Andrew Latham, Senior Fellow
Expertise: Historical Geopolitics, Grand Strategy, Great Power Competition, History of International Thought
Dr. Andrew Latham is a professor of international relations and political theory at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He is also a non-resident fellow at Defense Priorities, a Washington DC-based think tank, and a regular opinion contributor at The Hill.
His research is focused on both international relations and political theory. In the field of international relations, he has published eight single-authored or edited books, numerous articles in peer-reviewed academic journals (including European Journal of International Relations; International Studies Quarterly; Contemporary Security Policy; International Studies Review, and International Journal) and over one hundred works of public scholarship (in publications such as The National Interest, The Diplomat, 19FortyFive, the World financial Review, Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs, RealClearDefense, DefenseOne, Wavell Room, Responsible Statecraft, Strategy Bridge, and The Conversation).
He has also published articles on political theory. These have appeared in publications such as Commonweal, First Things, New Oxford Review, Touchstone, EthikaPolitika, Providence, Genealogies of Modernity, Public Discourse, and Crisis Magazine.
In 2015, he published his first novel, The Holy Lance. In 2018, he was awarded a U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities research grant in support of his research project on medieval political theory, which culminated in his most recent book, Medieval Sovereignty. He is currently working on a book provisional entitled China’s Grand Strategy: A History, 1950-2050.
He earned his PhD from York University in Toronto, and his MA from Queen’s University in Kingston.