Caitlin McCulloch is a graduate student in International Relations and Comparative Politics. Her work focuses on the domestic contexts for foreign policy, specifically intervention into interstate war, rebel tactics and interstate conflict. Previously a Peace Corps volunteer in the Republic of Georgia, she still has a keen interest in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus. She holds a B.A. with honors from Cornell University in Government/China and Asia-Pacific Studies.
Areas of Interest
- Domestic policy/crises and foreign policy, separatism and civil conflict, authoritarian regimes, corruption, Eastern Europe, the Asia-Pacific.
Degree TypeBADegree DetailsCornell University, Government/China and Asia-Pacific Studies (with honors)
Degree TypeMADegree DetailsUniversity of Maryland, College Park , Government and Politics
- Comparative Politics
- International Relations