Roman Kilisek graduated from Seton Hall University (NJ) in 2008 with an M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations.
His educational background is complemented with international law and economics from studies at the University of Munich and University of Bayreuth (Germany).
Roman focuses his research on global energy politics, infrastructure and trade, global political risk and macroeconomics. He is also very much interested in the nexus of politics and financial markets as well as scenario development.
He has lived on three continents and traveled to over 40 countries around the world. Currently, he is based out of New York City. Roman was previously a researcher for Atlantic Council President Frederick Kempe’s national bestselling book, Berlin 1961: Kennedy, Khrushchev and the Most Dangerous Place on Earth (2011). Roman also interned for the German Embassy in Prague, Czech Republic, the German Permanent Mission to the U.N. in New York City during 9/11 and for MSNBC TV in New York City.
Area of Focus: Energy; Natural Resources; Global Trade & Infrastructure; Political Risk; Geopolitics & Macroeconomics