Kyle Allen's Blog
Kyle M. Allen is a student and research fellow at the University of North Texas. He is pursuing an M.S. in Political Science with a focus in International Relations and is finishing coursework for a B.A. in Political Science with a focus in International Relations and a B.A. in International Studies with a concentration in International Security and Diplomacy and a minor in Russian. Allen is Undergraduate Research Fellow for the Castleberry Peace Institute, Department of Political Science, and University of North Texas where he studies U.S.-Russian relations, conflict, resolution, and security policy. In 2015, Allen worked as a research assistant for the U.S. Department of Defense-funded Issues Correlates of War (ICOW) Project and was designated the University of North Texas Outstanding Student in International Relations. He was Visiting Researcher at Harvard University and a U.S. Department of State-sponsored Gilman Scholar at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. Allen was born in Houston, Texas, and was raised in Dayton, a small town nearby. In 2014, after completing two years at Lone Star college, Allen moved to Denton, near Dallas, to attend the University of North Texas. In his spare time, he enjoys travelling throughout Russia and Europe; snowboarding; and spending long nights drinking cherry ale with friends and those he meets in his travels. Allen became interested in international affairs after spending his high school years participating in policy debate and playing the video game, Eve Online.
У проблемы Корейского полуострова нет военного решения. А какое есть?
Восстановление многостороннего переговорного процесса без предварительных условий со всех сторон 147 (32%) Решения не будет, пока ситуация выгодна для внутренних повесток Ким Чен Ына и Дональда Трампа 146 (32%) Демилитаризация региона, основанная на российско-китайском плане «заморозки» 82 (18%) Без открытого военного конфликта все-таки не обойтись 50 (11%) Ужесточение экономических санкций в отношении КНДР 18 (4%) Усиление политики сдерживания со стороны США — модернизация военной инфраструктуры в регионе 14 (3%)