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Andrei Kolesnikov
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RUSSIAN DOMESTIC POLITICS AND POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS PROGRAM
CARNEGIE MOSCOW CENTER
Andrei Kolesnikov is a senior fellow and the chair of the Russian Domestic Politics and Political Institutions Program at the Carnegie Moscow Center. His research focuses on the major trends shaping Russian domestic politics, with particular focus on the fallout from the Ukraine crisis and ideological shifts inside Russian society.
Kolesnikov also works with the Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy and is a frequent contributor for Vedomosti, Gazeta.ru, and Forbes.ru. He sits on the board of the Yegor Gaidar Foundation and is a member of the Committee of Civil Initiatives (the Alexei Kudrin Committee).
Kolesnikov has worked for a number of leading Russian publications. He previously was the managing editor of Novaya Gazeta newspaper and served as deputy editor in chief of Izvestia and The New Times.
Kolesnikov has taught courses on journalism and modern media at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.
He has won numerous journalism awards, including the Russian Golden Quill (Zolotoye Pero Rossii) Award, the Adam Smith Prize, and the Federal Press Agency Award.
Kolesnikov is author of several books, including a biography of Anatoly Chubais and an analysis of how speechwriters have impacted history.
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MA, Moscow State University, Law Department, 1987
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