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Artyom Lukin is an associate professor at the School of Regional and International Studies, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia. He earned his doctorate in political science from Far Eastern State University in 2002. Apart from his academic career, Lukin worked as a public relations officer in the Vladivostok city administration from 1998 to 2002 and at Dalenergo, the largest energy utility company in the Russian Far East, from 2002 to 2007. Lukin has authored numerous chapters, papers and commentaries, in Russian and English, on Asia-Pacific international politics and Russia's engagement with Asia. His latest book (co-authored with Rensselaer Lee) is Russia's Far East: New Dynamics in Asia Pacific and Beyond (2015).
Lukin's research interests include international relations and security in the Asia-Pacific and Northeast Asia; Russian foreign policy; Russia's engagement with the Asia-Pacific; and the politics and economics in the Russian Far East. Lukin has been involved in numerous research and publication projects both in Russia and abroad. He is an expert with the Russian International Affairs Council and Valdai International Discussion Club, and a regular commentator for Russian and international news media.
Tom Rehnquist has served as a research intern at Stratfor since 2019. He has conducted research in relation to all corners of the world, exploring energy dependency in the Mediterranean, Russian macroeconomics, the growth of climate and anarchist protests, and blockchain technology.
Rehnquist holds a degree in history from Bowdoin College, and is in the process of obtaining a double master's degree in Russian studies and global policy from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin. He speaks conversational Russian and French.
Eric B. Schnurer has been involved with public policymaking at the highest levels for nearly 40 years, when he worked in the White House during college writing speeches for President Jimmy Carter. He has served in all three branches of the federal government and for numerous state governments as a speechwriter, prosecutor, policy adviser, general counsel and chief of staff. Today, he is president and CEO of a policy consulting firm advising members of Congress, governors, mayors and other officials across the country; a regular contributor on the future of government and public policy for several major national and international publications; and an adjunct professor of policy at various universities. His latest ventures are Virtu.us, a start-up designed to boost investment in human capital and public goods in an era of declining public-sector activity, and the Greater Good Gathering, an annual conference on the future of technology and society.