John Madeira

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Junior Adjunct Fellow

Expertise: Climate Security, Arctic Security, Terrorism, Failed States, and Sub-Saharan Africa

A Pittsburgh native, John Madeira is a second-year student at the Pennsylvania State University’s School of International Affairs (SIA). John is pursuing a Master of International Affairs degree with concentrations in International & Non-Traditional Security and Africa Studies.  Previously, John earned his B.A. in International Relations from the Pennsylvania State University.

John formerly interned with the Hudson Institute’s Center for Political-Military Affairs where he studied a number of international and regional security challenges. John also interned with the Pennsylvania State University’s College of Agricultural Science’s Office of International Programs where he worked on an event that focused on security threats to the U.S. food and agriculture sector.

As a student, John is the president of SIA, a Student Ambassador for SIA, and working on research related to ambassadorial appointments and the role of education in voting.

Recent Posts

We Didn’t Start the Fire….Or Did We?

Posted on: Sep 25, 2019

ASP COO Andrew Holland in E&E News

Posted on: Jul 31, 2019

Chinese Debt Trap Diplomacy and the Economic Cold War in Africa

Posted on: Jul 25, 2019

Heatwaves are more than an Inconvenience – they’re a National Security Risk

Posted on: Jul 25, 2019

Leaving the Paris Agreement Abdicates US International Leadership – and Harms National Security

Posted on: Jul 18, 2019

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