Anatoly Reshetnikov joined CEU’s Doctoral School in 2012. In his current project, Anatoly is reconstructing the evolution of Russia’s age-old idea of being a great power. His broader research interests include identity politics, history of ideas, linguistic approaches to social analysis, contemporary Russian politics, the concept of responsibility in international relations, and new institutionalised techniques of political control and resistance, such as political trolling. In addition to working at CEU, Anatoly held research fellowships at University College London and Lund University. He also taught at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. In 2017-2018, in addition to finalizing his dissertation, Anatoly teaches a course on the Key Concepts of Russian Foreign Policy and provides Research Design and Methods training to International Relations MA students.