Afghanistan, Pakistan, Middle East, Terrorism, and Military Strategy
Adam Wunische covers Afghanistan and Pakistan for the Quincy Institute, researching military strategy, terrorism, and foreign policy. He is also an instructor at the George Washington University's Security Policy Studies program. He is a PhD candidate at Boston College where he studies U.S. foreign policy, national security, military interventions and strategy, armed statebuilding operations (nation-building), terrorism, civil-military relations, and Afghanistan. He’s taught classes on terrorism, international security, and military effectiveness. He’s published articles in War on the Rocks, The New Republic, The National Interest, The Diplomat, The Strategy Bridge, and The Journal of Political Science Education. Formerly, he was a graduate fellow at the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy and a consulting analyst for the International Institute for Strategic Studies covering Afghanistan and Pakistan. He is also a veteran of the U.S. Army, completing two deployments to Afghanistan.