I am a columnist at The Diplomat and The National Interest magazines. Previously, I was an assistant editor at The National Interest and an editorial assistant at The Diplomat. My work has been syndicated and cited by a variety of sources, including: The Washington Post, RealClearWorld, RealClearDefense, RealClearHistory, Modern Diplomacy, The Washington Quarterly, Small Wars Journal, The Asia Pacific Journal, The Journal of Political Risk, El Universal, India Abroad, Al Jazeera, RT, The Bob Zadek Show, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, the Stimson Center, the Wilson Center, the Hague Institute for Global Justice, the Institute for Gulf Affairs, Gateway House, ASPI, and SAPRAC, among others.
I graduated with a Masters in Security Studies from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and a Bachelors in International Affairs and Political Science from George Washington University.
In addition to writing, editing, and research, my skills include reporting, social media management, web design, copy-editing, office budgeting, interviewing, reporting, communications management, and podcast creation.