James Siebens

James Siebens is a fellow with the Defense Strategy and Planning program at the nonpartisan Stimson Center, and an editor of Military Coercion and U.S. Foreign Policy: The Use of Force Short of War (Routledge 2020). He is currently conducting a study on the role of military and paramilitary coercion in China’s foreign policy. Siebens holds a master’s degree in International Affairs: Global Security from American University’s School of International Service and is a term member at the Council on Foreign Relations.