Dan Haverty is an intern at the Pulitzer Center and a recent graduate of University College Cork where he received his MA in International Relations. He also holds a BA in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross. His academic research examined the interplay between Anglo-Irish constitutional change and paramilitary activity during the Northern Ireland peace process, and he has written several articles on topics related to issues in peacebuilding in post-conflict societies. He recently completed an internship at the Atlantic Council where he helped support the Millennium Leadership Program and wrote blog posts covering contemporary political developments in France, Ireland, and the UK. His work has also been featured in Irish Central, Foreign Policy Journal, and Global Risks Insights.