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Glynn Cosker

Glynn Cosker is a writer and editor, currently based in New England. He is the Managing Editor of EDM Digest. Glynn has more than 20 years of writing experience, and he’s the Managing Editor of EDM Digest's sister blog site: In Homeland Security. Born and raised in the U.K., he began his career in government and spent 12 years working in the Consular Section of the British Embassy in Washington – attaining the rank of Vice Consul in the late 1990s. Glynn and his family live in New England.

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PODCAST: Securing and Rebuilding Post-Conflict Nations

In this podcast, APUS Doctoral Program Professor, Dr. Carlson-Rainer, speaks to Aaron Spencer - a senior official with the United Nations Development Program in Kabul.

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A small punitive strike by the three Western allies against a limited target will not change the situation in Syria.

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Ukrainian Soldiers Tell of Fighting in Europe’s Forgotten War

The forgotten war: At this very moment, a war rages on in Europe. It is a war with no monuments. No parades. No victories. Only casualties.

VA Still in Disarray Four Years after Veterans Wait-List Death Scandal

Four years have passed since a scandal erupted in 2014 at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Not much has changed during those years.

Chemical Weapons Aren’t Assad’s Only Atrocity. We Need New ‘Red Lines.’

An effective U.S. response to Assad's chemical attack should take into account the overall brutality with which the Syrian president has conducted the war.

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