The world is more complicated than ever, and the challenges facing the United States more numerous than ever: a revanchist Russia, a resurgent China, a reckless North Korea, a ruthless ISIS, and more. What lies ahead for the next president of the United States? How should the next Administration set priorities? How large a role can or should America play? To answer these questions, we are pleased to feature Kori Schake.
Schake is a Research Fellow of the Hoover Institution, a member of the FPRI Board of Advisors, and a regular contributor to Foreign Policy. She has served as Deputy Director for Policy Planning in the State Department and Director for Defense Strategy and Requirements on the National Security Council.