Lesnaya 7, 11th floor, Belye Sady (Block A), Moscow
Dear CERBA Members and Partners,
CERBA, jointly with AmCham, is happy to invite you to the upcoming
High-Level Speaker Briefing with Dmitry Trenin, the Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center
During his speech, Dr. Trenin will talk about Carnegie Moscow Center's future insights into the prospects for U.S.-Russia relations, macroeconomic trends, and the policy outlook.
DATE: Friday, 5 October 2018
TIME: 10:00 AM
VENUE: AmCham Russia office (Lesnaya 7, 11th floor, Belye Sady (Block A)) (view on map)
ADMISSION: Free-of-chargeRSVP: Please confirm your participation to [email protected], specifying your full name, company, position, and contact information.
ATTENTION: Due to limited space, registration priority is given to CERBA Members.
This session will be moderated by Alexis Rodzianko, President of AmCham Russia; and Nathan Hunt, CERBA Moscow Chairman.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Dmitri V. Trenin, Ph.D., is Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center (since 2008) and a Senior Associate of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Before joining Carnegie in 1994 he served in the Soviet and Russian army. Col. Trenin’s postings included Iraq (with the military assistance group, 1975-76), Germany (liaison with the Western powers in Berlin, 1978-83), and Switzerland (INF and START talks,1985-91). For several years, Trenin taught area studies at the Defense University in Moscow from which he graduated in 1977. He was also a senior fellow at NATO Defense College (1993) and, upon retirement from the military, a visiting professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (1993-1994). From 1994-1997, Trenin was also a senior research fellow at the Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of Sciences.