Conor M. Savoy
Conor M. SavoyDeputy Director and Fellow, Project on U.S. Leadership in Development and Project on Prosperity and Development
Conor Savoy is deputy director and fellow with the Project on U.S. Leadership in Development (USLD) at CSIS. He joined CSIS in September 2011 as assistant director of USLD. At CSIS, he focuses on implementing and guiding USLD's research agenda. He has contributed to several reports, commentaries, and critical questions. He is the coauthor of The Ecosystem of U.S. International Development Assistance: A Development and Foreign Policy Strategic Asset (CSIS, October 2012) and U.S.-China Parallel Development Assistance Goals: Building on Common Interests (CSIS, March 2012). Prior to this, he worked in energy consulting and as a research associate at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in Washington, D.C. At CFR, he focused on broad issues impacting U.S. grand strategy, the effect of emerging nations on U.S. foreign policy, as well as U.S.-Russia relations and NATO. In May 2010, he was selected as a fellow for the Manfred Worner Seminar. Mr. Savoy holds a B.A. with honors in history from George Washington University and an M.A. in international relations from Boston University.
- ReportEvidence of Indirect Diplomatic, Economic, and Security BenefitsApr 17, 2015
- Critical QuestionsMar 20, 2015
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