Antulio J. Echevarria II is a Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Program on National Security and is the editor of the US Army War College Quarterly, Parameters. He holds a doctorate in modern history from Princeton University, and is the author of five books: After Clausewitz (Kansas 2001), Clausewitz and Contemporary War (Oxford 2007), Imagining Future War (PSI 2007), Reconsidering the American Way of War (Georgetown 2014), and Military Strategy: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford 2017) as well as numerous articles and monographs on strategic thinking, military theory, and military history. He is former US Army officer and a graduate of the US Military Academy, the US Army Command and General Staff College, and the US Army War College. He has also completed a NATO Fulbright Fellowship, and has been a Visiting Research Fellow at Oxford University in 2011-12. He is an external board member of the Institute for the Study of War and Strategy at St. Andrew’s University in Scotland, and a member of the editorial boards of the Journal for Strategic Studies and Armed Forces & Society. Professor Echevarria formerly held the Elihu Root Chair of Military Studies at the US Army War College. He is currently working on a critical analysis of modern US strategic thinking for Cambridge University Press.