Dr. George E. Bogden is an Olin Fellow at Columbia Law School and a Senior Visiting Researcher at Bard College. He previously served as the Helmut Schmidt Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States and a George F. Kennan Fellow at the Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute.
His research on diplomatic history and nuclear policy is funded by the Smith Richardson Foundation, the British Library, and several other institutions. The Hungary Foundation selected Dr. Bogden as an inaugural Senior Fellow, in residence in Budapest, and he was the first Associate Director of the Center for the Future of Liberal Society at the Hudson Institute.
Dr. Bogden’s commentary has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, War on the Rocks, GMFUS’s Paper Series, The American Interest, 1945, The Wavell Room, The National Interest,Presidential Studies Quarterly, and has been cited by Washington Post, as well as several other publications. Routledge will feature his forthcoming chapter in its first Handbook on Strategic Culture this fall.
During the 2021 term, he became a Senior Law Clerk at the United States Court of International Trade. Before defending his dissertation, he undertook a Fulbright Fellowship in Kosovo. Dr. Bogden’s research has been recognized by the Brussels Forum Young Writers Award and the Trench Gascoigne Essay Prize. After earning his BA from Yale, he served as the university’s Joseph C. Fox Fellow in Istanbul. He is a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, as well as a member of Bretton Woods Committee, Chatham House, and IISS.