Anna Guryanova is the director of the International Network at Russia Beyond The Headlines (RBTH). She graduated from Seton Hall University in the U.S. with a BS and MA in Diplomacy and International Relations with specializations in Foreign Policy and Economic Development. In 2014 she initiated and led the Basque Research Team as an independent analytical project of Seton Hall University and a Basque delegation with a focus on evaluating the investment environment and security in the Basque region of Spain. As a research associate at Seton Hall University, Guryanova conducted economic and political research including both quantitative and qualitative analysis of the markets in countries with high risk exposure. She was an editor of Global Health Governance Journal from 2014 to 2016, where she focused on detailed data analysis of healthcare systems worldwide. Guryanova also worked as a summer researcher at the Center on Global Interests, a political think tank in Washington, DC and as an interpreter at the UN headquarters in New York.
A number of structural factors – both economic and geopolitical – appear to be pushing Russia and China closer together. However, Beijing will keep balancing between Moscow and WashingtonRead more
RD Interview: Alexis Rodzianko, president and CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia, explains how foreign investors in Russia are adjusting to the country’s economic challengesRead more
RD Interview: Leslie Maasdorp, vice president of the BRICS New Development Bank, discusses the mission of the bank, its current structure and focus, as well as the key priorities for the next phase of the Bank’s developmentRead more