Vladimir Baranovsky

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Head of Research, Center for Situational Analysis at RAS, member of the Directorate of IMEMO RAS.

Graduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) of the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Doctor of Sciences (History). Russian Academy of Sciences Full Member. Full member of the Academy of Military Sciences.

From 1975 onwards, worked at the IMEMO RAS combining research with lecturing and tutoring at MGIMO. Headed one of the projects undertaken by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), Sweden.

Member of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy. Member of the European Security Forum (ESF), Brussels. Vice-President of the Association for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation. Member of the council of the Russian International Studies Association, and others.

Member of the editorial boards of such journals as World Economy and International Relations and Contemporary Europe.

Author of over 200 scientific papers.

Academic focus: international relations, global security, Russian foreign policy, the integration process in Western Europe.

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Vladimir Baranovsky

Head of Research, Center for Situational Analysis at RAS, member of the Directorate of IMEMO RAS, RAS Full Member, RIAC Member

The US-Russia Reset in Obama's Second Term: A View from Moscow

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