Lecturer in the Department of War Studies, King's College London,
Dr Natasha Kuhrt is a Lecturer in International Peace & Security in the Department of War Studies. After gaining a BA first-class Hons in Russian & German language and literature followed by an MA in Soviet Studies at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies (University of London), she spent several years publishing before obtaining a PhD at UCL on Russian Policy Towards China and Japan. Dr Kuhrt joined King’s as a visiting lecturer in the Law School in 2002, before going full time in the Department of War Studies in 2009.
In 2011 she established the British International Studies Association Working Group on Russian & Eurasian Security within BISA, and she remains co-convenor of this active group with two colleagues at Open University and Glasgow University.
Dr Kuhrt is a member of BISA, Chatham House, ISA, ASEN and BASEES.