Mark Temnycky is an accredited freelance journalist covering Eastern Europe, and has been published widely. Mark also guest lectures on Eastern European affairs to various U.S. universities. He was a recipient of the Ukrainian World Congress' inaugural "Ukrainian Diaspora 30 Under 30" award. His full portfolio can be found on his website https://wakelet.com/@MTemnycky.
Mark has a Master's Degree in Public Administration and a Master of Arts Degree in International Relations from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in History, with Departmental Honors, from Le Moyne College. Mark works and resides in Washington, DC.
Some of Mark's pieces regarding Nord Stream 2 can be found at the following links:
Wilson Center, March 2021, Security Implications of Nord Stream 2
Wilson Center, July 2021, Tangled Interest of Nord Stream 2 for Germany, Poland, and Ukraine
Emerging Europe, July 2021, Ukraine and Poland Should Not Give Up on Nord Stream 2
New York Times, August 2021, Zelensky Must Tell Biden to Stope Nord Stream 2
November 22nd, 2021 | Season 4 | 27 mins 27 secs
Mark Temnycky, a Ukrainiain-American journalist, breaks down the Nord Stream 2 issue, timeline, and its relation to the energy situation in Europe. He expounds on the Biden administration's reversal on its position concerning the pipeline, and explains the security concerns that a working Nord Stream 2 that bypasses Belarus and Ukraine creates for America, NATO, and Europe in general. Thanks for listening!