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Erin Hurley

Erin Hurley, PhD, is an expert on the intersection between national security policy and domestic politics. She previously worked in legislative affairs at the US Department of Defense and earned her doctorate in International Relations from the University of Sydney.  Her research focuses on public preferences regarding the use of military force and the limits of partisanship during wartime. Erin is currently based in Washington, DC, and working as a consultant. 

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