Paul Scharre

Senior Fellow & Director, Technology & National Security Program at Center for a New American Security

Paul Scharre

Paul Scharre

Senior Fellow & Director, Technology & National Security Program at Center for a New American Security

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Co-Founder at Center for a New American Security

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Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at The Asia Group LLC

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Chair, Independent Consultant at Center for a New American Security

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Individual Director at Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation

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President at Adaptive Strategies LLC

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Secretary & Director at Center for a New American Security

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Headmaster at The Haverford School

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Advisor at Center for a New American Security

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Founding Member at Center for a New American Security

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President at Center for a New American Security

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Paul Scharre
Senior Fellow & Director, Technology & National Security Program at Center for a New American Security
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Senior Fellow & Director, Technology & National Security Program
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The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) is a Washington, D.C.-based think tank established in 2007 by co-founders Michèle Flournoy and Kurt M. Campbell which specializes in U.S. national security issues. CNAS's stated mission is to develop strong, pragmatic and principled national security and defense policies that promote and protect American interests and values. CNAS focuses on terrorism and irregular warfare, the future of the U.S. military, the emergence of Asia as a global power center, and the national security implications of natural resource consumption

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Paul Scharre is affiliated with Center for a New American Security