Anders Åslund

Atlantic Council

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Anders Åslund is a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and is a specialist on economic policy in Russia, Ukraine and East Europe. A former senior fellow at the Peterson Institute of International Economics and the Carnegie Endowment for Peace, from 1994-1997, Åslund served as an economic advisor to the president of Ukraine.

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