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My last semester at Fletcher

All things must end, and ending my time at Fletcher is something I am looking forward to, yet I know I will miss my time here (but not the week before midterms or finals- that I am glad to leave … Continue reading

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New Issue of Fletcher Security Review- War and Money

Everyone should go and check out the new issue of the Fletcher Security Review, the theme is War and Money and we will be rolling out a new article everyday for the next two weeks. Take a look. http://www.fletchersecurity.org/#!money-and-war/c5xh

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Civil-Military Relations Theory for the Modern World

After the World War II period, the security environment facing the United States has become increasingly complex, with threats coming more from non-state armed groups or new generation offensive capabilities like cyber-attacks. This shift has made successfully delineating civil-military roles … Continue reading

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If Two Became One: Economic and Other Implications for Korean Reunification- FSR Blog Post

Below is a great blog post from the Fletcher Security Review, take a look! http://www.fletchersecurity.org/#!If-Two-Became-One-Economic-and-Other-Implications-for-Korean-Reunification/c1okt/7FDDAAAB-8FB4-4A0C-90C9-FA445EDEBBAA What will happen to North Korea? For over 20 years, speculation has run the gamut. The small circle of expert academics tend to agree on … Continue reading

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Is North Korea One Big International Crime Family?

http://www.fletchersecurity.org/#!Is-North-Korea-One-Big-International-Crime-Family/c1okt/49D23918-94C7-4FB2-BF79-2913E1E31F10 Please find my new blog post for the Fletcher Security Review below. North Korea has little in the way of traditional domestic or international economic activity. Since the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet … Continue reading

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The U.S. Army War College: My Summer Internship so Far

I am spending the summer between my first and second year of graduate school as an intern at the U.S. Army War College.  The War College hosts colonels who have been specially selected for the 1 year masters program at … Continue reading

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Second issue of the Fletcher Security Review is out! Second issue of the Fletcher Security Review is out. The theme is proxy wars and it features an interview with General Petraeus among other great articles.  I work as an editor … Continue reading

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End of my First Year of Graduate School at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

About a year ago when I was trying to decide which Graduate School to go to, I spent a lot of time online trying to find blogs and the like that talked about each school.  I hope that this blog … Continue reading

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Public Speaking

One of the classes that I am taking at Fletcher is public speaking.  It is nice to be away from international relations for awhile.  One of the things that I miss from my undergraduate days is the ability to take … Continue reading

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My night with the Eugene Bell Foundation

The Eugene Bell Foundation is a charity that works in North Korea helping patients with multidrug resistant tuberculosis.  The chairman, Dr. Stephen Linton came to Fletcher yesterday to talk, and then afterwards I ate dinner with him and a group … Continue reading

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