Mr Alexander Anievas

Alexander Anievas is a PhD candidate at the Centre for International Studies, University of Cambridge where he also received an M.Phil. in International Relations (2005). He previously studied at University College London, where he undertook a BA in Politics with East European Studies (2001-2004). He is the outgoing Managing Editor for the Cambridge Review of International Affairs and an editorial board member of Historical Materialism: Research in Critical Marxist Theory.

His dissertation ‘States, Capitals and Conflicts during the Thirty Years’ Crisis, 1914-1945’ focuses on the international political economy and interstate rivalries of the period of the two World Wars from the theoretical perspective of Leon Trotsky’s uneven and combined development. His general research interests include: Theories of International Relations, International Security and International Political Economy; Marxism and Critical Theory; International Historical Sociology; War and Capitalism.