Will Rogers is the Bacevich Fellow at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS). At CNAS, Mr. Rogers’ research focus is on science, technology and national security policy. He has authored or co-authored a range of publications on energy, climate change, environmental cooperation in Asia and cybersecurity.
Mr. Rogers is a contributor to a variety of CNAS reports, including Cooperation from Strength: The United States, China and the South China Sea (2012), Internet Freedom: A Foreign Policy Imperative in the Digital Age (2011), and Lost in Translation: Closing the Gap Between Climate Science and National Security Policy (2010). He is also the editor of the Natural Security Blog and a contributor to the National Journal's Energy Experts Blog.
Prior to joining CNAS, Mr. Rogers was an intern with the Environmental Change and Security Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars where he frequently wrote on environmental security for The New Security Beat. Previously, he served as a legislative intern in the office of U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer. He has studied abroad at the University of Auckland, in Auckland, New Zealand, where he was a recipient of the 2007 Political Studies Senior Prize Scholarship.
Mr. Rogers has a B.A. in Political Science-International Relations from the University of California, San Diego, with an emphasis in U.S. national security and foreign policy. He is currently a graduate student in Georgetown University’s Security Studies Program.