Jeremiah Rozman

 

Jeremiah Rozman

Office

Gibson Hall, 1540 Jefferson Park Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22904

Subfield

International Relations

Dissertation

“Socializing Militants: How States End Asymmetric Conflict with Non-state Opponents”

Degrees

BA, University of Vermont

Current Placement

National Security Analyst at the Association of the U.S. Army.

Statement

My research interests include: Security and strategic studies, the politics of resource and trade/shipping route security, global counterterrorism and counter insurgency, Middle East politics and the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the role of governmental messages and media approach/framing during the build up to a war deemed necessary or unavoidable.

Publications and Coverage

– 2020: “The U.S. Will Not Tolerate the Israel-Gaza Paradigm in Iraq.” Real Clear Defense. January 15.

– 2020. “Narcotics Trafficking: A National Security Issue.” Jewish Policy Center InFocus Quarterly. Winter Issue.

– 2019.” Explaining Interests in Eastern Syria.” Jerusalem Post. November 10.

– 2019. “Focus on Partners to Boost U.S. Security.” Army Magazine. Coauthored with Lieutenant Colonel Eugene Irby. November 1.

– 2019. “Stopping Iran’s Nuclear Ambitions Through Power and Resolve.” Real Clear Defense, August 26.

– 2019. “Training the Trainers Preparing to Launch the New ACFT.” Army University Press NCO Journal. Coauthored with Major Bradley Cooper. August 23.

– 2019. “Urbanization and Megacities: Implications for the U.S. Army The Institute of Land Warfare. August 1.

– 2019. “The Army Is Preparing to Go Underground.” Real Clear Defense. July 3.

– 2019. “How Israel Can Return Security to its South.” Jewish Policy Center. May 8.

– 2019. “Long-term Risks in Israel’s Short-term Conflict Avoidance in Gaza.” Jerusalem Post. April 16.

– 2019. “Fund Land Forces for Strong National Security.” Army Magazine. April 1.

– 2019. “U.S. Works to Minimize Harm to Civilians.” Army Magazine, January 1.

– 2018. “Israel’s Winning Strategy Against Hamas.” Jerusalem Post, June 3.

– 2017. “The Status-Quo Will Likely Remain.” Jerusalem Post, December 12.

– 2017. “On Russia, America Should Pick Its Battles.” National Interest, February 27.

Awards and Honors