Langdon is a Summer research assistant at the Fund for Peace. He is a recent graduate of the United States Military Academy were he received a Bachelor’s in Philosophy with a minor in Africa Regional Studies. As an undegraduate, he received a Stamps Scholarship which he used to conduct field research on the Cambodian Genocide in Cambodia and the 2011 NATO intervention in Libya at the U.S. Army’s Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute. As a 2021 Marshall Scholarship recipient, he will continue his research on the role of defense and security in conflict and atrocity prevention in the United Kingdom. He will use this scholarship to pursue a Master’s in Conflict, Security, and Development at King’s College London and a Master’s of Public Policy at the London School of Economics. Overall, he hopes to enhance the U.S. Army’s capacity to prevent conflict and atrocity throughout the world.
Raleigh, North Carolina
M.A., Conflict, Security, and Development
King’s College London
B.Sc., Philosophy and Africa Regional Studies
United States Military Academy at West Point