New AtlanticistApr 1, 2022
Policy memo: Four ways to send money and aid to Afghanistan
By Julia Friedlander, Mrugank Bhusari
Now that the international community has pledged billions for Afghanistan, it is time to consider creative financial tools that can effectively deliver these funds to those who need them most.
EconographicsJan 31, 2022
Strengthening ties: China and the GCC
By Inbar Pe'er, Niels Graham and Mrugank Bhusari
As China continues expanding its trade ties across the world while the US focuses on its domestic economy, the US will find itself without a seat at the table when the norms for the multilateral trading system are set.
Mrugank Bhusari is a program assistant at the Atlantic Council GeoEconomics Center. In this capacity, he is responsible for a broad range of research, publications, and events at the intersection of foreign policy and international economics. Prior to joining the Atlantic Council, he worked in the President’s Office at the International Rescue Committee where he supported the organization’s overarching strategy. He also conducted research at the Bangladesh Institute of Peace and Security Studies and served as a Research Assistant in the Economics Department at the University of Chicago under Professor John A. List.
Mrugank holds a bachelor’s degree in Quantitative Economics and International Relations concentrating in conflict and international development from Tufts University and is an alum of United World College (UWC). He was raised in Mumbai, India.