Dominique R. Batiste
International Relations Researcher and Observer
Dominique is the Journal Director of CIRIS, serving as the editor and point of contact for scholars and students who desire peer review and publication of their original academic work. Her academic specialization includes the economy, security matters, and multilateral relations of member states within the European Union and the United Nations. Dominique is a 12-year veteran of the United States Army Military Police Corps, as well as a law enforcement veteran of the Louisiana Department of Public Safety - State Police. Dominique is a doctoral student with a concentration in International Education. She earned her Masters at the University of San Diego in International Relations at the Joan B. Kroc School for Peace and Justice. She also obtained her Bachelor's degree in Political Science with an emphasis in International Relations from American Military University. She spends her spare time traveling, spending time with family and friends, and has two Springerdoodles - Hawke and Tiger.
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