John Ruehl

John Ruehl is an Australian-American living just outside Washington DC. He holds a Master’s degree in conflict and development from Universidad Jaume I in Spain, and a BA from Sydney University. He currently teaches world history and geography, while his articles on geopolitics and international relations have appeared in International Policy Digest and Politics Means Politics.

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