Why a US policy of fomenting regime change in Iran is a bad idea
James Siebens is a Research Associate with the Defense Strategy and Planning program at the Stimson Center, and an editor of Military Coercion and US Foreign Policy: The Use of Force Short of War (Routledge 2020), a book on US military operations since the end of the Cold War. Siebens’ research focuses on grand strategy, foreign military intervention, and gray zone conflict. He previously served as Special Assistant to the President and CEO at the Stimson Center. Prior to joining Stimson, Siebens worked as a Data Analyst with the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) at the University of Maryland, where he contributed to a Defense Department project on Gray Zone conflict. Siebens holds an M.A. in International Affairs with a concentration in Global Security from American University’s School of International Service.