Dr. Marc Ozawa is a visiting scholar of the Research Division at NATO Defense College. His current research examines the role of trust in international relations, NATO-Russian relations, the geopolitics of energy, and Russian and Eurasian affairs.
He has previously held teaching, research and editorial positions at the University of Cambridge, IHS CERA, Yale University, and the Yale Journal of International Affairs. Marc has taught and supervised both undergraduate and graduate level students in the subjects of international relations, the geopolitics of energy and intrastate conflict.
He has published works on Russia’s relations with its neighbors, energy security and European-Russian relations. Marc is the co-editor of a forthcoming book titled, In Search of Good Energy Policy (Cambridge University Press) and is completing a book on European-Russian relations. He recently co-authored and lead a multidisciplinary group on Russian-Chinese energy cooperation called, the “Power of Siberia: a pipeline good for whom?”, and co-authored a chapter with Michael Pollitt on conducting multidisciplinary research (both chapters forthcoming in In Search of Good Energy Policy from CUP).
Marc is a graduate of the University of Alaska (BA), Yale University (MA) and the University of Cambridge (MSt, PhD). Additionally, he conducted coursework at Lomonosov Moscow State University and North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk.