Afshin Molavi

Afshin Molavi is an Iranian-American author and expert on global geo-political risk and geo-economics, particularly the Middle East and Asia. He is a senior fellow at the New America Foundation, where he is co-director of the World Economy Roundtable, an ambitious exercise to re-map the global economy in the wake of The Great Recession. In the year 2005, he was selected by the World Economic Forum in Davos as a Young Global Leader, by a committee of 28 international media leaders chaired by Queen Rania of Jordan. Molavi holds a master's degree in Middle East history and international economics from the Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, where he also studied Arabic. He has traveled widely across the Middle East and Asia as a journalist and geo-political risk analyst. A former Dubai-based correspondent for the Reuters news agency, Tehran-based correspondent for The Washington Post, Riyadh-based business and economics writer for the Arab News, and Washington-based contributor to the Financial Times, Mr.


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