Nicole Bohannon

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nicolebohannonPublic Diplomacy and Strategic Communications Intern

Expertise: Europe & Eurasia, Latin America, International Organizations, the European Union, the United Nations

Nicole Bohannon recently completed her bachelor’s degree from the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University, focusing in European and Latin American affairs. Born and raised in Washington DC, she has always had a strong interest in international politics, bolstered by her experience working and interning in non-profits, think tanks, and consulting groups. Before working at the American Security Project, she interned for the United Nations Association advocating on the Hill and implementing curriculum in DC, Maryland, and Virginia schools teaching children about the UN. In addition to working, Nicole spent nearly 7 years doing Model UN while in school, and enjoys watching classic movies in her free time.


Check out her previous articles

February 24: Crouching Panda, Hidden Potential: Public Diplomacy in China

February 8: The Zika Virus – A Window Into Future Security Threats

February 1: New Cuba Crisis Means It’s Time to Kick Out Old Policies

January 19: Iran and Saudi Arabia Headed for a Cold War Over a Heated One


Recent Posts

Dante Disparte and John Bugnacki on European Cybersecurity Risks

Posted on: March 23rd, 2016

Puerto Rico on the Brink: Energy, Economy and Security

Posted on: March 22nd, 2016

Interview: Fortinet-NATO Partnership as Private-Public Model

Posted on: March 18th, 2016

Cuba Preview: Obama Visit and Embargo Easing

Posted on: March 15th, 2016

BGen. Stephen Cheney Interviewed by John Bersia

Posted on: March 11th, 2016

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