Jeremy Cohen serves as the External Affairs Officer at the Caspian Policy Center. He completed his B.S. at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service with honors in International History and a minor in Russian. Cohen studied ethnic policy and conflict in Eurasia during the imperial and Soviet periods of Russian history, and Russo-British relations in nineteenth-century Central Asia. At CPC, he pursues his interest in the Caspian region’s status as a political and economic crossroads both today and throughout history. He has worked previously as an intern at the U.S. Embassies in Astana (Nur-Sultan) and Kyiv, and has organized non-profit educational programming in the Kyrgyz Republic.