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Kathleen Snyder

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National Security Strategy Intern

Expertise: Transpacific Security, Biosecurity

Kathleen Snyder is a senior and a BA/MA student in the Global Governance, Politics, and Security Masters program at American University School of International Service. Her research has focused so far on China and Taiwan, as well as the effects of confirmation bias and backfire effect on policy making and discourse in democracies, as well as biosecurity in the face of vector-borne illnesses. In her spare time, she enjoys concerts, reading, and taking care of her cat.

Recent Posts

The Opioid Epidemic’s Impact on the Military Threatens Readiness

Posted on: December 8th, 2023

US-China Tensions Warrant Examining Australia’s Ties to Both

Posted on: November 17th, 2023

Despite Concerns, Nuclear Power isn’t Just Safe—it’s Critical

Posted on: October 24th, 2023

ASP’s Jessica Yllemo and Tucker Hamilton in the Journal of Arctic and Climate Security Studies

Posted on: October 3rd, 2023

Despite Sanctions, U.S. Defense Still Sources from China

Posted on: September 26th, 2023