Russia-NATO: patching up relations

Dmitry Rogozin, Russian representative to NATO

1963 - Born in Moscow
1986 - Graduates, Moscow State University
1988 - Graduates, Marxism-Leninism University
1990 - First Vice President, RAU-Corporation Scientific Research and Educational Organisation
1990 - President, Young Political Leaders of Russia Association,
1993 - Founder and Head, International Congress of Russian Communities
1996 - PHD in Philosophy, Moscow State University
1997 - State Duma Deputy
2003 - Chairman, Rodina (Motherland) Electoral Bloc
2004 - Chairman, State Duma Committee on International Affairs
2008 – Russian representative to NATO

NATO's relations with Russia plunged following August's South Ossetian war, but both Moscow and the alliance's key member, the United States, have sent out conciliatory signals since the inauguration of US President Barack Obama. US Vice President Joe Biden, in a speech at a security conference in Munich, said that it was time "to press the reset button" on relations with Moscow. The comments were welcomed by Russian officials. Is the chill over? We’ll be talking about it with Dmitry Rogozin, Russian representative to NATO.