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Jonathan Hoogendoorn

Contributor since: 09 Jun 2016

Jonathan Hoogendoorn

Jonathan is a Massachusetts-based geopolitical analyst with an M.S. in International Relations and Diplomacy from Northeastern University. He works at a global analytics firm, focusing on the Russian-European relationship, industry/political dynamics, and diplomatic relations. Follow Jonathan on Twitter: @jonathanhoog

Latest articles from Jonathan

  • Rex Tillerson’s Impact On European Energy

    Published 12 December 2016 | viewed 11,053 times

    President-elect Donald Trump appears, by most accounts, to be on the verge of nominating Rex Tillerson, CEO of ExxonMobil, to Secretary of State. Tillerson is…

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    Published 09 June 2016 | viewed 10,868 times

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