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Nadia Schadlow

Senior Program Officer

Smith Richardson Foundation , Inc.

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Smith Richardson Foundation , Inc.

60 Jesup Road

Westport, Connecticut,06880

United States

Company Description

The Smith Richardson Foundation was established in 1935 by H. Smith Richardson and his wife, Grace Jones Richardson. He lived by principles that are often termed old-fashioned, and he gave generously of his wealth. Few people have combined Mr. Richardson's res...more

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SLD Forum

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Brian Hook and Nadia Schadlow were two of the lesser known policy wonks who participated in these meetings, determining vital issues of war and peace.
Then there's Nadia Schadlow, another prominent operative with impeccable neocon credentials. She was the senior program officer at the Smith Richardson Foundation, where her main job was to underwrite the neocon project by offering grants to the many think tanks in their network. For the better part of a decade she pursued a PhD under the tutelage of Eliot Cohen, who has pronounced himself a "Never Trumper" and has questioned the president's mental health. Cohen, along with H.R. McMaster, provided editorial guidance to Schadlow for her book extolling nation-building and how we can do more of it. Relationships beget jobs, which is how Schadlow became deputy assistant to the president, with the task, given by her boss H.R. McMaster, of writing the administration's National Security Strategy.


Articles - Page 4 - Max Boot

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Former George W. Bush aide Dina Powell, a fluent Arabic speaker and Goldman Sachs alumna, will become deputy national security advisor, and Nadia Schadlow, an expert on military affairs, will leave the Smith Richardson Foundation to take charge of strategic planning.


Think Tank Watch: December 2012

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Dr. Nadia Schadlow, a senior program officer at the Smith Richardson Foundation, penned this piece for Foreign Policy magazine.


WIIS Honor Roll | Women In International Security

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Nadia Schadlow
Senior Program Officer, Smith Richardson Foundation


www.dupuyinstitute.org

Nadia Schadlow, a senior program officer at the Smith Richardson Foundation, pushed back against the idea that the Army needs a better narrative.
She contends that the Army has already developed a theory of warfare that spells out how it believes near and medium-term wars will be fought and that it is now up to the critics to explain what aspects of this theory they object to and why. Schadlow sketched out the U.S. Army's current theory of warfare as it has been explained by senior Army leaders and in doctrinal publications. The notion of a military service defining its own theory of warfare-as opposed to adopting a general theory of warfare-is an interesting one. [Schadlow drew the paragraph above from TRADOC Pamphlet 525-3-1The U.S. Army Operating Concept 2020-2040: Win in a Complex World (2014)] Schadlow referenced a recent article by U.S. Army Major Robert Chamberlain that assessed the German Army's theory of warfare in the context of its military defeat at Verdun in 1916.


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