Drew Herrick

Monroe Hall # 422


Major — International Relations

Minor —  Quantitative and Qualitative Methods

Drew Herrick is a Political Science PhD student specializing in international relations and research methods at George Washington University. Drew is also a RAND researcher and a Nonresident Fellow in the International Security Program at New America. Previously, Drew was selected as a RAND Summer Associate, worked as a Research Associate at The Mershon Center for International Security Studies, and as a Political Risk Consultant. He studies issues relating to the intersection of international security and technology, especially strategic counter-norm activity, offensive social media operations, and the military value of cyber capabilities. His dissertation examines how states strategically counter and disrupt global national security norms and networks.


Current Research

International security; cybersecurity; networks and norms; strategic studies; international relations theory; technology; disruptive innovation; data visualization.


M.A. George Washington University, 2014
B.A. The Ohio State University, 2011

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