Kroenig is an expert on U.S. national security policy and strategy, nuclear deterrence, arms control, nuclear nonproliferation, Iran, and counterterrorism. From May 2010 to May 2011, he served as a Special Advisor in the Office of the Secretary of Defense on a Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellowship, where he worked on defense policy and strategy for Iran. In 2005, he worked as a strategist in the Office of the Secretary of Defense where he authored the first-ever U.S. government strategy for deterring terrorist networks. For his work, Kroenig was awarded the Office of the Secretary of Defense’s Award for Outstanding Achievement. He also regularly consults with the defense, energy, and intelligence communities.
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Argues that the United States should not pursue a nuclear damage-limitation capability against China, and that various countermeasures can thwart U.S. surveillance systems relevant to hunting mobile intercontinental ballistic missiles.