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Ritika Singh

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Ritika Singh is an M.A. candidate in Georgetown University's Asian Studies Program, where she focuses on security and politics in South Asia. Previously, she worked as a Project Coordinator at the Brookings Institution and an Associate Editor at Lawfare, a website devoted to national security legal issues. She has co-authored two book chapters, one on presidential power and civil liberties during the War of 1812, and the other on James Madison’s changing attitudes towards executive and federal power and security issues. She has also published a study on civilian casualties in drone strikes in the New Republic, and written pieces for World Politics Review, Slate, _and Commonweal._

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