Bryan Bowman

Program Assistant, Middle East Policy

Bryan Bowman

Bryan Bowman is the program assistant for Middle East policy. As a member of FCNL’s 2020-2021 class of Young Fellows, he is working to advance a more progressive U.S. foreign policy based on restraint, diplomacy, and peace.

Prior to joining FCNL in August 2020, Bryan served as an editor and reporter at the Globe Post, an international news publication based in Washington D.C. As a journalist, his reporting was focused on U.S. foreign policy, human rights, and humanitarian crises. This included covering the war in Yemen and the United States’ role in it, as well as efforts in Congress to end America’s complicity in the humanitarian crisis there.

In addition to the Globe Post, his writing has been published in the Washington Post, U.S. News and World Report, the Conversation U.S., Truthout, and more. Bryan holds a B.A. in Journalism and Certificate of International Relations from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he also received the university’s highest award for undergraduate research in 2018.

Articles by Bryan Bowman

Update It’s Time for Congress to Put an End to U.S. Complicity in the Saudi-Led War on Yemen 

It’s difficult to overstate the severity of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.