J. Peter Scoblic is a fellow in the International Security Program at New America, where he writes and speaks about prediction. Previously, he served as executive editor of Foreign Policy and The New Republic. He was also deputy staff director of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, where he was a nuclear weapons adviser and chief foreign policy speechwriter for Chairman John Kerry. He has written for publications from The New York Times to the journal Science, and in 2008 Viking Press published his book, U.S. vs. Them, an intellectual history of the modern conservative movement and its impact on American foreign policy. He received his A.B. in political science, with honors, from Brown University, and he is currently pursuing his doctorate in management at Harvard Business School.
Fellow in the International Security Program at New America