Anna Korbut

Academy Associate, Russia and Eurasia Programme


Anna’s research examines the current media landscape in Ukraine, specifically its main challenges and potential for transformation.

In 2010-18, she worked as a journalist in Ukraine, reporting on international affairs and Ukraine’s foreign policy. Prior to that, Anna worked on capital markets and finance reform projects supported by USAID.

She regularly comments on domestic and international developments for Ukrainian and foreign media outlets. Her articles have been published by New Eastern Europe, Carnegie Europe, CIDOB, El Confidencial and The American Interest.

In 2017, Anna participated in the James Denton Transatlantic Fellowship in Washington. She holds a degree in foreign languages from the Kyiv National Linguistic University.

Past experience

2018-19 Academy Robert Bosch Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House
2015-18 Deputy Chief Editor, Ukrayinskiy Tyzhden (Ukrainian Week)
2010-15 Reporter and International Desk Editor, Ukrayinskiy Tyzhden (Ukrainian Week)
2006-10 Interpreter and Project Assistant, Capital Markets Project, USAID
2002-07 BA and Specialist in Foreign Languages, Kyiv National Linguistic University