Hal Rogers

Joseph S. Nye Intern

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Hal Rogers is a Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Intern for National Security at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS).

In 2022, he graduated from Georgetown University with a major in History and minors in Asian Studies and Mandarin. His undergraduate research focused on 19th and 20th century U.S. history and his thesis concerning the impact of flash photography on political journalism during the Progressive Era was ultimately published in RealClearHistory. He has previously interned at MSNBC and the United Nations, where he worked in the Office for Combatting Sexual Exploitation and Abuse.

Hal is currently pursuing a juris doctorate degree at Harvard Law School, where he has focused on criminal law, national security law, and foreign relations law. He serves as a staff editor for the Journal on National Security and most recently clerked in the Office of the Federal Public Defender for the District of Columbia, where he worked on a wide variety of criminal trials in federal district court.

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