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Marko Papic

Senior Eurasia Analyst, STRATFOR, Texas, USA
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Marko Papic is a Senior Eurasia Analyst at the geopolitical analysis house STRATFOR, assessing the geopolitical impact of breaking developments, shaping forecasts, and maintaining flows of intelligence from human and open sources. He also tailors special reports for clients around the world. Before joining STRATFOR in 2007, Papic was instrumental in the creation of the Center for European Union Studies at the University of Texas at Austin for the Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Affairs, and served as the Center’s Associate Director. He holds a master’s degree in Government from the University of Texas and a master’s in European Studies from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.


Articles by this Author

  • Europe and the Euro: A Geopolitical View—An Implausible Currency but the Best Alternative to Naked Conflict?
    by Marko Papic
    Marko Papic is a Senior Eurasia Analyst at the geopolitical analysis house STRATFOR, in charge of assessing the geopolitical impact of breaking developments, shaping forecasts, and maintaining flows of intelligence from human and open sources. He also tailors special reports for clients around the world, keeping them apprised of events of vital interest to their businesses and organizations.Before joining STRATFOR in September 2007, Papic was...
  • After Squandering a Decade of Good Fortune, Africa Needs Real Change to Achieve Its Potential
    by Marko Papic
    Africa is going through tremendous change. Do you see Africa moving ever closer to the point where it will become the next big story in the global economy?I have to give a mixed response to this question. There are some strong positives working in Africa’s favor, but these are pushing against the headwinds of political corruption and mismanagement which still plague some African nations. The strongest positive has to do with the continent’s...

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