Henry Plater-Zyberk

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Henry Plater-Zyberk is senior analyst of the Conflict Studies Research Centre at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Sovietologist[1] and a specialist in Russia and Central Asia.[2][3]

Plater-Zyberk has published more than 20 works in his field of expertise,[4] and given interviews for Reuters, Agentura.ru and Ferghana.ru.[2][3][5]

During his career with the Ministry of Defence (United Kingdom), Plater-Zyberk published on sensitive security issues under the pseudonym of Gordon Bennett.[6]

Selected publications[edit]

  • The RUSI Soviet-Warsaw pact yearbook 1989 (Co-editor) Coulsdon : Jane's Defence Data, 1989. ISBN 978-0-7106-0576-4
  • The Soviet military withdrawal from Central Europe London defence studies, 0961-8422; no. 7, 1991. ASIN B0006EZRNK
  • Can Vladimir Putin Save Russia?. Defence Academy of the United Kingdom. January 2000.
  • Kyrgyzstan Focusing on Security Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, November 2003. ISBN 978-1-904423-53-9
  • Beslan - Lessons Learned?. Defence Academy of the United Kingd. November 2004. ISBN 1-904423-95-7
  • Tajikistan: Waiting for a storm? Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, May 2004. ISBN 1-904423-74-4
  • Who's Afraid of the SCO? Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, March 2007. ISBN 978-1-905962-08-2
  • Russia's reaction to the American tragedy. Defence Academy of the United Kingdom. ISBN 1-903584-43-4
  • Kyrgyzstan After Akayev Defence Academy of the United Kingdom
  • Russia's Special Forces Defence Academy of the United Kingdom

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