MOSCOW. SEPTEMBER 13, 2021. PIR PRESS. “I have always been interested in doing research work. I was brought up in the spirit that the main value is knowledge, and the main tool for acquiring knowledge is books”, – Dmitri Trenin, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center.
EDITORIAL: Dmitry Vitalievich Trenin, a great friend of the PIR Center, a member of the Advisory Board of the PIR Center since 2002, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, recently celebrated his birthday. In honor of this, we have prepared an interview in which our guest shared his life story, views and thoughts. He told how he built a military career in Germany, worked as a researcher in NATO, became the director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, about the position of Russia in world politics, what a successful international should be, his favorite books and cities, as well as the history of acquaintance with the PIR Center.