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Eurasia Group
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Samuel Rebo is a Eurasia and global macro researcher at Eurasia Group, where he helps multinational clients understand U.S.-Russia relations, domestic Russian politics, the relations between states of the former Soviet Union, and Mongolian politics. Previously, Sam worked at Stanford's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Relations as a project coordinator and research assistant to former ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul. At Stanford, he organized the European Security Initiative, a project designed to engender new research on European security concerns stemming from Russia and develop government policies to that end. Sam coordinated with McFaul on a range of political and economic research projects, including the ambassador's memoir. Sam has also worked for various think tanks and organizations, including the Carnegie Moscow Center, the French Institute of International Relations in Paris, and the Zorig Foundation in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Sam holds a bachelor's degree in international relations from Stanford University, where he graduated with distinction and honors in international security. Sam is a member and co-chair of the Younger Generation Leaders’ Network for Euro-Atlantic Security.


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