Sam Seitz (@samseitz3) is a student at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service studying International Politics concentrating in Security Studies and minoring in German. Sam was previously a Roosevelt Institute Defense and Diplomacy Analyst and the Director of Nuclear Security Studies at Global Intelligence Trust. He currently works as a research fellow at the BMW Center for German and European Studies. His areas of interest broadly include alliance politics, international political economy, proliferation, and the intersection of comparative politics and international relations.
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Evan is a Baldwin Scholar and honors student at the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs, majoring in Political Science and International Affairs (concentrating in International Relations and Community Studies) with certificates in Applied Politics and Global Studies. He’s also a staff writer for the Georgia Political Review and has worked in Georgia politics both as legislative aide for Representative Spencer Frye (D-Athens) and a communications extern in the Office of Attorney General Chris Carr. His interests include American politics, electoral politics, and comparative politics.
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Panny is a sophomore at the University of California at Berkeley, and she plans to major in either economics or business.
Santul is a junior at Georgetown University studying government and economics. He is a writer for The Georgetown Voice and has worked in the office of Congresswoman Alma Adams (D-NC).
- Has Gerrymandering Decreased the Competitiveness of Congressional Races? Probably Not (February 7, 2018)
- Plato’s Critique of Democracy and Contemporary Politics (March 22, 2017)
- Analyzing India’s Path to Nuclearization: A Critique of “India’s Nuclear Odyssey: Implicit Umbrellas, Diplomatic Disappointments, and the Bomb” (December 8, 2016)