Dan Lee is currently pursuing an M.A. in International Relations: Foreign Policy and National Security while concentrating in Transnational and Energy Security at American University’s School of International Service and holds a B.A. in International Studies from American University. He interned for multiple offices on Capitol Hill and worked on communications, legislative research, and campaign finance. He has written his undergraduate capstone on post-conflict healing and the role of civil society in democratization across post-revolutionary states in the Middle East.

  • Dan’s research interests are transnational security, democratization and revolution, and global climate policy.