Dumitru Minzarari

Dr. Dumitru Minzarari is a Lecturer in Security Studies at the Baltic Defense College. Before this, he was a research associate with the German Institute for International and Security Affairs in Berlin, covering Russia’s domestic, foreign and security policies. Dr. Minzarari also had tenures both as a fellow and visiting scholar with the research division of the NATO Defense College in Rome. He received a PhD in political science from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and an MA in international affairs from Columbia University in New York. Previously, he worked as the Secretary of State (for defense policy and international cooperation) with the Moldovan Ministry of Defense; held expert positions in OSCE field missions in Georgia, Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan; and worked with a number of think tanks in Eastern Europe.

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    Russia Refocuses Its Efforts on Drawing in Moldova

    Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree, on July 11, appointing Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak his “Representative for the development of commercial-economic relations with the Republic of Moldova” (Pravo.gov.ru,

    EDM analysts cited in Eurasia Review article

    Jamestown analysts Roger McDermott, Vladimir Socor, Pavel Felgenhauer, Georgiy Voloshin, Richard Weitz, and Dumitru Minzarari were cited in an article by Ariel Cohen in Eurasia Review.