Biography

Haas studies law and international security, with her current research focusing on how congressional regulation can have unintended effects on the types of covert action used in U.S. foreign policy. Her other research interests include foreign policy decision-making, intelligence and secrecy, as well as international and constitutional law. She is also interested in archival work in qualitative and mixed-method research.

 

TEACHING AND RESEARCH AREAS

Haas' research focuses on: 

  • International security
  • International law
  • U.S. foreign policy
  • Intelligence
  • Covert action

 

OTHER ACADEMIC POSITIONS


Affiliate scholar, Pitt Cyber: University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security

 

SELECT PUBLICATIONS

 

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