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Eugene Chausovsky

Senior Eurasia Analyst

Eugene Chausovsky
Eugene Chausovsky focuses on political, economic and security issues pertaining to the former Soviet Union, Europe and Latin America. He was previously a researcher at the University of Texas, where he focused on Russian demographic trends and their impact on the country's political and electoral systems. He also holds a degree in international relations from the same university.
Mr. Chausovsky was born in Moscow and is a fluent Russian speaker. He lived in Ukraine, Austria and Italy before moving to the United States.
  • Politics, economics and security trends in the former Soviet states
  • Russia's foreign policy and strategy in the former Soviet periphery
  • EU and U.S. policy toward the former Soviet states
  • Sovereignty and integration processes in Europe and the former Soviet states
  • Economic and political trends in Latin America
Russia's Hybrid Warfare Strategy
Much has changed in Medellin over the past 20 years.
Russian President Vladimir Putin (CL) is guided by his host, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (CR), at the Hungarian parliament in Budapest on Feb. 2, 2017.
The geopolitics of divided Cyprus
South Africa has come a long way since apartheid ended in 1994. Still, the country faces many more challenges.
A trip to Nagorno-Karabakh, a separatist region in Azerbaijan, taught me about life in a land of simmering tension.
Mount Ararat as seen from Yerevan, Armenia
Ukraine has become a symbol of the ongoing competition between Russia and the West.
The United States and Russia may be moving closer to an understanding on the conflict in Ukraine.
A journey to Guatemala reveals the country's stark geographic -- and cultural -- divisions.
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