Kulikova, Anastasia Y.

Kulikova, Anastasia Y.

City:
Moscow
Affiliation:
PIR Center
Position:
Intern, Education & Training Program

Ungraduated student of National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute) (B.A. in International scientific-technological and commercial-industrial cooperation (expected in 2023)). Currently holds the position of coordinator of the IMO youth unit Scientific Diplomacy Club, and is also a member of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization Youth Group. Within the events of the Scientific Diplomacy Club, participated in two Models of the UN Security Council in the role of China’s representative in 2019 and Vice-President in 2020, as well as in two Models of the NPT Review Conference, representing the interests of France in 2020 and acting as Chairman of the Review Conference in 2021, also took an active part in the Science Diplomacy School in 2019 and 2020. In addition, participates in international scientific conferences, round tables and webinars. In 2020, she became one of the winners of tickets to the event Championing a Nuclear Test Free World, held within the framework of international forum The European Alpbach Forum 2020. In June 2021, successfully completed a 4-week training course Citizen Journalism Academy by Atomic Reporters and CTBT Youth Group, and also participated in the international conference CTBT: Science and Technology 2021, where presented her work (e-poster Science Diplomacy Club: Building Bridges) and served as a journalist covering the conference events (interview with Elena Chernenko, special correspondent from Kommersant Daily Newspaper and Elena Tsyvkunova, Institute of International Relations MEPhI). In October 2021, participated in the round table CTBT at 25 and the Future of the Treaty, organized by the Center for Energy and Security, with the participation of the CTBTO Executive Secretary Robert Floyd. Author of the publication in the Book of abstracts of the international conference CTBT: Science and Technology 2021 MEPhI Science Diplomacy Club: Building Bridges (Book of Abstracts, page 307) (book-of-abstracts.pdf (ctbto.org). Academic interests: global and regional security issues, nuclear policy of the P5 countries, research at the intersection of science and diplomacy, nonproliferation of nuclear weapons and peaceful use of atom. 02\22

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