Simon Uralov

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Alma materLviv University
Russian/Ukrainian political analyst

Simon Uralov is a Russian-born, L’viv-educated political analyst focused on Eurasian integration. He has worked, on “political and electoral” projects in, among other places, South Ossetia, Transdniestria, Kyiv, and Odessa, where he he was based, at least until the regime change in 2014.


Uralov was born in 1979 in Novosibirsk. He studied at the Lviv University at the Russian Department of the Faculty of Philology, graduating in 2001.


Since 1998, he has been involved in political, election and corporate projects. He worked in Western and Eastern Siberia, South Ossetia, Kyiv, Udmurtia, Odessa, the Komi Republic, St. Petersburg, Kharkov, Transnistria and the rest of Eurasia. [1][2]

His area of ​​interest are: Eurasian integration; real politics; show politics; color revolutions; political technologies.

“There is no other integration than Eurasian for us. This is already understood in Moscow, Minsk and Astana. This means that the core of the new Union has been formed.”[1]


A Document by Simon Uralov

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Why there is no Russian military intervention in Ukrainearticle30 May 2014Russia
The Great Game
2014 Ukraine coup
A geo-political analysis of the developing situation in Ukraine from the perspective of a Russian National who understands the conflicting nature of the tripartite global power block interests (US-Europe-Russia) that will ultimately decide Ukraine's future
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