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David Salvo is the deputy director of the German Marshall Fund’s (GMF) Alliance for Securing Democracy. He has spent his entire career focused on US policy toward Europe and Eurasia, with a particular concentration on Russia. Prior to joining GMF, Salvo was a foreign service officer at the State Department, serving most recently as the deputy secretary of state’s policy advisor for Europe, Eurasia, and international security issues. Salvo also advised senior-level State Department negotiators on the protracted conflicts in the South Caucasus, worked on US policies toward NATO and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, and served overseas in Russia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. He speaks Russian and Serbo-Croatian and has a basic knowledge of French. Salvo received his master’s degree from Georgetown University’s Center for Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies and a bachelor’s degree in government and Russian from Georgetown.