Ryan Bauer is a defense analyst at RAND. His research interests include homeland security, emergency preparedness, defense policy, Russian and European foreign policy, and information operations. Previously, Bauer worked as an analyst at CNA, where he conducted qualitative and quantitative analysis and policy research for a number of projects relating to homeland security, emergency preparedness, and law enforcement. Bauer holds a master's degree in Security Studies from Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. His studies focused on a variety of international security topics such as defense policy, information operations, international development, and regional focuses including Russia and Europe.
Joshua Tallis, Ryan Bauer, Lauren Frey, "ISIL’S Battlefield Tactics and the Implications for Homeland Security and Preparedness," Journal of Terrorism Research, 8(3), 2017
Ryan Bauer, "Russia’s Soft Power Development in the 21st Century," Small Wars Journal, 2016