Editor-in-Chief: Samuel Seitz
Samuel Seitz is an M.A. candidate in the Security Studies Program, concentrating in international security. Sam has worked with the MoD on defense coordination between the United Kingdom and United States and has conducted research on the EU’s PESCO Initiative. His current research interests include transatlantic relations, particularly as they relate to military and intelligence coordination, European integration, German foreign policy, and the political economy of the Eurozone. Sam earned his B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service in international politics and European studies.
Deputy Editor: Vacant
Associate Editor for Africa: Vacant
Associate Editor for the Americas: Vacant
Associate Editor for Europe: Daniel Cebul
Daniel Cebul is a second-semester M.A. candidate in Georgetown University’s Security Studies Program, concentrating in technology and security. Daniel has worked at Defense News as a general staff writer covering NATO and EU defense policy, missile defense and nuclear policy, and artificial intelligence and military robotics among other issues. He has also interned with the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Missile Defense Project. His current research interests include nuclear policy and deterrence, the proliferation of unmanned and autonomous weapon systems, and civil-military relations. Daniel graduated cum laude from Kenyon College in 2017 with a B.A. in Political Science.
Associate Editor for Indo-Pacific: Vacant
Associate Editor for the Middle East: Vacant
Associate Editor for National Security & the Military: Kelley Shaw
Kelley is a second-semester SSP Student concentrating in Technology and Security.
Associate Editor for South and Central Asia: Timothy Cook
Associate Editor for Technology & Cyber Security: Max Freeman
Max Freeman is a graduate student in the School of Foreign Service. He has a strong technical background in Computer Science, Information Technology, and Cyber Security. He received his B.S. in Computer Science from George Mason University.