Why we should put a freeze on Arctic militarization
Alec Evans is a research assistant at the Eurasia Group Foundation. He recently graduated from Lewis & Clark College and holds a B.A. in international affairs and German studies. Alec’s primary topics of research include international security, Arctic geopolitics, transatlantic relations, and international trade. He works on several projects at EGF, including public opinion surveys, the None of the Above podcast, and research and drafting assistance. Alec lived abroad in Munich, Germany, where he attended Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität and worked at the Center for Applied Political Research (Zentrum für angewandte Politikforschung). In this role, he conducted research on key Bavarian social and political issues and facilitated the political education of German students. Before living in Germany, he interned at the Borgen Project, where he lobbied Congressional offices in support of increased international aid, led a successful fundraising campaign, and gave presentations on foreign aid to university classes. Alec currently resides in Denver, Colorado, and spends his free time exploring the Rockies.