Originally from Baltimore, MD, I graduated from Georgetown University in 2009 with a BA in History and a minor in Government. I recently returned from living in London, United Kingdom, having completed my MA in Intelligence and Security Studies at Brunel University. While maintaining a deep interest in domestic politics, my main areas of focus are defense, intelligence, and foreign policy.
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North Korea Nuclear Test: 3 Crucial Questions Are Answered
Syria Civil War: Why Syria Will Be a Top Security Concern in 2013
Petraeus Affair: Paula Broadwell Did Not Do Anything Illegal, But Petraeus Was Right to Resign
Foreign Policy Debate: 6 Things To Watch For In Last Presidential Debate
Senkaku Islands Dispute: Why Protests in China Prove the Country is a Powder Keg Ready to Explode
Chris Stevens Death Should Prompt America to Beef Up Security at US Embassies
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U.S. Mounts Campaign to Curb China's Growing Military Influence