Andrei Ryabov

Scholar-in-Residence
The East East: Partnership Beyond Borders Program
Moscow Center
Ryabov was chair of the Carnegie Moscow Center’s East East: Partnership Beyond Borders Program. He is also the chief editor of the journal World Economy and International Relations and a leading researcher at the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of World Economy and International Relations.
 

Education

Ph.D., history, Moscow State History and Archives Institute
M.A., political history of Russia and the Soviet Union, Moscow State History and Archives Institute

Languages

English; Russian

 

Andrei Ryabov is no longer with the Carnegie Endowment.

Andrei Ryabov was a member of the Carnegie Moscow Center’s Research Council and chair of the Center’s East East: Partnership Beyond Borders Program. He is also the chief editor of the journal World Economy and International Relations and a leading researcher at the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of World Economy and International Relations.

From 1993 to 2002, Ryabov served as deputy director of the Center for Political Science Programs at the Gorbachev Foundation. In addition, he was a political columnist for the newspaper Vek from 1998 to 2002, and was deputy editor-in-chief of the journal Vestnik of the Moscow University (Political Science series). From 1993 to 1996, he was deputy editor-in-chief of the journal Centaur. Ryabov has also worked as a senior researcher at the Department of Modern Russian Political Process at the Moscow State University and at the Center for International Programs at the Russian Independent Institute of Social and National Problems, and as an associate professor in the Sociology Department at the Moscow Mining Institute.

Ryabov is the author of Originality Instead of Modernization: Paradoxes of Russian Politics in the Post-Stabilization Era (Carnegie Moscow Center, 2005), and co-author of some other books on post-communist Russia. He is a corresponding member of the International Informatization Academy and a member of the Russian Political Science Association.

  • Moscow: Carnegie Moscow Center July 5, 2011 Русский
    20 Years Without the Berlin Wall: A Breakthrough to Freedom

    Enormous societal and political shifts 20 years ago opened prospects for a new, united Europe. Despite Russia’s role in this peaceful departure from totalitarianism, the country’s course in the subsequent two decades was not so straightforward. While the demolition of the Berlin Wall is no guarantee of success, democratic transformations are a necessary precondition.

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