Biography: Ludmila Vorobyova was born on July 20, 1946. In 1971 she graduated from Maurice Thorez Moscow State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages (now Moscow State Linguistic University). Ludmila Vorobyova is PhD in Economics, Doctor of Political Sciences. She has been working at RISS since February 1992. She is a specialist in the field of domestic and foreign policy of Germany, Euro-Atlantic relations, integration processes in the EU, and problems of development of the Baltic region. She is the author of more than 100 studies, including topical monographic researches: “The Unification of Germany: a retrospective glance at the actual problem” (M.: RISS, 1998), “Foreign policy of Germany on the threshold of the XXI century” (M.: RISS, 2000), “The History of Latvia from the Russian Empire to the USSR” (M.: FIV, 2011), “Baltic states on the faults of the international competition. From the invasion of the Crusaders to the Tartu Peace Treaty of 1920” (M.: FIV, 2013).
Subject of dissertation: Foreign policy formation in the united Germany: problems and prospects (politological analysis)
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