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BulgariaAnalytica organized the first public meeting on the topic „ Geopolitical and Geoenergy Dilemmas in the Intermarium Region – the US, EU and Russian Agendas,“ which was held on September 21 in Sofia.

 

You can watch a recording of the lecture of S. Enders Wimbush: “OVERVIEW OF RECENT GEOPOLITICAL TURMOIL IN EURASIA AND EASTERN EUROPE AND ITS IMPACT ON ENERGY POLICY“.

  • S. Enders Wimbush (USA) – studied Central Asia and the Caucasus at University of Chicago. He has worked as a strategist of future security environments at StrateVarious LLC, Booz Allen Hamilton, and other leading consultancies. He served as Senior Director at the German Marshall Fund (2010-2012) and Senior Vice President of Hudson Institute (2004-2010). Mr. Wimbush was nominated by the President to be a Governor of the United States Broadcasting Board of Governors from 2010-2012. He was Director of Radio Liberty in Munich, Germany (1987-93). He is the author, co-author or editor of seven books and numerous articles in professional and popular media, as well as dozens of policy studies. He writes often for The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Washington Times, Journal of Commerce, Global Affairs, The Weekly Standard, and other publications.

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Also, expect recordings of the other forum participants’ lectures to be published in the coming days:

  • Thomas J. Pyle (USA) – the president of the Institute for Energy Research in Washingtpon D.C. IER is a prominent market-oriented think tank in Washington engaging in wide-ranging research and educational activities in the energy field.
  • Mikhail Krutikhin (Russia)  – analyst and consultant on the oil and gas industry and politics in Russia; co-founder of and analyst with the RusEnergy consultancy in Moscow.
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