroad (2013), he has published
extensively on Soviet, Russian and Ukrainian military, security and foreign
policy. His latest monograph, The Militarization of Russian Policy was
published in August 2017.