Steve LeVine is a contributing editor at Foreign Policy magazine and a Bernard L. Schwartz Fellow at the New America Foundation. He was based in the Caspian Sea region for 11 years as a foreign correspondent for The Wall Street Journal and before that The New York Times. Prior to the former Soviet Union, LeVine was based for three years as a foreign correspondent for Newsweek in Pakistan.
In 2003, LeVine took up residence at Stanford University's Institute for International Studies. In 2008, he moved to Washington, D.C., where he became chief foreign affairs writer for BusinessWeek. That same year he published Putin's Labyrinth, a profile of Russia. His most recent book is The Oil and the Glory, a history of oil told through the 1990s-2000s oil rush on the Caspian Sea.
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