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Professor Adrian Lewis Appointed Quincy Institute Fellow

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Professor Adrian Lewis was recently appointed to be a Non-Resident Fellow at the Quincy Insitute for Responsible Statecraft, an organization dedicated to reorienting U.S. foreign policy towards peaceful global engagement.

As part of their mission, the Institute promotes ideas that move U.S. foreign policy away from needless war and toward international peace. As a Quincy Institute Fellow, Lewis will be part of a team of experts that aims to further the cause of diplomatic engagement and military restraint. Lewis, who has researched and written extensively on war, national security, and military affairs will use his expertise to further the Insitute's goals in his highly coveted position.

Professor Lewis is a David B. Pittaway Professor in Military History as well as a retired soldier. He specializes and teaches courses in 20th century warfare, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Moriyah Ramberg
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