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Note from John Lyman
International Policy Digest

International Policy Digest, founded in 2011, provides a unique forum for information, discussion, explanation and analysis of global events. IPD is distinct because lay people, independent journalists and students who express their unique analysis of domestic or global issues are encouraged to submit articles along with “professional” contributors: professors, risk analysts, retired and current government and Armed Service employees and economists. Contributors represent over 55 countries, and the Digest is read in over 190 countries.

Following eight years of immersion in political science, foreign policy and international relations both as an undergraduate and graduate student in the United States and Europe, I realized that there was a need for a new platform in the social media environment for a foreign policy publication. My intent was not to compete with established foreign policy publications. Rather, my objective was to attract a broad base of readers from the well informed and engaged to those, particularly young Americans, who had had little exposure to foreign policy issues, conflicts, treaties or agreements and were unaware of the effect that these may have on their lives and their standard of living.

Although I have self-financed the development for the past three years, I am now seeking contributions or sponsorships. I ask you to consider joining me in this quest through a gift or sponsorship.

For further information, please contact me at the address below or consider donating through International Policy Digest’s PayPal page.

John Lyman
International Policy Digest
International Policy Digest
PO Box 211
Tappahannock, Virginia