Tatiana Serafin

Carnegie Council Senior Fellow, U.S. Global Engagement Initiative (USGE); Marymount Manhattan College

Tatiana Serafin is an award-winning journalist and senior fellow for the U.S. Global Engagement Initiative (USGE) at Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.

She is also a journalism professor at Marymount Manhattan College and a consultant at First Amendment Watch, which she helped launch in 2017. Previously, Serafin was a staff writer at Forbes and co-editor of the magazine's annual "Billionaire's List," initiating coverage of billionaires in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. She began her career in management consulting, advising multinational corporations on strategy and competitive positioning.

Serafin has an MFA in creative writing from the New School, an MA in business and economic reporting from New York University, and an MA in Central European and Russian studies, and a BS in foreign service from Georgetown University.

You can find her at tatianaserafin.com.

Featured Work

FEB 22, 2024 Podcast

Ukraine at the Crossroads, with Maria Popova & Oxana Shevel

Ahead of the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Maria Popova and Oxana Shevel join "The Doorstep" to discuss shifting war narratives.

FEB 15, 2024 Podcast

How an Unreliable United States Destabilizes the Globe, with Nahal Toosi

Politico's Nahal Toosi returns to "The Doorstep" to discuss how chaos in domestic politics is weakening the United States on the world stage.

FEB 1, 2024 Podcast

The Future of Foreign Policy is Feminist, with Kristina Lunz

In this virtual event, Kristina Lunz discusses her book on feminist foreign policy. How can this innovative approach to global diplomacy become a reality?

JAN 11, 2024 Podcast

Can the Nation-State Survive in 2024? with Judah Grunstein

Judah Grunstein, editor-in-chief of "World Politics Review," joins "The Doorstep" to discusses the fracturing, power vacuums, and identitarianism that will re-shape international politics in 2024.

DEC 13, 2023 Podcast

Celebrity Politics and Soft Power, with Brandon Valeriano

With over 40 national elections scheduled for 2024, Seton Hall's Brandon Valeriano discusses the resurgence of soft power and what that means on the global stage.

NOV 15, 2023 Podcast

Beijing Rules: How China Weaponized Its Economy to Confront the World, with Bethany Allen

As Xi and Biden meet in San Francisco, "Axios" reporter Bethany Allen joined "The Doorstep" to discuss the rise of authoritarian capitalism in China.

OCT 24, 2023 Podcast

Competing Priorities and Generational Dynamics at the Doorstep

In this live Global Ethics Day "Doorstep" panel recorded at Ohio State, Nikolas Gvosdev and Tatiana Serafin connect U.S. foreign policy to domestic concerns.

OCT 12, 2023 Podcast

Redefining U.S. Foreign Policy for the Next Generation

In this live episode, "The Doorstep" looks at a new generation of Americans, working to redefine the goals of U.S. foreign policy.

SEP 22, 2023 Podcast

Localizing U.S. Foreign Policy, with Kristina Biyad

Foreign Policy for America Foundation's Kristina Biyad joins "The Doorstep" to discuss "foreign policy for the middle class" three years into the Biden administration.

SEP 8, 2023 Podcast

India's G20 Power Play, with Dr. Happymon Jacob

As the G20 summit gets underway in New Delhi, Dr. Happymon Jacob joins "The Doorstep" to assess what to expect as India takes center stage.