Dr. Kori Schake is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution. She is the editor, with Jim Mattis, of the book Warriors and Citizens: American Views of Our Military. She teaches Thinking About War at Stanford, is a columnist for Foreign Policy magazine, and a contributor to War on the Rocks. Her history of the Anglo-American hegemonic transition is forthcoming (2017) from Harvard University Press.
She has served in various policy roles including at the White House for the National Security Council; at the Department of Defense for the Office of the Secretary and Joint Chiefs of Staff and the State Department for the Policy Planning Staff.
Her recent publications include: Republican Foreign Policy After Trump (Survival, Fall 2016), National Security Challenges for the Next President (Orbis, Winter 2017), Will Washington Abandon the Order?, (Foreign Affairs, Jan/Feb 2017).
- Grover Cleveland’s Administration: Prequel to America’s Rise? - Orbis -
- How to Grade Trump’s National Security Strategy on a Curve - Foreign Policy -
- Religious Bias Is Distorting American Foreign Policy - The Atlantic -
- What Causes War? - Orbis -
- Dereliction of Duty Reconsidered: The Book that Made the National Security Advisor - War on the Rocks -
- National Security Challenges - Orbis -
- The Disconnect Beneath the Praise for U.S. Military - The Wall Street Journal -
- Security and Solvency - Orbis -
- Margin Call: How to Cut a Trillion from Defense - Orbis -
- Choices for the Quadrennial Defense Review - Orbis -
In the news
- Kori Schake Appeared on Morning Edition to Discuss Trump’s approach to national security and terrorism in his speech - Scholars in the News -
- Kori Schake Lecture Quoted by Trudy Rubin in Philadelphia Inquirer - Scholars in the News -
- FPRI Board of Advisors Member Kori Schake in Foreign Policy on “America’s Halfhearted ‘Pivot’ to Asia” - Scholars in the News -