Michał Lubina

Research Fellow

Michał Lubina is a political scientist, and associate professor at the Institute of Middle and Far East, Jagiellonian University (JU), Kraków, Poland. He studied Russian Studies & Far Eastern Studies at JU as well as on exchange programs in St.Petersburg, Moscow, and Minsk and on scholarship in Beijing, PR China (2009/2010). He received both his Ph.D. (2014) and habilitation (2020) in political science from Jagiellonian University. He was visiting professor at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok (2018) and, as Taiwan Fellow, at National Chengchi University in Taipei, Republic of China (2022). In 2008-2020 he also worked in tourism and was responsible for China & Myanmar which allowed him to regularly visit these and other Asian countries. In his research he mostly focuses on contemporary Myanmar/Burma and on Russia-China relations. He is the author of nine books, three on Russia-China, six on Myanmar, including A Political Biography of Aung San Suu Kyi: A Hybrid Politician(Routledge, 2020), The Moral Democracy (2019), translated into Burmese and published in Myanmar just before the coup, and Russia and China. A Political Marriage of Convenience. Successful and Stable (2017) as well as over 100 articles on Asian and Eurasian topics. Research interests: Myanmar/Burma, Russia-China relations, Southeast Asia, political transition, female political leadership


Written Articles

What Do Bangladeshis Really Think of the Rohingya?
CEIAS Insights Feb 15, 2023
What Do Bangladeshis Really Think of the Rohingya?

Michał Lubina, Kristina Kironska


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