Bradley Reynolds is a grant-funded doctoral researcher at the University of Helsinki where he studies changes and continuity in European security thinking in the 1990s. Bradley’s doctoral monograph focuses on Finnish foreign policy in the OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) as an example of the role smaller states played in conditioning European security as well as EU – Russian relations in the post-Soviet space. His research is funded by the US State Department’s Title VIII Grant Programme, the Finnish Foreign Policy Research Foundation, and others. Bradley is an outdoors enthusiast and in his free enjoys time biking, skiing, rock climbing, and volunteering in local outdoor organizations. Bradley also volunteers as an OSCE election observer throughout Eurasia.