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Indira Abeldinova

Policy Analyst | abeldinova@ipinst.org

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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