Associate Fellow, Project on Intl. Order & Strategy, Brookings Institution
Will Moreland is an associate fellow with the Brookings Institution’s Project on International Order and Strategy. He focuses on U.S. strategy in a geopolitically competitive world. His current projects include work on the U.S. alliance system, containing great power revisionism, and assessing international security architectures. He also co-leads “America in the World: A Debate,” a series that convened conversations on the U.S. global role in cities across the United States. From 2015-2017, he staffed the Brookings Order from Chaos task force, a bipartisan initiative to craft a U.S. national security strategy for the 45th U.S. president. Will served as the 2017 International Order Fellow for Young Professionals in Foreign Policy. His publications have appeared at Brookings and, among others, The National Interest, Vox, and RealClearBooks. He worked with the Department of State at the outbreak of the Ukraine Crisis and with DOD working on European and NATO policy. Will holds a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University in History and Political Science and a Master of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service.
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