Collin Spears Named Chief Washington, D.C. Foreign Policy Correspondent for Brooks Foreign Policy Review

Collin Spears, Chief Foreign Policy Correspondent

Collin Spears, Chief Foreign Policy Correspondent

BROOKS FOREIGN POLICY REVIEW PRESS ADVISORY
March 19, 2009
Contact: (860)778.0002
For Immediate Release:

COLLIN SPEARS NAMED AS CHIEF FOREIGN POLICY CORRESPONDENT – WASHINGTON, D.C. BUREAU FOR BROOKS FOREIGN POLICY REVIEW

Hartford, Connecticut — Today, Collin Spears was named as the Chief Foreign Policy Correspondent of the Washington, D.C. Bureau of Brooks Foreign Policy Review. “As an astute observer, researcher and resident of East Asia, Collin brings a unique set of reporting and analytical tools to our Washington news desk” said Webster Brooks, Editor of the Brooks Foreign Policy Review (BFPR) and Sr. Fellow at the Denver University Center for New Politics and Policy.

Spears studied Mandarin Chinese at the Shanghai International Studies University. He also lived and worked in Japan as a teacher and IT contractor. Spears said “I’m excited by the opportunity to join the BFPR team and hope that my contribution will expand the scope of the execellent analysis already being generated.” Spears took a Masters of Liberal Arts in International Studies at the University of St. Thomas and a BS in International Business and Information Technology at Old Dominion University.

In addition to reporting on East Asian affairs, Spears will transfer his talents to broaden BFPR’s coverage of European and Central Asian foreign policy issues. Spears is a native of Lima, Ohio.

Brooks Foreign Policy Review is the international affairs arm of the Center for New Politics and Policy at the University of Denver. In addition to its policy blog on http://www.newpolicycenter.org, Brooks Foreign Policy Review host a weekly talk show with leading foreign policy experts and newsmakers called Sunday Global Review.

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