The Quincy Institute Welcomes Talented New Non-Resident Fellows


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WASHINGTON, DC — The Quincy Institute is pleased to welcome ten new fellows to its Non-Resident Fellows program. 

These new fellows, coming from diverse academic backgrounds, areas of expertise, and geographic locals, will help QI bring the best of outside-the-beltway foreign policy thinking to Washington and promote an understanding of military restraint across the country.

The new fellows — Samar al-Bulushi, Greg Grandin, David Kang, Ramzi Kassem, Justin Litke, Mike Mochizuki, Ariel Petrovics, Robert Ralston, Aileen Teague, and Alexander Thurston — are each leading scholars in their respective fields. They bring expertise in regions from Africa to Latin America to East Asia, and in issue areas from grand strategy to nuclear non-proliferation and human rights. Their contributions will deepen the Quincy Institute’s bench of expertise across a wide range of subjects, particularly issues concerning the Global South.

The Quincy Institute Non-Resident Fellows program connects academics, advocates, and former officials across the country and gives them a voice in the policymaking world. The addition of these new scholars will bring the total number of QI Non-Resident Fellows to 42.

“We’re incredibly excited to welcome this impressive group of scholars to the Quincy Institute team,” Quincy Institute Executive Vice President Trita Parsi said. “Their knowledge and experience will prove invaluable to the foreign policy conversation in DC, and to advancing our mission of a U.S. foreign policy based on peaceful engagement and vigorous diplomacy, not military domination and endless war.”