Dmitri Trenin

Director
Moscow Center

Trenin, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, has been with the center since its inception. He also chairs the research council and the Foreign and Security Policy Program.

Dmitri Trenin, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, has been with the center since its inception. He also chairs the research council and the Foreign and Security Policy Program.

He retired from the Russian Army in 1993. From 1993–1997, Trenin held a post as a senior research fellow at the Institute of Europe in Moscow. In 1993, he was a senior research fellow at the NATO Defense College in Rome.

He served in the Soviet and Russian armed forces from 1972 to 1993, including experience working as a liaison officer in the external relations branch of the Group of Soviet Forces (stationed in Potsdam) and as a staff member of the delegation to the U.S.-Soviet nuclear arms talks in Geneva from 1985 to 1991. He also taught at the War Studies Department of the Military Institute from 1986 to 1993.

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  • All Change in the Russian-Western Strategic Climate
    • Sunday, February 14, 2016

    All Change in the Russian-Western Strategic Climate

    The current confrontation between the West and Russia will continue. Within that confrontation, however, a degree of cooperation is possible.

  • Russia’s New National Strategy
    • Friday, August 22, 2014

    Russia’s New National Strategy

    The Kremlin’s revamped national strategy has important consequences for Russia’s neighbors, especially the EU.

  • Ukraine Is Not the Only Battlefield Between Russia and the West
    • Friday, March 21, 2014

    Ukraine Is Not the Only Battlefield Between Russia and the West

    What originated as the European Union’s modest Eastern Partnership program is likely to be the end of the notion of the “lands between” Russia and the EU.

  • Enter Germany, a New Great Power in Eurasia
    • Friday, February 14, 2014

    Enter Germany, a New Great Power in Eurasia

    German leaders have begun to talk of a more assertive role for Berlin in the world. Other global players should seize the chance to work closely with the new Germany.

  • Getting EU-Russia Relations Back on Track
    • Friday, January 17, 2014

    Getting EU-Russia Relations Back on Track

    The notion of progressively closer ties between Russia and the EU is no longer viable. Brussels urgently needs to develop a new set of objectives and strategies toward Moscow.

  • A New Pattern of Cooperation Creates Hope for Iran, Syria
    • Thursday, November 21, 2013

    A New Pattern of Cooperation Creates Hope for Iran, Syria

    After years of strife, agreement seems possible on Iran’s nuclear program and Syria’s civil war. The key is highly pragmatic cooperation based on national interests.

  • Russia’s Chance in the U.S.-Iranian Rapprochement
    • Friday, October 04, 2013

    Russia’s Chance in the U.S.-Iranian Rapprochement

    The emerging rapprochement between Washington and Tehran creates a potential opportunity for Russia’s Vladimir Putin to boost his country’s international standing.

  • After the German Election: The Need for a New Ostpolitik
    • Friday, September 06, 2013

    After the German Election: The Need for a New Ostpolitik

    The EU needs a new strategy on Russia that is informed by Europe’s values and focuses on Europe’s interests. But first, Germany needs to show more foreign policy leadership.

  • Whither New Eastern Europe?
    • Friday, July 12, 2013

    Whither New Eastern Europe?

    EU-Russia relations have entered a new phase. That will have important consequences for Europe’s Eastern neighbors, which will need to make a choice between east and west.

  • The Astonishing Likeness of Turkey and Russia
    • Friday, June 14, 2013

    The Astonishing Likeness of Turkey and Russia

    Erdogan is being challenged by an urban, secular minority—just as Putin was eighteen months ago. The EU urgently needs to craft a strategy toward its two biggest neighbors.

Education

PhD, Institute of the USA and Canada, Russian Academy of Sciences

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