Dmitri Trenin
Director, Carnegie Moscow Center


The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace ended its affiliation with Dmitri Trenin in early 2022.

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Carnegie Connects: Understanding Putin and Ukraine With Dmitri Trenin
February 22, 2022

Dmitri Trenin joins Aaron to talk all about the Ukraine crisis and dissects Putin's strategy.

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Russia Entering a 'plateau of tension' in Ukraine

Putin has reviewed what has been achieved with the backing of military force, and he has decided the US has produced something which is diplomatically and politically very worthwhile.

· February 15, 2022
Mapping Russia’s New Approach to the Post-Soviet Space

The geopolitical retreat that Russia began three decades ago has ended, and a new policy of selective expansion based on Russia’s national interests has commenced.

· February 15, 2022
Discussing Russia-Ukraine Tensions with Dmitri Trenin

In this episode, Dmitri Trenin joins Rudra Chaudhuri to discuss the tensions between Russia and Ukraine. Together, they take a closer look at the current impasse and the geopolitics shaping it.

· February 10, 2022
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How Does the Russia-Ukraine Crisis Look From Moscow?

NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Dmitri Trenin, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, about Russia's options as world powers try to deter President Putin from an invasion of Ukraine.

· February 2, 2022
Are We On the Brink of War? An Interview With Dmitri Trenin

Following Moscow’s demands for security guarantees from the United States and NATO, Carnegie Moscow Center director Dmitri Trenin was interviewed by Kommersant’s Elena Chernenko about Russia’s future steps with regard to Ukraine and the West.

· January 29, 2022
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The Ukraine Crisis: A View From Moscow

But when you sit in Moscow, the only likely scenario for a military flare-up seems to be an attempt by Ukraine to gain territory in Donbas or to provoke the Russians into doing something larger than usual in the Donbas area

· January 27, 2022
What a Week of Talks Between Russia and the West Revealed

Moscow’s demands of the United States and NATO are in fact the strategic goals of Russian policy in Europe. If Russia cannot achieve them by diplomatic means, it will resort to other methods.

· January 20, 2022
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Ukraine is Putin’s ‘Last Stand’, Says Russia Expert

There'll be an answer coming from Washington and although this diplomatic round has come to an end, more or less the way it was supposed to be, this is not the end of the story.

· January 13, 2022
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U.S., Russia Begin Tense Talks Amid Stark Disagreements Over Ukraine

But the important thing is that Moscow's agenda needs to be at the core of the negotiations.

· January 10, 2022