Anand Raghuraman joins the Aspen Strategy Group after spending a year abroad in Turkey as a Fulbright ETA grantee. Anand’s previous work experience includes internships with the Atlantic Council and U.S. State Department, where he researched Japanese energy security and covered Asia-Pacific defense issues. Anand graduated from Duke University in 2015 with a B.A. in Political Science and published research analyzing the shale revolution’s impact on America’s Middle East strategy. He also worked as a research assistant to Dr. Bruce Jentleson and served as the undergraduate chair of the Duke Program in American Grand Strategy. Anand grew up in Sammamish, WA and is an avid student of South Asian history, culture, and religion. He enjoys hiking and skiing, listening to qawwali music, and rooting for the Seattle Mariners. He plans to pursue a career at the intersection of diplomacy and academia and hopes to advance U.S.-India relations.
Brent Scowcroft Award Fellow, Aspen Strategy Group
Anand is the current Brent Scowcroft Award Fellow supporting the Aspen Strategy Group since February 2017.