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Dmitry Stefanovich

Russian International Affairs Council Expert

Dmitry Stefanovich is a Russian International Affairs Council Expert and a non-resident Fellow with IFSH Hamburg. His main research interests are disruptive technologies challenging strategic stability and the logic behind the development and deployment of new strategic weapons.

He has written articles on global security, strategic stability, nuclear weapons and military applications of emerging technologies. He has contributed to events hosted by the Federation Council of the Russian Federation, King’s College London, RUSI, UNODA, SIPRI, UNIDIR, IISS and Pugwash.


Content by Dmitry Stefanovich


Controlling missiles in a post-INF world

Ground-launched cruise missiles are not the main military issue, as their effect on strategic stability remains limited. Greater problems will arise as soon as Russia and the US start the testing, production and deployment of intermediate-range ballistic missiles.

1 May 2019 | Dmitry Stefanovich
Global Security

Post-Helsinki Opportunities for New START and the INF Treaty?

Independent expert Dmitry Stefanovich argues that the Helsinki Summit could herald the beginning of a new phase in US-Russia arms control. By analysing current bilateral disputes over the existing arms control treaties, New START and INF, Stefanovich proposes a number of recommendations to advance the current stalemate.

25 July 2018 | Dmitry Stefanovich
Euro-Atlantic Security