After having studied political science for three years at Sciences Po Lyon (France), Tanguy is a current Erasmus Mundus Master’s candidate in Central & East European, Russian & Eurasian Studies at the Universities of Tartu and Glasgow. During his studies, Tanguy had the opportunity to do an exchange semester at the Higher School of Economics of Moscow (online due to the Covid-19 pandemic) and to complete an Erasmus exchange at the University of Vilnius in Lithuania. In parallel, Tanguy has carried out several internships and volunteer work as a cultural mediation assistant, editor for an online newspaper, and project coordinator in France and Ukraine. Tanguy’s favourite research topics include cultural diplomacy, minorities rights, and EU-EaP countries relations.
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