Phillip E. Cornell

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Academic Background: Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, MA with distinction, International Economics and European Studies, 2006 Focus in security policy analysis (Bologna, Italy and Washington, DC) London School of Economics and Political Science, 2002 European Economic Policies and Integration Stanford University, BA cum laude, International Relations, 2003 2003 Prize for Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis in International Relations: ”US-European Security Relations After The Cold War” Languages: English (native), French (fluent), German (interm), Spanish (interm) Professional Experience: NATO School Fellow (07/2006 to present) NATO School, Oberammergau, Germany Research Analyst (11/2005 to 03/2006) DFI International Security Consultants, Washington, DC Visiting Researcher (06/2005 to 8/2005) Royal United Services Institute, London, UK Venture Capital Research Analyst – France Region (11/2003 to 8/2004) Dow Jones International [VentureOne], London, UK Intern and Assistant Political Intelligence Analyst (6/2002 to 9/2002) Philip Gould and Associates, London, UK Research Assistant (6/2001 to 10/2001) Stanford University Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford, CA Publications “A Programme for Riga” Polaris, October 2006 “Federal Response to Katrina: Lessons Learned” contributing writer, published by the White House, February 2006 “American Military Base Closures – Part II: Defense on the Defensive” with Mark Joyce RUSI Newsbrief, August 2005 “Washington and the Eurocrisis” RUSI Newsbrief, August 2005 “The Case for Discriminate Force” Survival, vol. 44 issue 4 (2002), research assistant and contributor for Elizabeth Sherwood Randall and Ariel Levite articles in regional newspapers on international security issues Additional Activities: Stanford Journal of International Relations (Editor, 2002-2003) Stanford University Improvisational Acting Troop (1999-2001) Stanford University Polo Club (1999-2001) Frequent leisure sport: tennis, cycling, sailing Foreign travel and living (Southeast Asia, Central America, South America, Europe)



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