Tina Dolbaia is a research associate with the Europe, Russia, and Eurasia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), where she examines and analyzes political, economic, and security developments in Russia and Eurasia. Previously, Tina worked in the international development sector, including at organizations such as Chemonics International and the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE). She holds an MA in Eurasian, Russian, and East European studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where she also worked as a graduate fellow, examining the intersection of the Russian defense and technology sectors, as well as great power competition in Eurasia. Tina is originally from Tbilisi, Georgia, where she obtained her bachelor of science in sociology.
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Out of Stock? Assessing the Impact of Sanctions on Russia’s Defense Industry
Report by Max Bergmann , Maria Snegovaya , Tina Dolbaia , Nick Fenton , and Samuel Bendett (Contributor) — April 14, 2023
Xi Goes to Moscow: A Marriage of Inconvenience?
Commentary by Lily McElwee , Maria Snegovaya , Alexandra Chopenko , and Tina Dolbaia — March 28, 2023
In Georgia, Civil Society Wins against Russia-Style ‘Foreign Agents’ Bill
Critical Questions by Tina Dolbaia and Maria Snegovaya — March 15, 2023
Russia Sanctions at One Year
Report by Maria Snegovaya , Tina Dolbaia , Nick Fenton , and Max Bergmann — February 23, 2023
Russia’s Adaptation Game: Deciphering the Kremlin’s “Humanitarian Policy”
Congressional Testimony by Max Bergmann , Tina Dolbaia , and Nick Fenton — December 14, 2022