Adam Lammon

Adam Lammon (@AdamLammon) is a Fellow in Middle East Studies at the Center for the National Interest and the Executive Editor of The National Interest. He received his master’s degree in Security Policy Studies in 2017 from the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. Adam’s research and writing on Middle Eastern politics and security threats, climate change, and arms control have been published by The National InterestThe Spectator World, RealClearDefense, The Jerusalem Post, and The Jewish Veteran. He is also the coauthor of a monograph on U.S. Middle East strategy, American Policy and Changing Alignments in the Middle East (2018), and the coeditor of a second monograph on water security and climate change, Water Crises, Security and Climate Change (2018).