Sean Keeley
School of International and Public Affairs
Sean Keeley is a second-year student at SIPA, pursuing a Master of International Affairs degree in International Security Policy with a regional concentration in Russia and the former Soviet states. At Columbia, he is a program assistant at the Harriman Institute and a member of the International Fellows Program. Prior to graduate school, he studied international affairs and Russian at Boston College and worked as a writer and editor at The American Interest. Sean is particularly interested in U.S.-Russian relations and hopes to work in the federal government after graduation.

Sean Keeley is a second-year student at SIPA, pursuing a Master of International Affairs degree in International Security Policy with a regional concentration in Russia and the former Soviet states. At Columbia, he is a program assistant at the Harriman Institute and a member of the International Fellows Program. Prior to graduate school, he studied international affairs and Russian at Boston College and worked as a writer and editor at The American Interest. Sean is particularly interested in U.S.-Russian relations and hopes to work in the federal government after graduation.

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