About Today’s DIRT

Today’s Defense and International Relations Topics was created in 2012 as an outlet to discuss contemporary defense and IR topics in an unceremonious and non-academic manner.  For the most part, entries present the author’s position on a number of contemporary issues. Occasionally,  a historical event is selected for analysis and discussion. The contents of this blog are the end product of the author’s opinions, beliefs and research efforts. Today’s DIRT is not sponsored by, or affiliated with any public or private universities, government agencies, NGOs, research institutes or US combatant commands.

A Little About The Author…..

The Author of this blog is in his thirties and resides on the east coast of the United States. He has extensive real world experience in the fields of International Relations and Defense. He has earned an MSFS from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, along with an MPA and Ph.D-Politics from Princeton University. At present he is employed. 🙂

 

2 comments on “About Today’s DIRT

  1. Hi Mike,

    Thanks for the “like” on my recent post. Your profile information reads: “He has extensive real world in the fields of International Relations and Defense. He has earned an MSFS from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, along with an MPA and Ph.D-Politics from Princeton University. At present he is employed.” I think you left out the word “experience” between “real world” and “in the fields of.”

    Best wishes,

    Nick

    • My Lord, you’re right. After that mistake, I should just remove any mention of my higher education! LOL Thanks for catching that.

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