A professor at the Texas A&M University Bush School teaching site in Washington, D.C., Yuval Weber, will testify before the House Foreign Affairs Committee today at 12 p.m. CDT.
Weber will present “Understanding Authoritarianism and Kleptocracy in Russia” to the Europe, Energy, Environment, and Cyber Subcommittee.
In addition to his role at the Bush School D.C., Weber also serves as the Bren Chair of Russian Military and Political Strategy at the Brute Krulak Center for Innovation and Creativity at Marine Corps University in Quantico, VA. He is an expert on a range of Russian and Eurasian security, political, and economic topics. He is currently studying the Russian political economy.
Weber’s testimony can be viewed on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs’ website.
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