Michael Edward “Eddie” Walsh serves as an Adjunct Fellow for Emerging Technologies and High-end Threats at the Federation of American Scientists.
His professional experience spans journalism, foreign policy, information technology, and military affairs. Mr. Walsh currently works as a senior foreign correspondent covering defense, diplomacy, and technology issues in the Asia-Pacific.
He previously held roles as a senior communications manager and cyber security program manager at Microsoft Corporation and management consultant to the Department of Defense on non-traditional security threats. He also worked for the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, where he was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation.
Mr. Walsh is the Vice Chair of International Correspondents at the National Press Club, a non-resident WSD-Handa Fellow at Pacific Forum CSIS, a Senior Fellow at the Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies at Georgetown University, and a full member of the International Network of Emerging Nuclear Specialists (INENS).
Mr. Walsh received his BA from The Johns Hopkins University and his MA from The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). He also attended executive education at the Harvard Business School and The Wharton School and professional training at the United States Institute of Peace.
2013 March 14: Huffington Post, "Fiji High Commissioner: China Stepped In When U.S. and UK Withdrew"
2013 February 13: Huffington Post, "New Zealand High Commissioner: Shared Values Driving Ever Stronger U.S.-NZ Partnership"
2013 January 18: The Strategist, "Google in North Korea: Pyongyang Kowtow or Smart Diplomacy?"
2012 December 13: Al Jazeera, "Instagram Arms Control: WMD Prevention Versus Internet Freedom"
2012 December 10, Al Jazeera: "WWF Drones Raise Serious Questions for International Security"