Liliya Khasanova is a post-doctoral fellow at the International Law Center at the Nanterre University in Paris, France.
Liliya was a graduate research fellow at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and visiting fellow at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) before earning her Ph.D. in international public law from Kazan Federal University in Russia.
Liliya's research is centered around various facets of international negotiations: from legal aspects to social and humanitarian impact. In international public law, she studies interstate negotiation processes in the context of cyberspace. Her other project is focused on the peaceful reconciliation of ethnic conflicts in Russia, providing empirical research on the independence movement of Tatars in Russia during the collapse of the Soviet Union.