Alexander A. Pikayev

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Alexander A. PIKAYEV

TITLES:
· Editor-in-Chief, Nuclear Proliferation Journal
· Co-Chair, Non-Proliferation Program, Carnegie Moscow Center
· Advisor, Office of Vice Chairman, the Duma Defense Committee
· Director, Section on Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, IMEMO

EDUCATION:
· Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Ph.D. in Political Science, 1992
· Moscow State University, M.A. in Political Science, 1984

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
· Chief Counsellor, Office of Deputy Chairman, Defense Committee, State Duma,
1996-1997
· Chief Counsellor, Office of Chairman, Subcommittee on Arms Control and
International Security, State Duma, 1994-1996
· Institute of World Economy and International Relations, since 1984

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
· Co-Chair, Organizing Committee, Moscow International Non-Proliferation Conference, 2000
· Member of Executive Committee, Program on New Approaches for Russia’s Security, Council of Foreign Relations, Washington DC, since 1999
· Member of Advisory Board, Project on Nuclear Transparency, SIPRI, since 2000
· Member of Advisory Council, Oxford Research Group (UK), since 2001
· Member of Expert and Consultative Council, PIR Center, since 2000
· Participant of Carnegie Endowment’s annual conference on Nuclear Non-Proliferation, since 1996
· Coordinator, Project on Global Security, Gorbachev Foundation, 1997-1998
· Member, Commission of the Russian Academy of Sciences on Military Reform, 1996-97
· Member, Committee of Scientists for Global Security, since 1999
· Passed Senior International Defense Resources Management courses at the US  Naval Postgraduate School, 1996
· Visit to NATO HQs in Brussels and Mons as a member of Russian VIP Delegation, 1995;
· recipient of Russian Presidential Scientific Stipend, 1994
· Member, Expert Group of the United Nations Institute of Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), Study on Military Implications of Civil Use of Outer Space, 1990-1992
· Fellowships at Konrad Adenauer Research Institute (1992), the Brookings Institution (1992-93), Monterey Institute of International Studies (1994, 1995)
· Spoke at the German Bundestag International Affairs Committee, British Parliament, North Atlantic Assembly’s Science and Technology Committee, International Institute for Strategic Studies, Royal Institute of International Affairs (UK), Council of Foreign Relations (Washington, DC), Committee for International Security and Arms Control of the US National Academy of Sciences, German Federal Institute of Eastern Research (BIOst), RAND Corporation, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Tokyo Foundation, Carnegie Endowment, Henry L. Stimson Center (US), Frankfurt Peace Research Institute, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Klauzewitz Seminar (Norway), Forum Ost-West (Switzerland), various US and Russian universities
· Attended international conferences and seminars sponsored by: International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS), Japanese Institute of International Affairs, Institute for International Policy Studies (Japan), Harvard University, Stanford University, Princeton University, Ditchley Park, Wilton Park, Pugwash, Gorbachev Foundation, US Government, Science Application International Corporation, Institute for Defense Analysis (US), Institute for Global Conflicts and Cooperation (US), University of Georgia, Technical University of Zurich, Danish Institute of International Affairs (DUPI), Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI), etc.
EDITOR AND AUTHOR:
· “The Rise and Fall of the START II”, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington DC, 1999
· Russia, the US and the Missile Technology Control Regime”, Adelphi Paper series, March 1998
· The Chemical Weapons Convention in Questions and Answers (in Russian),      Moscow, 1998
· Eliminating a Deadly Legacy of the Cold War: Overcoming Obstacles To Russian Chemical Disarmament (in Russian and English), Moscow, 1998
· Compliance to International Regime on Limiting Anti-Missile Weapons: 1993-96. M., 1996 (in Russian)
· Russia’s Missile Power: Past and Present (in Russian), Moscow, 1996
· Disarmament and Security. IMEMO Yearbooks, 1986-2000.

Dr. Pikayev authored dozens of articles printed at: The Washington Quarterly, Nonproliferation Review, Pro et Contra, Nuclear Proliferation Journal, The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Jane’s, Disarmament Diplomacy, MEiMO, New Times, International Life, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Rossiiskaya Gazeta, Obshchaya Gazeta, Moscow News, Izvestiya, SIPRI Yearbook (Russian edition), et al

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