Edward Lozansky

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Eduard Dmitrievich Lozansky
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Born (1941-02-10) February 10, 1941 (age 81)
Kiev
NationalityAmerican-Russian
CitizenshipRussian
OccupationPhysicist

Eduard Dmitrievich Lozansky (born February 10 1941 , Kiev ) - Soviet physicist , American-Russian publicist and public figure, dissident. Academician of the Russian Academy of Social Sciences, founder and president of the American University in Moscow, professor at Moscow State University and the National Research Nuclear University - MEPhl[1] He is also the President of the World Russian Forum- an annual hearing in the US Congress on US-Russian cooperation. He also frequently on Russian politics.

Biography

Born into a large Jewish family in the Kiev region of Lipki . Father - from Radomyshl , and mother from Berdichev .

In 1961-1966 he studied at MEPhI . Graduated from the postgraduate course of the Institute of Atomic Energy. I. V. Kurchatova (specialty - "theoretical nuclear physics"). In 1965-1966, as a student at MEPhI, he taught mathematics, physics and astronomy at the 59th school in Moscow.

He was a researcher at the Institute of Atomic Energy. Kurchatov and at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna . At the same time he taught at the Armored Academy . R. Ya. Malinovsky . In 1976 he moved permanently to the United States, received American citizenship, lives in Washington . In 1990, together with Academician Yuri Osipyan and Moscow Mayor Gavriil Popov , he founded the American University in Moscow, which at that time was the only private educational institution in Russia. In October 1990, he signed the Rome Appeal .

Lawsuit against the President of the United States

On April 18, 2011, Eduard Lozansky, together with a former employee of Radio Liberty , director of the American Institute in Ukraine, Anthony Salvia, filed a lawsuit against US President Barack Obama in the Washington District Court . The plaintiffs demanded that the court order the President of the United States to repeal the Jackson-Vanik amendment without waiting for the corresponding resolution of the Congress. District Judge Colin Kollar-Cotelli dismissed the suit, agreeing with the justification of the US Department of Justice, which represented defendant Obama, that a special resolution of the US Congress that adopted it is required to permanently repeal the Jackson-Vanik amendment, and that the president does not have the right to decide this issue himself.[2]

Family and personal life

Was married twice. He taught physics to his first wife at the 59th school and married her immediately after she graduated from school. This marriage quickly fell apart. The second wife is Tatyana Ivanovna Lozanskaya (nee Ershova. Father-in-law - Colonel General I. D. Ershov ). Before leaving for the USA in 1976, Eduard Lozansky divorced his wife. Later, already in the USA, he and his wife demanded that the Soviet authorities release their ex-wife and daughter to the USA. Having received a refusal from the Soviet authorities, they staged a protest hunger strike. In May 1982, Edward again signed with Tatyana - in absentia. The interests of the bride at the absentee ceremony in Washington were represented by Senator Bob Dole and Congressman Jack Kemp who ran for President and Vice President of the United States in 1996.

Publications

  1. Lozansky, Edward D. (2007). Rossii︠a︡ mezhdu Amerikoĭ i Kitaem [Russia between America and China]. Moskva: "Mezhdunarodnye otnoshenii︠a︡". ISBN 978-5-7133-1333-3.
  2. Lozansky, Edward D.; Лозанский, Эдуард Д. (2004). Ėtnosy i lobbizm v SShA : o perspektivakh rossiĭskogo lobbi v Amerike [On the prospects of the Russian lobby in America]. Moskva: Mezhdunarodnye otnoshenii︠a︡. ISBN 5-7133-1209-7.
  3. Lozansky, Edward (1996). Winning solutions. Cecil Rousseau. New York: Springer. ISBN 0-387-94743-4.
  4. Lozansky, Edward D. (1984). Pour Tatiana. Paris: Editions R. Laffont. ISBN 2-221-01221-6.
  5. Lozansky, Edward D. (1986). For Tatiana : when love triumphed over the Kremlin (1st ed.). New York: H. Holt. ISBN 0-03-005064-2.
  6. E. D. Lozansky, V. S. Pavlovich. Mathematics entering universities. - Kyiv, "Vyscha school", 1976.
  7. ED Lozansky, GB Pontecorvo. The violation of similarity laws in electrical discharges in gases. — Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, vol. 9, no. 3 (19760301): L37-L39
  8. E. D. Lozansky, O. B. Firsov spark theory. — M.: Atomizdat , 1975. — 272 p.
  9. Edward Lozansky Operation Elbe — Kontinent USA 2018 - 254 c
  10. Edward Lozansky Building US - Russia Bridges — Kontinent USA 2020 - 60 s
  11. Eduard Lozansky Operation Elba — Fiction 2019 270 c

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