Dmitry Stefanovich is a Visiting Fellow at the IFSH. He studied International Relations at the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI in Moscow, focusing on international scientific and technological cooperation. Since 2016, he has been a Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) expert and an independent military observer.


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Dmitry Stefanovich contributes to the technological and military aspects of the "Arms Control and Emerging Technologies" project at IFSH, focusing on the new technologies challenging strategic stability and the logic behind the development and deployment of new strategic weapons. He has published over 60 articles on global security, strategic stability, nuclear weapons and military applications of emerging technologies, including European Leadership Network commentaries and papers for The Diplomat magazine.
Dmitry has participated in events hosted by Federation Council of the Russian Federation, HSE University, MGIMO University, ISKRAN, King’s College London, RUSI, UNODA, SIPRI, and has contributed to projects by VICE News and the BBC World Service.

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Dmitry Stefanovich is one of the Russian experts for nuclear weapons, missiles and military. Read his short presentation (PDF file) about the new Russian second-strike systems here.

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