Feodor Voitolovsky is Acting Director for International Politics of IMEMO, the Institute of World Economy and International Relations of Russian Academy of Sciences. He earned an MA in history at the Department of History, Lomonosov Moscow State University and a PhD in political science and international relations at IMEMO. In 2013 he became a full professor degree in international relations at IMEMO and since 2016 he has been a Professor of Russian Academy of Science. He is a Visiting Professor at the Department of Political Science, MGIMO University (of Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs); on the Editorial Board of the “World Economy and International Relations” journal; and an Editorial Board member of the “Global Development” annual series at IMEMO. His main field of research is international security; U.S. foreign and security policy; Russian-American relations; U.S.-China relations; U.S. policy in North-East Asia; Transatlantic relations; NATO; global political prognostics; global governance and international institutions. He has published a personal monograph and participated as an author and co-editor in 20 collective monographs, he is also an author of more than 60 articles and chapters in books including such as “Global System on the Brink: Pathways Toward a New Normal” (2016), “Global Perestroika: Transformations of the World Order” (2015), “Misbalances of Pacific Asia” (2015), “Political and Economic Misbalances in Trans-Pacific Area” (2014), “Russia in the Polycentric World” (2012), “Strategic Global Outlook – 2030” (2011) and others.