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Samantha Andrews (SIHA 2 and DMTC 6), intern for the Council on Foreign Relations’ Center for Preventative Action, recently wrote a guest piece for Micah Zenko’s blog, “Reevaluating U.S. Targeting Assistance to the Saudi-led Coalition in Yemen,” on why the United States should confirm the impact of Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen enabled by U.S. intelligence.
Samantha Andrews (SIHA 2 and DMTC 6) is currently pursuing her graduate studies in International Political Economy and Development as a Public Service Fellow at Fordham University. She recently completed an internship with the US Mission the United Nations in the Economic and Social Section, focusing on diplomatic engagements related to development and security. This summer, she has also been awarded a scholarship from Fordham University to intern at the Council on Foreign Relations in the Center for Preventative Action. Congratulations Samantha!