|Elizaveta Egorova is a Research Assistant at the Fund for Peace. Since joining the Fund for Peace in 2012, she has focused on the Transnational Threats program.
Originally from Moscow, Elizaveta finished her B.A. in Psychology, majoring in Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Process. In the United States she completed her Master’s degree in Public Administration, concentrating on a variety of U.S. domestic and foreign policies. Next year, she will complete her PhD in International Politics. She finished writing her dissertation, “The Mental Models in the Expertise of the Military Conflicts: The Case Study of the Mental Models of the Georgia-South Ossetia War by Top Level Russian Experts.” She also has several publications focusing on psychological profiles of world leaders and senior politicians including Vladimir Putin, Dmitriy Medvedev, Viktor Yanukovich, Alexandr Lukashenko, John McCain, and Barack Obama in the U.S. Radnor Geopolitical Report.