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Curriculum vitae. Vladimir Lukov

18 Сентября 2016, 17:48

Curriculum vitae. Vladimir Lukov

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Academician,
Ph. D. in History
Vladimir Lukov


Moscow, Russia

<h1>Curriculum vitae</h1>
Vladimir Lukov, born in Moscow (Oct. 2, 1947), A Lead Researcher, Free-Lance Journalist on IT.
Mail Address: Moscow 115419, Shabolovka, <nobr class="phone">65-2-67,</nobr> phones — <nobr class="phone">7-495-9524414,</nobr> <nobr class="phone">7-495-9547976,
mobile</nobr> phone (in Moscow) — <nobr class="phone">8-916-199-81-99.</nobr> E-mail: vlukov@dol.ru; 9524414@gmail.com

Recent Positions — Head of the Dept. of Counter-Terrorism Culture at the World University of Culture
(Germany), 2004 — up to 2008; General Director, The Counter-Terrorism Centre, NCO, Moscow, Russia,
2004 — 2016.

A Free-Lance tutor for kids and adults in History and/or American English, 1999- up to now.
Professional Experience:

Since early 1970s — up to now — a professional interpreter, an independent expert on Defence Conversion,
nuclear energy innovations, international affairs, IT and NGOs.

Key Positions: an Acting Member (Academician) of the Russian Federation’s Academy of Security,
Defence and Law-Enforcement Problems, a member of the Moscow Union of Journalists, a member of
Moscow House of Scientists;

Since 1999 up to 2005 — a political-military observer at the German Radio Station «Deutsche Welle,» (see,
programs for two radio-magazines «Focus» and «The core of the problem» — «Суть дела» — www.dw-
world.de).

Since 2000 — up to now, a regular author of the popular magazine «The Planet of Internet»
(www.planeta.ru), www.kasparov.ru , www.politexpert.org, www.openrussia.com ,
http://russiancounterterror.blogspot.ru/ .

Since 2001-2009 — a member of a Study Group «Future of NATO» and initiator of establishing NATO-
Russia analytical contacts for combating nuclear/radiological terrorism.

2005 — 2008, a Lead Researcher of the Dept. of Applied Mathematics at the Russian State Social
University.

2003-2005 — A Lead researcher of the Military-Political Department at the Institute of the USA and
Canada Studies, Russian Academy of Science.

2000 — 2003 — Senior Science Editor of the web-site of the Media-Center «Atomium» under the auspices
of the Ministry of Nuclear Energy (Minatom) of the Russian Federation (see — www.minatom.ru) .

1998 — up to 2002 — A Senior Researcher at the Center ISTINA (Internet Monitoring on Science & High-
Techs priorities of the G-8 and other countries).

1996 — 1998 — Senior Expert on civil-military relations of the Analytical Service of the Russian
Information Agency-«Novosty»;

1995 — 1996 — Associate Professor at the Department of International Policy and Political History of
Russia of Academy of State Governance under President of the Russian Federation.

1994-1995 — A Moscow-based advisor of the US Foundation «Counterpart» on NGOs in Russia;

1993-1994 — Director, Dept. of Political-Military Conversion in Russia & USA at the World Human
Dimension Foundation (Moscow);

1991-1993 — Program Director on Christian business ethics in Russia at the Intellectual Business Center
«Harmony» and Center of All-Human Values, Moscow;

1990-1991 — A Visiting scholar at the Brookings Institution, Maryland University (Wash. D.C., USA) and
the RAND Corp. (LA, CA).

<h2>Education:</h2>
1997 — International Summer School in Political Science and International Relations in Poland (Two
Diploma on International Political Economy and Transition to Democracy).

1996 — Summer University of Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. A diploma for a course
«Actors or Structures? Obstacles to Stabilization of New Democracies.»

1966-1971 — Institute of Oriental Languages under the auspices of Moscow State University (History of
Africa, a Diploma of the BA on the role of the Military in Nigeria).

