Chris Estep is the Communications Specialist at the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), where he coordinates the Center’s digital engagement and congressional relations efforts.
Estep holds a Master of Arts degree in Security Policy Studies from The George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, where he concentrated in U.S. National Security. A graduate of Eastern Nazarene College (ENC) on Boston’s South Shore, Estep received a Bachelor of Arts in History and Religion. His thesis research focused on the intersection of President Harry Truman's Cold War-era diplomacy and midcentury popular religious sentiment in the United States.
Estep’s writing has appeared in Just Security, Slate, The Hill, Business Insider, The National Interest, and more.
Recent Publications & News
CommentarySharper: Global Coronavirus Response
By Chris Estep & Cole Stevens
CommentarySharper: The 5G Future
By Megan Lamberth, Chris Estep & Cole Stevens
CommentarySharper: America's National Security Workforce
By Emma Moore, Chris Estep & Cole Stevens
CommentaryAs the coronavirus spreads, Americans have to flatten the misinformation curve too
By Megan Lamberth & Chris Estep
CommentaryFor House, Senate National Security Committees, Stopgaps for Term Limits
By Chris Estep
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