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US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul: highlights

February 04, 2014, 18:27 UTC+3
US ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul is leaving his post after the Olympic games in Sochi
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 Michael McFaul graduated from Stanford University specializing in international relations and slavic languages, completed his Ph.D. study at Oxford University
 Michael McFaul graduated from Stanford University specializing in international relations and slavic languages, completed his Ph.D. study at Oxford University
Michael McFaul graduated from Stanford University specializing in international relations and slavic languages, completed his Ph.D. study at Oxford University
© Photo ITAR-TASS/Denis Vyshinsky
A well-known specialist in Eastern Europe, McFaul visited USSR and Russia many times. Photo: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, second right, speaks with the US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, right, during a walk in Red Square, May 2013
A well-known specialist in Eastern Europe, McFaul visited USSR and Russia many times. Photo: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, second right, speaks with the US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, right, during a walk in Red Square, May 2013
A well-known specialist in Eastern Europe, McFaul visited USSR and Russia many times. Photo: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, second right, speaks with the US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, right, during a walk in Red Square, May 2013
© AP Photo/Mladen Antonov, Pool
Michael McFaul was sworn-in as Ambassador to Russia by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the State Department in Washington on Jan. 10, 2012
Michael McFaul was sworn-in as Ambassador to Russia by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the State Department in Washington on Jan. 10, 2012
Michael McFaul was sworn-in as Ambassador to Russia by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the State Department in Washington on Jan. 10, 2012
© AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin
"After more than five years working in the Obama administration, it is time to go home,” Michael McFaul noted in his Livejournal blog. Photo: U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul delivers a speech during the Election Night reception
"After more than five years working in the Obama administration, it is time to go home,” Michael McFaul noted in his Livejournal blog. Photo: U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul delivers a speech during the Election Night reception
"After more than five years working in the Obama administration, it is time to go home,” Michael McFaul noted in his Livejournal blog. Photo: U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul delivers a speech during the Election Night reception
© AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev
48-year-old McFaul is considered the “architect” of the “reset” policy between Moscow and Washington. However, he is not a career diplomat. Photo: McFaul at a reception to celebrate the US Independence Day at the American embassy in Moscow
48-year-old McFaul is considered the “architect” of the “reset” policy between Moscow and Washington. However, he is not a career diplomat. Photo: McFaul at a reception to celebrate the US Independence Day at the American embassy in Moscow
48-year-old McFaul is considered the “architect” of the “reset” policy between Moscow and Washington. However, he is not a career diplomat. Photo: McFaul at a reception to celebrate the US Independence Day at the American embassy in Moscow
© ITAR-TASS/Valery Sharifulin
Head of US diplomatic mission explained his decision to leave by a longtime separation with his wife and sons that are currently in the US. Photo: from left, wife Donna and sons Luke and Cole
Head of US diplomatic mission explained his decision to leave by a longtime separation with his wife and sons that are currently in the US. Photo: from left, wife Donna and sons Luke and Cole
Head of US diplomatic mission explained his decision to leave by a longtime separation with his wife and sons that are currently in the US. Photo: from left, wife Donna and sons Luke and Cole
© AP Photo/Harry Hamburg
McFaul is a known supporter of the Obama administration. Photo: a guest poses with a cutaway board depicting Barack Obama during the Election Night reception at Michael McFaul's residence
McFaul is a known supporter of the Obama administration. Photo: a guest poses with a cutaway board depicting Barack Obama during the Election Night reception at Michael McFaul's residence
McFaul is a known supporter of the Obama administration. Photo: a guest poses with a cutaway board depicting Barack Obama during the Election Night reception at Michael McFaul's residence
© AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev
Michael McFaul (second left), with wife Donna (second right) stand to the national anthem at a reception to celebrate the US Independence Day
Michael McFaul (second left), with wife Donna (second right) stand to the national anthem at a reception to celebrate the US Independence Day
Michael McFaul (second left), with wife Donna (second right) stand to the national anthem at a reception to celebrate the US Independence Day
© Photo ITAR-TASS/Valery Sharifulin
Professor of Politology and the author of more than 20 books, McFaul is planning to work at Stanford University
Professor of Politology and the author of more than 20 books, McFaul is planning to work at Stanford University
Professor of Politology and the author of more than 20 books, McFaul is planning to work at Stanford University
© ITAR-TASS/Valery Sharifulin
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Michael McFaul graduated from Stanford University specializing in international relations and slavic languages, completed his Ph.D. study at Oxford University
© Photo ITAR-TASS/Denis Vyshinsky
A well-known specialist in Eastern Europe, McFaul visited USSR and Russia many times. Photo: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, second right, speaks with the US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, right, during a walk in Red Square, May 2013
© AP Photo/Mladen Antonov, Pool
Michael McFaul was sworn-in as Ambassador to Russia by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the State Department in Washington on Jan. 10, 2012
© AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin
"After more than five years working in the Obama administration, it is time to go home,” Michael McFaul noted in his Livejournal blog. Photo: U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul delivers a speech during the Election Night reception
© AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev
48-year-old McFaul is considered the “architect” of the “reset” policy between Moscow and Washington. However, he is not a career diplomat. Photo: McFaul at a reception to celebrate the US Independence Day at the American embassy in Moscow
© ITAR-TASS/Valery Sharifulin
Head of US diplomatic mission explained his decision to leave by a longtime separation with his wife and sons that are currently in the US. Photo: from left, wife Donna and sons Luke and Cole
© AP Photo/Harry Hamburg
McFaul is a known supporter of the Obama administration. Photo: a guest poses with a cutaway board depicting Barack Obama during the Election Night reception at Michael McFaul's residence
© AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev
Michael McFaul (second left), with wife Donna (second right) stand to the national anthem at a reception to celebrate the US Independence Day
© Photo ITAR-TASS/Valery Sharifulin
Professor of Politology and the author of more than 20 books, McFaul is planning to work at Stanford University
© ITAR-TASS/Valery Sharifulin

US ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul is leaving his post after the Olympic games in Sochi. Highlights of his life in Russia in this photo gallery by ITAR-TASS.

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