John Lyman

John Lyman is the Editor-in-Chief of International Policy Digest. John completed a Master of Arts in European Studies in 2008 from the University in Amsterdam. In 2010, John completed a Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science also from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2006.

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Pete Souza

Pak-U.S. Relations Going Forward

05.19.11
  • CBS News

    Torture Debate Revived following Osama bin Laden Raid

    05.13.11
  • Terry Feuerborn

    Cuba’s Begrudging March Toward Capitalism

    05.12.11
  • Pete Souza

    Prospects for Improved Indo-Pak Relations

    05.05.11
  • Pete Souza

    Osama bin Laden’s Death Gives the U.S. a Hard-Fought Victory

    05.02.11
  • Annaliese McDonough

    Nigeria’s Post Election Violence follows familiar Pattern

    04.25.11
  • Giampaolo Tonello

    NATO’s Unending Mission in Libya

    04.22.11
  • Somalia

    Focused Approach to Somali Piracy

    04.19.11
  • SANA

    Damascus finds support in Tehran

    04.15.11
  • Frédéric de La Mure/MAEDI

    Europe Rising: French and British Engagement in Africa

    04.11.11
  • Pete Souza

    Washington Politics: Possibility of a Government Shutdown Looms

    04.06.11
  • Reuters

    Exploring the Obama Doctrine

    04.01.11
  • Pete Souza

    The Evolving Libyan Mission

    03.29.11
  • Pete Souza

    Obama’s Multilateralism

    03.27.11
  • Gage Skidmore

    UN Arms Trade Treaty faces an Uncertain Future

    03.24.11
  • Pete Souza

    Free Trade Agreements in Limbo

    03.23.11
  • Pete Souza

    Congressional Opposition to U.S. Libyan Involvement

    03.22.11
  • Norwegian Military

    Odyssey Dawn a Success but Questions Remain

    03.21.11
  • Giampaolo Tonello

    Operation Odyssey Dawn is Underway

    03.20.11
  • Afghanistan

    Reconsidering Sovereignty

    03.16.11
  • Nasser Nouri

    With Libya, U.S. and Europe have a Buy-In

    03.15.11
  • Greg Webb

    Nuclear Energy after the Fukushima Disaster

    03.13.11
  • Afghanistan

    Afghan War Enters Tenth Year

    03.12.11
  • Robert Gates

    Few Options Short of Libyan No-Fly Zone

    03.06.11
  • Russia

    Russia’s Ramping up its Military Spending

    03.02.11
  • Mexico

    Mexico’s Drug Violence and American Complacency

    03.01.11
  • Mike Mullen

    Options for the Use of Force in Libya

    02.27.11
  • Lions Gate

    Balancing Arms Sales and Revolutions

    02.24.11
  • Official Website

    Britain’s Defence Policy under David Cameron

    02.24.11
  • Nasser Nouri

    Libya at a Tipping Point

    02.23.11
  • Haiti

    Foreign Aid on the Budget Chopping Block

    02.15.11
  • Mike Mullen

    The U.S. Military and Egypt

    02.14.11
  • Gage Skidmore

    CPAC and Egypt: A Missed Opportunity

    02.12.11
  • Pete Souza

    Evolving Russian-Western Relations

    01.01.11
  • Adam Gasson

    Statelessness in the Aftermath of the Sri Lankan Civil War

    06.01.10
  • Pete Souza

    Obama’s Revamped Nuclear Strategy

    05.14.10
  • Pete Souza

    U.S. and Russia Sign New START Treaty

    04.14.10
  • USS Fitzgerald

    U.S. Cancels European Missile Defense

    10.06.09
  • Pete Souza

    Analysis of U.S.-Russian Summit

    07.02.09
  • A-10 Warthog

    Obama’s Efforts to Reform Military Spending

    04.14.09