Lauren Zane is an undergraduate student at the College of William and Mary majoring in Government. For the past several years, Lauren has worked with different organizations in researching international security, democracy, and global development. She interned with the Air Force Air Combat Command in presenting research on the United States’ relationship with Colombia and Venezuela. The next year, she worked with open source intelligence to write an analysis for Army Training Doctrine Command on proxy wars in Syria. Recently, while interning with the Army Futures Combat Command, Lauren wrote papers on Chinese Unrestricted Warfare and assisted in furthering development on the modernization of the Army.