Ryan Bridges

Ryan Bridges is an editor with Geopolitical Futures, having spent years both editing and writing geopolitical articles. He joined Geopolitical Futures in 2017 and spent over a year as a geopolitical analyst writing on Europe and focusing on issues relating to the European Union. His expertise as an editor was in high demand so he recently made the change back to editing rather than analyzing. Prior to Geopolitical Futures Mr. Bridges worked for seven years as an editor at Stratfor. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas, where he studied political science with a minor in philosophy. Mr. Bridges lives and works from Germany and also travels extensively in the region. He speaks some German.

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What We’re Reading: Gaullism and the Suez Canal

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Brexit After the Election: For the UK, the Political Risk Is Only Beginning

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What We’re Reading: On Individuals and Borderlands

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What We’re Reading: American Patriotism and Nuclear Disaster

Weekly reviews of what’s on our bookshelves.

The Future of Europe: The Spanish Case

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What We’re Reading: The Global Economy and English Royalty

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