FPRI Announces Partnership with Bear Market Brief, Analyzing Russia’s Economy and Politics

FPRI Bear Market Brief

The FPRI Bear Market Brief will track key issues in Russia’s economy and politics at a time when a clear-eyed understanding of Russia has never been more important.

The Foreign Policy Research Institute will partner with Aaron Schwartzbaum to publish the FPRI Bear Market Brief, a daily update on Russia’s economy and politics. The FPRI Bear Market Brief and the affiliated FPRI Bear Market Blog will examine key themes in Russian political economy, including the Kremlin’s economic policies, the oil and gas industry, and the link between business and politics in Russia.

The Brief will be edited by Schwartzbaum, who has been appointed an Associate Scholar at FPRI. Schwartzbaum has been editing the Bear Market Brief for the past year as a stand-alone publication, and it will now be incorporated into FPRI’s family of publications.

The first FPRI Bear Market Brief will be published on September 1, 2017.

Aaron Schwartzbaum, the editor of the FPRI Bear Market Brief, is currently pursuing an MA in International Relations from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), with concentrations in International Political Economy and International Economics. Prior to starting at SAIS, he worked at Eurasia Group as a researcher for the Eurasia and Global Macro practices. Aaron holds a BA in International Relations and Russian from Haverford College, and has completed the Overseas Language Flagship program in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

“The FPRI Bear Market Brief will track key issues in Russia’s economy and politics at a time when a clear-eyed understanding of Russia has never been more important,” said Alan Luxenberg, President of FPRI. “The Bear Market Brief will help…

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