Ten Distinguished Scholars Join Quincy Institute as Non-Resident Fellows


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WASHINGTON, DC — The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft is excited to welcome ten accomplished individuals in academia and media to its growing roster of Non-Resident Fellows. QI’s Non-Resident Fellows program connects a broad network of restraint-oriented thinkers who help bring the best in outside-the-beltway thinking into the DC foreign policy conversation.

“This has been a tragic and tumultuous year in international relations, underscoring the vital need for fresh thinking about how the U.S. should engage with a rapidly-changing world,” QI Executive Vice President Trita Parsi said. “We’re thrilled to welcome this talented new group of scholars to the QI team — their contributions will be immensely helpful to our mission of moving U.S. foreign policy away from endless war and toward vigorous diplomacy in pursuit of peace.”

The new fellows bring a diverse array of experience and expertise that will be an invaluable asset to the Quincy Institute’s mission of promoting military restraint and vigorous diplomacy in U.S. foreign policy.

Hailing from communities around the United States and England, the fellows — Roxane Farmanfarmaian (University of Cambridge), Michael Brenes (Yale University), Nathan Park, Shana Marshall (George Washington University), Cathal Nolan (Boston University), Jonathan Askonas (Catholic University of America), Shireen al-Adeimi (Michigan State University), Nando Vila (Exile Content), Neta Crawford (University of Oxford), and Steven Kosiak (ISM Strategies) — will help carry QI’s message to audiences far from Washington.

These individuals are leaders in their respective fields of work and study, from media and entertainment, to defense and national security, to the Middle East and East Asia, to America’s war economy and military industrial complex. Their contributions will broaden and deepen the impact of the Quincy Institute’s work across all aspects of U.S. foreign policy.

Since QI’s founding in 2019, the Non-Resident Fellows program has connected scholars, practitioners, advocates, and journalists from around the country and given them a platform in Washington. With these latest additions, the program now includes 44 fellows.