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Shadow Government

Shadow Government welcomes Michael J. Green

The Shadow Gov 2.0 rollout continues, this time with an inaugural post from our newest member: Mike Green. Dr. Green is one of the most respected Asia hands in the business and political figures from both sides of the aisle value his counsel. He served with distinction on the Bush NSC staff from 2001 through ...

The Shadow Gov 2.0 rollout continues, this time with an inaugural post from our newest member: Mike Green. Dr. Green is one of the most respected Asia hands in the business and political figures from both sides of the aisle value his counsel. He served with distinction on the Bush NSC staff from 2001 through 2005, rising to be special assistant to the president and senior director in charge of the Asia shop. We look forward to his contributions and we are trying to figure out how to exploit one of his less-well-known talents: He is an accomplished bag-piper. If Shadow Government ever goes multimedia, we are now assured of escalation dominance over all our rivals.

Welcome aboard, Mike.

Peter D. Feaver is a professor of political science and public policy at Duke University, where he directs the Program in American Grand Strategy.

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