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Andrey Baklitskiy is a Consultant at PIR Center, Moscow. He is also a Visiting Research Fellow at CSIS, in Washington DC and a Research Fellow at the Center for Global Trends and International Organizations of the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry. Mr. Baklitskiy is a columnist for the Russian newspapers RBC and Kommersant and the website of the Carnegie Moscow Center. Mr. Baklitskiy has previously served as PIR Center «Russia and Nuclear Nonproliferation» Program Director. He was the Editor-in-Chief of monthly e-bulletin “Yaderny Kontrol” (“Nuclear Control”). He took part in the sessions of the Nonproliferation Treaty Preparatory Committee in 2013-2014 and the Review Conference in 2015. Mr. Baklitskiy holds a specialist degree in regional studies from the Urals Federal University. His sphere of scientific interest includes international security, arms control, nuclear nonproliferation, US-Russian relations and the Middle East.
Andrey Baklitskiy, Consultant, PIR Center; Visiting Research Fellow, CSIS
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The activities of the Working Group on the Future of U.S.-Russia Relations have been made possible with support from Carnegie Corporation of New York, Open Society Foundations, the MacArthur Foundation, the Valdai International Discussion Club, and Mr. John Cogan.
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