Jeffrey Chalifoux is currently a policy and legislation analyst in the government public service sector. He has an MA in political science from the University of Waterloo with a focus on international security, U.S. foreign policy, and counter-terrorism. His publications include one article in the Journal of Military and Strategic Studies titled, “Breaking the Cycle: Recognizing Past Success and Making U.S.-North Korean Reconciliation a Reality” and a second article in the Waterloo political science graduate journal Insight & Inquiry titled, “Major Shift or Business As Usual?: United States’ Strategic Policy Towards Asia.” Jeffrey’s masters dissertation analyzed U.S. counter-terrorism policy and strategy abroad in order to characterize the evolving nature of this area in U.S. policy and derive lessons learned for good policy.
Jeffrey is currently working on revisions with two collegues for a report on the state of global counter-terrorism governance, for publication with TSAS.