Kyle J. Wolfley is an Army strategist at US Army Cyber Command and former assistant professor of international affairs at West Point, where he taught advanced international relations, a national security seminar, and a senior project that developed research on great power competition and deterrence for the US Strategic Command Academic Alliance. Prior to teaching, he commanded two infantry companies in the 82nd Airborne Division and served as a platoon leader in Germany and Afghanistan. Kyle has published in Foreign Policy Analysis, Joint Force Quarterly, Modern Warfare Institute, Strategy Bridge, Military Review Online, and Infantry Magazine. He is a term member at the Council on Foreign Relations and his book Military Statecraft and the Rise of Shaping in World Politics won the 2021 Andrew Krepinevich Award and was selected for the Irregular Warfare Initiative’s inaugural reading list. He holds a PhD and MA in government from Cornell University and a BS from West Point.
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