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Indira Abeldinova joined IPI in August 2013. As IPI’s Policy Analyst, Indira focuses on the impact of energy on security and promotion of energy cooperation to prevent and defuse energy-related conflicts. Indira also works with research projects related to the promotion of regional cooperation in Central Asian countries.Indira holds a Master’s Degree in International Relations from the University of Nottingham with focus on ethnic conflicts in the Caucasus region, and is a graduate of the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna in Master of Advanced International Studies Program. She is bilingual in Russian and English.
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The Global Observatory
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