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 of Amsterdam. John also holds Bachelor degrees in Political Science and Homeland Security from Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Book Review: ‘Virtual Terror’

08.11.17
  • How to Understand Risk Management and Decision Making

    09.22.16
  • Q&A with Jo Anne Barnhart of the Magyar Foundation

    02.21.16
  • ‘The Apprenticeship of Ted Kotcheff’: Interview with the Director, Antonio Saillant

  • Revenge is Terrible Foreign Policy

  • Our Top Culture Stories of 2014

    12.29.14
  • Bloomberg Radio: Amb. John Price Says West should address Africa

    05.25.14
  • Amb. John Price on Boko Haram’s Growth in Africa

    05.12.14
  • Has Putin Overplayed his Hand in Ukraine?

  • The Deal that Brought Ukraine to the Brink

    and 03.20.14
  • UN Reports North Korea Atrocities, Western Indifference

  • Noaz Deshe on his Film, ‘White Shadow’: A Fight for Survival in East Africa

    01.24.14
  • Twitter Diplomacy at Davos

    01.23.14
  • RIP RIA Novosti: Putin Rearranges Russia’s Media Landscape

    12.09.13
  • Obama Offers Clearest Defense of Iran Deal

    12.08.13
  • The Specials Performing ‘(Free) Nelson Mandela’

    12.05.13
  • Merrill Newman: Yet Another American Detained by North Korea

    11.30.13
  • Karzai’s ‘Brinkmanship’ Undermines Afghanistan

    11.29.13
  • Maduro’s Economic War: The Death of Chavismo?

  • Interview with Sri Lanka’s The Social Architects

    09.04.13
  • Obama’s Grand Bargain, GOP’s Last Chance at Tax Reform

  • The White House’s Unworkable Syria Strategy

    05.11.13
  • North Korea’s Provocative Pattern

    03.17.13
  • Iran’s ‘Argo’ Paranoia

    03.15.13
  • Is CPAC Relevant?

    03.08.13
  • Interview with Fredrik Stanton, Director of ‘Uprising’

  • Opposition to Hagel’s Nomination for Defense Secretary

    01.07.13
  • Red Lines and Syria’s Chemical Weapons

  • Jon Huntsman to State?

    11.30.12
  • The Susan Rice Train Wreck

    11.28.12
  • Time to Reset the Reset in U.S.-Russian Relations

  • Paul Ryan In, Foreign Policy Out

    08.14.12
  • Syria’s Descent Raises Disturbing Questions

  • Romney’s Approach to Foreign Policy

    07.07.12
  • Obama’s Dwindling Options in Syria

  • Review of Jennifer Ciotta’s ‘I, Putin’

    06.05.12
  • Are ‘Good-Faith Assurances’ with the Chinese Enough?

    05.05.12
  • The Obama Administration Defends the Use of Drones

    05.03.12
  • Romney’s Foreign Policy and Russia

    03.30.12
  • Book Review: ‘Managing Country Risk’

    03.18.12