<h2>Professional skills and interests:</h2>IT initiatives in Russia and NATO countries for Defence conversion
programs to establish civilized businesses in Russia & CIS (developing Internet tools of early-warning
systems and business security networking, monitoring & evaluation over «grey zones»).
The author of three books «Social and Mathematic Tools of Public Security Monitoring & Evaluation for
Russian Regional Subjects», Moscow 2006; «International Terrorism: New Approaches of Russian
Scientists (Relevant Issues of Public Prevention of Terrorism), Moscow, 2007 (pp.328);
— a monograph «Perspectives of Soft Power in Russia» (forthcoming in 2017), pp. 606.
Other skills: Fluent English, excellent communicator and organizer, active user of computer programs
(Windows, INTERNET searching software), a driving license.

<h2>Marriage status</h2> -Kulikova-Lukova, Elena, 1970, a wife;

Two daughters: Olga (33, married), and Apollinaria (a 18 year old student).

<h2>Hobbies:</h2> Tennis, Karate, and Jazz.

During the1990s-2016, Dr Vladimir Lukov conducted a set of projects on the role of the Military
Electorate, Military Criminality and Military Regionalism in election processes in the Russian Federation.
Results were published in several working papers at conferences of the International Political Science
Association and the US All-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society.

At the Institute of USA and Canada Studies of the Russian Academy of Science Dr Vladimir Lukov
finished a work on Radiological Terrorism prevention, which was partly reported at the Conference on
Counter-Terrorism in November 2004 (www.counterterrorismcenter.ru — now it does not exist).
— «Ends and Means of Counter-Terrorism: New Human Intelligence», a report at the Euro Atlantic
Security Study Group (EASSG) 19th Meeting, 19-21 September 2004, 18 pages;

— «Counter-Terrorism Capability: Radiological Threats Prevention» in Crisis Management Concepts,
Capabilities and Mechanisms in the Euro-Atlantic Areas, Proceedings of the 18h Meeting of the Euro-
Atlantic Security Study Group in Bologna, 19-20 April 2004, pp. 12-30;

— «Initiating people’s Human Intelligence in Counter-Terrorism» at The 20-th Meeting of the European
Security Study, Berlin, Febr.8-9, 2005.

— «The Virtual Silk Way Factor in the Enlargement of NATO», a report at the Conference «All About
Prague and Copenhagen: What’s Next?» European Security Study Group, Conference proceedings of the
14th meeting at the NATO School (SHAPE), 27/28 Jan., 2003, pp. 91-99;

— «Civil-Military Relations in Russia after the 9/11 events: From Nuclear Deterrence of Great Powers to
Their Collective Restrain of Nuclear Terrorism» at the «Globalization of Civil-Military Relations:
Democratization, Reform and Security», Bucharest, 2002, pp.608-630;

— «On the US model of „Peaceful Atom“ in the XXI-st Century» in Russian, see Bulletin of Nuclear
Energy ( 3, 2004, стр. 73-79);

— «New Aspects of Nuclear Terrorism» in Russian, see an IMEMO (The Institute of World Economy and
International Relations) Journal, 3, 2003;

— «Peaceful Atom in the Market Economy: the USA case-study», see an IMEMO Journal, 12, 2004;
— «Peaceful Atom» in US Economy: new nuclear aspects of the World Economy and Policy", The USA
& Canada Studies Journal: Economy, Policy, Culture«, 9, 2004;

— «The role of Internet in the US Presidential Elections», ibid., 4, 2005;

— «Counter-Terrorism in the Cyber-Space », in Russian, a Magazine «The Planet of Internet», 12, 2004
— www.planeta.ru (it does not exist) .

— «Black» and «Grey» Internet, in Russian, see, «The Planet of Internet», 11-12, 2006.

— A monograph «Sociological and Mathematic Tools of Public Security Monitoring & Evolution for
Russian Regional Subjects», by Michael Dmitriev, Vladimir Lukov and Alexander Petrov, Moscow, 2006
(pp.294);

— a monograph «International Terrorism: New Approaches of Russian Scientists (Relevant Issues of Public
Prevention of Terrorism), Moscow, 2007 (pp.328);

— a monograph «Perspective of Soft Power in Russia» (forthcoming in 2017), pp. 606
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