Dr. Harris is an expert on international security and US foreign policy. He is the author of more than two dozen peer-reviewed articles and over 200 additional features, blogs, op-eds, and reviews. His scholarly work has appeared in journals such as Asian Perspective, Asian Security, International Affairs, Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs, Marine Policy, National Interest, Parameters, Political Science Quarterly, Review of International Studies, and Third World Quarterly.
His work has been funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Charles Koch Foundation, and Smith Richardson Foundation. He is a Non-Resident Fellow with Defense Priorities and a Contributing Editor at 19FortyFive.com.
Dr. Fielder researches interpersonal trust and emergent political processes through cyber-based interaction, speculative fiction analysis, and through tabletop, networked, and live-action gaming as natural experiments. He has over two decades of experience designing, executing, and assessing training exercises and wargames, from small-group tabletop discussions to multi-day exercises engaging 5,000+ participants.
Dr. Fielder earned his Ph.D. in political science from The University of Iowa in 2012 and retired from the military in 2019 after 25 years of service as a Lieutenant Colonel, Associate Professor of Political Science, and International Relations Division Chief at the United States Air Force Academy. He was formerly a Non-Resident Fellow, Brute Krulak Center for Innovation and Creativity, Marine Corps University, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Dr. Fielder is author of Current World Problems (Kendall Hunt) and co-editor of Simulations and Games in the Political Science Classroom (Taylor & Francis).
Dr. Fattor is an expert on international politics, political theory, and the politics of media (“strategy, struggle, and spectacle”). He earned his Ph.D. from the Korbel School of International Studies and has previously taught at the University of Denver, University of Colorado, and Hendrix College.
Dr. Fattor is the author of Crisis and Interregnum: World Order in Transition (Exeter University Press) and The American Empire and the Arsenal of Entertainment: Soft Power and Cultural Weaponization (Palgrave Macmillan).
Dr. Bae has broad expertise in international security and the international relations of the Asia-Pacific. He received his Ph.D. from UCLA and previously held positions at the Scowcroft Institute for International Affairs (Texas A&M University), Colgate University, and the KDI School of Public Policy and Management.
His work has appeared in journals such as International Interactions, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, Journal of Global Security Studies, and Foreign Affairs online. His current research interests include the relationship between international conflict and authoritarian stability as well as how (and whether) international politics in East Asia differ from other regions of the world. Dr. Bae’s work has been supported by the George Marshall Foundation and the Institute for Global Conflict and Cooperation.