Bryan T. Baker, Executive Editor
Bryan is the founder of Keeping The Republic and a Captain in the US Army Reserve, branched military intelligence. Between drill weekends Bryan teaches AP courses in American History, World History, and American Politics at a secondary institution in the Phoenix area. Bryan writes on politics and national security and his essays have been featured in Small Wars Journal, Task and Purpose, RealClear Defense, and E-International Relations. Bryan has undergraduate degrees in political science and history and he is currently wrapping up an M.A. in International Security through the University of Arizona. He tweets @CPTAmericanHist and his course websites can be found here.
Andrew, National Security Editor
Andrew is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and The Ohio State University, holding a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and a Master’s Degree in Political Science. After completing ROTC in undergrad, he served as an Army Military Intelligence Officer alongside Bryan and continues to serve the United States in the Department of Defense.
Alexander P. Langer, History Editor
Alex is a PhD candidate studying the intersection of cultural history and diplomatic history at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He also teaches undergraduate courses in American History at the same institution. Alex’s research examines Europe in the Cold War, and how tourism and cultural diplomacy affected and was affected by foreign policy. He holds an M.A in American History from Villanova and a B.A. in American History from the University of Arizona. He tweets @aplanger and you can view his scholarly writings at CONCEPT.