Anna Borshchevskaya
Anna Borshchevskaya
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Anna Borshchevskaya is a fellow at the European Foundation for Democracy.

Prior to this she was assistant director of the Atlantic Council's Patriciu Eurasia Center. In 2011, she served as a qualitative research analyst for Glevum Associates, a U.S. military contractor, conducting public opinion research in Afghanistan. She also has worked as a research analyst for the Peterson Institute for International Economics, focusing upon the economies and politics of Russia and Eastern Europe; as the program coordinator of the American foreign policy program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS); and at the Swiss Foundation for World Affairs and the International Organization for Migration.

She has interned at the United Nations Human Rights Committee in Geneva and was an elections observer for the International Republican Institute in Bangladesh during the 2008 parliamentary elections. She has published articles on Russia and the Middle East in publications such as Washington,, and,, CNN, and the Middle East Quarterly. She is also provides regular analysis for the Foreign Military Studies Office at Fort Leavenworth's Operational Environment Watch.

She is a member of the Foreign Policy Initiative Future Leaders network and Eurasia Foundation Young Professionals Network.

Originally from Moscow, Russia, she holds a B.A. in International Relations and Political Science, with a minor in economics from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Geneseo, and an M.A. from SAIS, with concentrations in Middle East Studies, International Law, and International Economics.

She is fluent in Russian, and speaks Arabic and Spanish.

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