Post Graduate Researcher
Nina Rozhanovskaya is a PhD student at the Tomsk State University, Russia (History Department, World Politics Chair) and holds a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from the Central European University, Budapest. She has taken part in the Visiting Fellows Program at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey. At present Nina teaches an introductory course on nonproliferation at her university and coordinates various aspects of the TSU cooperation with the Swedish Nuclear Safety Authority, Stockholm. Her academic interests include nuclear nonproliferation, history of atomic weapons development, foreign policy decision-making, rational choice theory, and European integration.
Address: Tomsk, Russia