Richard Kraemer is a Fellow of FPRI’s Eurasia Program and formerly senior program officer for Afghanistan, Iran, and Turkey at the National Endowment for Democracy. Previously, he oversaw projects in the aforementioned countries and the Levant at the Center for International Private Enterprise. Earlier, he further taught and researched at the Jagellonian University in Poland. He is also an affiliated expert of the Public International Law and Policy Group, having advised the governments of Georgia and Montenegro. He has a particular interest in the role that democracy assistance plays in the maintenance of U.S. national security. He holds a BA from William and Mary and a JD from American University.
- The Revolution Will Not Be Streamed—Yet - Geopoliticus -
- Afghanistan Again: What’s Different This Time - Geopoliticus -
- Meet the New Boss – Same as the Old Boss: Still Unchained in Ankara - Geopoliticus -
- No “Hero of Haarlem” in Ankara - Geopoliticus -
- Iran Before and After 1979: How Did We Get Here from There? - Geopoliticus -