|Name Aleksey Pushkov|
|Spouse Nina Pushkova|
|Full Name Aleksei Konstantinovich Pushkov|
Born 10 August 1954 (age 61)Beijing, China (1954-08-10)
Alma mater Moscow State Institute of International Relations
Education Moscow State Institute of International Relations
Aleksey Konstantinovich Pushkov (Russian: Алексе́й Константи́нович Пушко́в; born 10 August 1954) is the Russian politician, Senator from Perm Krai since 29 September 2016. Former Deputy of the State Duma, former head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the State Duma, the lower house of the Russian Parliament.
From 2008 to 2011, Pushkov was the Director of the Institute of Contemporary International Studies at the Diplomatic Academy of Russia. He was elected to the Duma on 4 December 2011 on the United Russia Party list.
Pushkov is a Professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. He has the title of honoris causa from the Moscow University for the Humanities, the Russian-Armenian State University (Yerevan), and the Azerbaijan University of Languages.
Since 1998, Pushkov has been the lead author of the information and analytical program, Postscriptum, on TV channel TV Tsentr.
In 2014, Pushkov suggested that Petro Poroshenko dismiss Andrii Deshchytsia, who was accused by Sergei Lavrov of calling Vladimir Putin a dickhead during the rioting near the Russian Embassy in Ukraine. He also said that if this issue is not resolved, Russia will have the right to cut down gas supplies to the neighboring nation.
Pushkov is fluent in French and English.