Associate Professor Felix Patrikeeff

Associate Professor Felix Patrikeeff

Felix Patrikeeff completed his BA in History & Government at the University of Essex, and his D.Phil. in International Relations at St Antony’s College, Oxford. Before coming to the University of Adelaide, he taught at the Universities of Warwick, Oxford and Sydney, and from 1993-1994 served as Programme Director, International Studies at Kolej Antarabangsa, Penang, Malaysia. He has researched, supervised and published widely in the areas of Russian/Eurasian & Asian Studies, Geopolitics, Political Economy, Strategic Studies & International Relations. He is the President of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (SA Branch), Vice-President of The Australasian Association for Communist and Post-Communist Studies and is on the Management Committee of The Australasian Society for Inner Asian Studies

  • Strategic culture, leadership and questions of identity in the International Relations of the Asia-Pacific region
  • Hong Kong, China and the political economy of transition and accommodation
  • The politics of Russia borderlands, Central and Inner Asia
  • Émigré politics (with special reference to Russia)
  • The political history of the Russian Far East
  • For a full listing of Felix Patrikeeff's publications, please see attached document


    1. Politics in Exile: Manchuria & the Balance of Power in Northeast Asia, 1924-1931 London & New York: Palgrave Press (2002)
    2. (With P. Jain & G. O'Leary [eds] Crisis and Conflict in Asia New York: Nova Press (2002)
    3. (With A.B. Murphy) The Russian Civil War: Primary Sources New York: St Martin's Press, 2000
    4. Mouldering Pearl: Hong Kong at the Crossroads London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1990 (paperback edition, revised, with additional chapter)
    5. Mouldering Pearl: Hong Kong at the Crossroads London: George Philip & Son, 1989

    CategoriesInternational Relations , Politics & Government
    ExpertiseNorth Korea; Political economy of Asia-Pacific region; Politics of Northeast & Southeast Asia; international politics; international diplomacy; Australian foreign policy; political leadership; war; terrorism; Intelligence Gathering/Analysis; post-socialist politics in Russia and Eastern Europe; Geopolitics of Middle East/Central Asia
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    Entry last updated: Sunday, 24 Jan 2016