Vadim Kozyulin

Kozyulin Vadim

Vadim Kozyulin is the Director of the Emerging Technologies and Global Security Project as well as the Asian Security Project with the PIR Center, and the President of the Centre russe d’études politiques (Switzerland). He holds Ph.D. degree from the Academy of Military Science.

Dr. Kozyulin accomplished the Management of Military and Technical Cooperation Program in the Russian Academy for Foreign Trade and defended a thesis on Military Technical Cooperation as a Mechanism of Regional Stability in Central Asia.

Vadim Kozyulin used to work in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR and later Russia, in the Moscow News Review before joining the PIR Center independent think-tank in 1994.

His research interests are arms control arms control, modern military technologies, armed conflicts, illegal arms trade, international initiatives to combat the illicit arms trade, military and technical cooperation, and security in Central Asia and Afghanistan.
He is the author of more than 300 publications on issues of international security and arms control.

Vadim Kozyulin is a panelist of the International Panel on the Regulation of Autonomous Weapons Systems.

Technology and International Relations