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.
Author Archive | John Lyman
Time to Reset the Reset in U.S.-Russian Relations
Paul Ryan In, Foreign Policy Out
John Lyman 08.14.12
Syria’s Descent Raises Disturbing Questions
Romney’s Approach to Foreign Policy
John Lyman 07.07.12
Obama’s Dwindling Options in Syria
Review of Jennifer Ciotta’s ‘I, Putin’
John Lyman 06.05.12
The Resumption of Business as Usual Between Pakistan and the U.S.
Are ‘Good-Faith Assurances’ with the Chinese Enough?
John Lyman 05.05.12
The Obama Administration Defends the Use of Drones
John Lyman 05.03.12
Romney’s Foreign Policy and Russia
John Lyman 03.30.12
Book Review: ‘Managing Country Risk’
John Lyman 03.18.12
Netanyahu’s and Obama’s Unsavory Choices on Iran
Saudi Arabia and Qatar Ratchet Up Pressure on Assad
Can Romney Make a Credible Pivot to the Center?
John Lyman 02.22.12
Review of Foreign Policy Association’s ‘After the Arab Spring’
John Lyman 01.12.12
The Internal Debate over Israel’s Identity
John Lyman 12.30.11
Kim Jong-Il Dead, Now What?
John Lyman 12.19.11
GOP Lacks a Coherent Foreign Policy Message
John Lyman 11.23.11