Ryan Nabil is currently a Fox International Fellow at the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po). In this role, he researches Sino-Russian approaches towards global governance, EU-China relations, and UK foreign policy toward China.
Prior to Sciences Po, Ryan earned an M.A. from the Yale Jackson Institute, where he studied international relations, international law, and diplomacy. As part of the Yale MacMillan Center’s graduate certificate in European studies, he wrote a master’s thesis on Europe-China relations and its implications for European security and foreign affairs. While at Yale, Ryan served as a teaching fellow for three courses, including "China in the World" and "Power Shifts," and worked as a research assistant for Dr. Arne Westad.
In addition to his academic work, he served as the managing editor of the Yale Journal of International Affairs. Ryan was also a fellow and business relations working group delegate with the Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum, where he researched strategies to improve U.S.-Russian economic relations.
Prior to Yale, he worked at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington, DC, where he researched European and global macroeconomic challenges and agricultural policy issues. During three years at AEI, Ryan published more than three dozen articles in outlets including the Washington Post, the National Review, and Foreign Affairs. Most recently, Ryan served as a Rosenthal Fellow in U.S. Congress, where he worked on U.S. foreign policy toward China and Russia.
Ryan speaks English, French, German, Bengali, in addition to some Chinese, Hindi, and Russian. Ryan was previously educated at Oxford University and Kenyon College, where he earned a B.A. in economics.