Natalia Bubnova

Head of Content Production
Moscow Center
Natalia Bubnova was head of content production at the Carnegie Moscow Center. She previously served as deputy director for communications at the Carnegie Moscow Center.
 

Education

Ph.D., Institute for U.S. and Canada Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences; M.A., Moscow Institute of International Relations

Languages

English; French; Russian; Spanish

Contact Information

 

Natalia Bubnova is no longer with the Carnegie Endowment.

Natalia Bubnova was head of content production at the Carnegie Moscow Center. She previously served as deputy director for communications at the Carnegie Moscow Center. Before joining the Center in 2005, she worked for six years at audit and consulting firms, first as senior consultant in Price Waterhouse’s Management Consulting Department and later as marketing manager, then director, at Deloitte with responsibility for Russia and the CIS.

From 1992 to 1995, Bubnova was an associate professor at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and associate director of the University’s Center for International Studies. In this role, she co-directed the Center’s international exchange and outreach program.

She regularly participated in TV and radio programs and had a bi-weekly column on Russia in the Rocky Mountain News. Previously, for nearly eight years, she was a research associate at the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute for U.S. and Canada Studies. Bubnova also has extensive editing and translation experience and early in her career worked as interpreter at the Budapest-based Danube Commission.

  • Op-Ed The Moscow Times March 7, 2012
    Why Women Make Russia a Better Place to Live

    Women in modern Russia still face a number of challenges, but Russian women and their Soviet counterparts have always been rather independent and active.

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  • Op-Ed Voenno-Promyshlennyi Kurier February 29, 2012 Русский
    The Fall of Bashar al-Assad’s Regime Is Inevitable

    The regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has lost popular and political credibility, and this will likely result in the regime’s removal from power.

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  • Christmas Spirit Can Give Russia a Lift
    Op-Ed The Moscow Times December 20, 2011
    Christmas Spirit Can Give Russia a Lift

    As Russians move toward the long New Year and Christmas holidays, they hope that the coming year will offer positive change.

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  • Duma Elections: Expert Analysis
    Article December 13, 2011 Русский
    Duma Elections: Expert Analysis

    Tens of thousands of Russians took to the street in protest over voter fraud allegations in the country’s parliamentary elections. It remains to be seen what this public response and the election results will mean for the country’s future.

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  • Russia Shows the World What Doesn't Work
    Op-Ed The Moscow Times November 8, 2011
    Russia Shows the World What Doesn't Work

    By its example, the 1917 Russian Bolshevik Revolution encouraged the West to improve the labor conditions of their workers in the hopes of averting similar social unrest in their own countries.

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  • A Long Time Before Peace in the Holy Land
    Op-Ed Voenno-Promyshlennyi Kurier October 26, 2011 Русский
    A Long Time Before Peace in the Holy Land

    A settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is unlikely in the near term; instead, the world is likely to see, at best, conflict management rather than conflict resolution in the near future.

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  • Economic Crisis, the United States, Europe, and Ru
    Op-Ed Voenno-Promyshlennyi Kurier August 24, 2011 Русский
    Economic Crisis, the United States, Europe, and Russia

    Today, the big economic risks come not from the United States, but from European countries struggling to figure out a long term solution to sovereign debt and the weak institutional underpinnings of the euro.

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  • Feting a Failed Coup and Those Who Resisted
    Op-Ed The Moscow Times August 18, 2011
    Feting a Failed Coup and Those Who Resisted

    Russians should recognize the significance of the popular victory over the August 1991 putsch, which prevented hard-line conservatives from reestablishing authoritarian rule and led to the end of communism in the country.

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  • China: A Dangerous Neighbor or a Trusted Partner?
    Op-Ed Voenno-Promyshlennyi Kurier July 20, 2011 Русский
    China: A Dangerous Neighbor or a Trusted Partner?

    China and Russia share significant common ground on a number of issues, but a number of concerns still shape Sino-Russian bilateral relations.

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  • The Unknown War
    Op-Ed The Moscow Times June 22, 2011
    The Unknown War

    On June 22, 1941, Germany attacked the Soviet Union, beginning what Russians call the Great Patriotic War. 70 years later, the history of the war still remains incomplete.

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  • Carnegie Moscow Center April 8, 2013 Русский
    Missile Defense: Confrontation and Cooperation

    Although the U.S.-Russian recent attempts to agree to a joint missile defense system have failed, the imperatives for such collaboration are increasing. Over the coming decade, the two countries should take steps to integrate missile defense systems into the regimes of nuclear disarmament, nonproliferation, and mutual security.

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  • Moscow: Carnegie Moscow Center October 25, 2012 Русский
    Nuclear Reset: Arms Reduction and Nonproliferation

    The concept of nuclear disarmament as an essential condition for nuclear nonproliferation is again entering the realm of practical politics, but the movement toward nuclear disarmament is extremely difficult and fraught with great dangers.

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  • Moscow: Carnegie Moscow Center August 21, 2012
    World in Their Hands: Ideas From the Next Generation

    Solutions to the challenges facing the global community require sharing fresh ideas about politics, economics, social issues, migration and ethnic conflict, religion, and education.

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  • 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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