Director, Global Research, Corporates


Eurasia, Russia, Ukraine

Alexander Kliment is Eurasia Group's Director of Global Research, Corporates. He leads a team of analysts that examines political risk at the global, country, and sectoral levels in order to assess implications for multinational corporations and institutions.

Prior to his current role, Alexander was a Director of Eurasia research, focusing on the political economy, socioeconomic issues and foreign policy of Russia and other post-Soviet states. He also co-founded Eurasia Group's Emerging Markets Strategy practice, which focuses on comparative political and social trends across emerging markets.

Before to joining Eurasia Group, Alexander worked as a journalist for The Financial Times in Washington, DC and São Paulo, Brazil. Earlier in his career, he worked at the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, focusing on Russia, and at the Architectural League of New York, where he directed studies of urbanism in developing countries. He holds degrees from Columbia University and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Alexander was born in New York and still lives there.