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Mira Milosevich-Juaristi

Senior Research Fellow for Russia and Eurasia at the Elcano Royal Institute for International and Strategic Studies and Associate Professor at the IE University, School of Global and Public Affairs (Madrid, Spain)

Mira Milosevich is Senior Research Fellow for Russia and Eurasia at the Elcano Royal Institute for International and Strategic Studies and Associate Professor at the IE University, School of Global and Public Affairs (Madrid, Spain).

Her areas of research are Russian disinformation campaigns as an asymmetric military instrument, the global power competition between Russia, China and the U.S., Russia’s role in international security, European-Russian and American-Russian relations, Russia’s ambitions in the post-Soviet space, the  Balkans, Latin America and the Middle East.

She has authored three books: two of them about the Yugoslav wars (Los Tristes y los Heroes. Las histories de los nacionalistas serbios, 2000 and El trigo de la Guerra. Nacionalismo y Violencia en Kosovo, 2001).  Her most recent book is Breve Historia de la Revolución Rusa (2017, 6 editions). She has contributed as an author to several collective books and publishes regularly opinion articles in the Spanish newspapers, El País, El Mundo and ABC.

She has been advising the European Parlament, the Spanish Parlament, the UK Parlament, NATO’s Joint Air Power Competence Center and STRATCOM on security issues related to Russia.

Milosevich serves on the board of the Transatlantic Relations Initiative, a project of IE University, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and Fundación Rafael del Pino. She is member of the Contact Group on West-Russia relations, and the Action Group Russia-NATO of ELN (European Leadership Network).

She obtained her PhD in European Studies from the University Complutense in Madrid, and bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Political Science from University of Belgrade.

She has a diploma of the Workshop in  Global Leadership of the Harvard Kennedy School (2019) and diploma of the CSIS Executive Course “Understanding Russian Military Today” (2020).