Gabriel Scheinmann is a Ph.D. candidate in Government at Georgetown University, focusing on international security, alliance architecture, and grand strategy. His dissertation work examines the impact of great power decline on alliances. He is a 2008 graduate of Harvard College, where he concentrated in Government and edited and co-founded the first Harvard College journal focusing on Middle Eastern affairs.
In addition, he serves as a consultant to the Japan Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, where he is conducting research on the history of U.S. grand strategy towards Asia. Over the past three years, he has been a Rumsfeld Foundation Graduate Fellow. His publications have been featured in The National Interest, DefenseNews, The Daily Caller, and The Washington Quarterly. He is fluent in English and French, speaks Hebrew, and has studied Arabic.