Andrey Vladimirovich Kolesnikov

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Andrey Vladimirovich Kolesnikov (Russian: Андрей Владимирович Колесников) is a Russian journalist, an author of a series of books about Anatoly Chubais.

He worked in Izvestia, and since 1988 he had been a deputy editor of The New Times (Russia). He is also a columnist for Vedomosti.[1]

Biography[edit]

Born to a family of lawyers. Graduated from the Moscow State Faculty of Law юридический факультет МГУ (1987).

  • 1987—1990 — senior consultant of the judicial committee of criminal cases of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation.
  • 1990—1992 — journalist for «Диалог».
  • 1992—1993 — journalist «Российские вести».
  • 1993—1995 — journalist «Огонёк».

From 1995 — works for the «Новое время» — The New Times: journalist, deputy editor, from January 1998

From 1998 — works for the newspaper «Известия»: from June — September 1998 — editor of the economics department; in September 1998 — January 2000 — editor of politics; from January 2000 — political journalist

He was awarded with national prizes Adam Smith.[1]

His brother, Sergey Kolesnikov, was a Kremlin speechwriter.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Guliev V. E., Kolesnikov А. В. Отчуждённое государство: проблемы политического и правового отчуждения в современной России. — «Манускрипт», 1998 (2-е издание — 2004). — 214 с.
  • Andrei Kolesnikov, Alexander Privalov. New Russian Ideology. Хроника политических мифов. 1999—2000. — Издательство ГУ ВШЭ, 2001. — 364 с. — 3000 экз. — ISBN 5-7598-0098-1
  • Book:Kolesnikov А.В.: Unknown Chubais
  • Andrei Kolesnikov. Speechwriters. — «АСТ», «АСТ Москва», «Хранитель», 2007. — 336 с. — 4000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-17-041994-4, ISBN 978-5-9713-5892-3, ISBN 978-5-9762-3523-6
  • Andrey Kolesnikov. Anatoliy Chubais. Biography. — «АСТ», «АСТ Москва», 2008. — 384 с. — 7000 экз. — ISBN 978-5-17-053035-9, ISBN 978-5-9713-8748-0
  • (2007) "Спичрайтеры" (Speechwriters), about Kremlin speechwriters.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Andrey Kolesnikov", and Ogonyok profile (in Russian)
  2. ^ a b "Creators of the Language of the Leaders" Archived April 12, 2008, at the Wayback Machine., about Kolesnikov's book "Speechwriters" (in Russian)