About Jessie Daniels

Jessie Daniels is a Truman National Security Project fellow based in New York City. She has written case studies on the Northern Ireland Peace Process and The Pre-9/11 Intelligence and the Creation of the Director of National Intelligence for the Project on National Security Reform. She has also conducted research on future security challenges and multilateral responses at the International Peace Institute in New York. From 2003 to 2007, she worked as a national security legislative aide to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. Her work has been published in Asia Times Online, The Moderate Voice, The Reaction, and Foreign Policy Digest. Jessie holds a master of international affairs degree from Columbia University's School of International Affairs and bachelor's degree in history from Columbia College.

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