Nadia Schadlow is a senior fellow at Hudson Institute and a co-chair of the Hamilton Commission on Securing America’s National Security Innovation Base.
She conducts research and analysis on a range of issues at the intersection of strategy, national security, and technology. She writes on topics that include the vulnerabilities of U.S. supply chains in areas such as advanced batteries and energetic materials, the relationship between climate and defense policy, and the disconnects between strategy and operational policies. Her articles have appeared in Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, The Hill, Parameters, the Wall Street Journal, Philanthropy, and several edited volumes.
Dr. Schadlow’s most recent government experience was as U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy. In that capacity, she led the drafting and publication of the 2017 National Security Strategy of the United States.