Matthew Kroenig

Georgetown University / Atlantic Council

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Matthew Kroenig is an associate professor of government at Georgetown University and a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council. He's worked in both the Department of Defense and the CIA. He is author of  The Logic of American Nuclear Strategy: Why Strategic Superiority Matters, which is due out in 2018.

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