In his role as an Associate Fellow with HJS and Senior Analyst for Emerging Challenges with the NATO Defense College Foundation, Jason will lead a special programme entitled “NATO and the Global Enduring Disorder".
Jason Pack is the Founder of Libya-Analysis LLC and the non-profit Eye on ISIS, which creates the Libya Security Monitor. His most recent book, Libya and the Global Enduring Disorder (Hurst/Oxford University Press) explores what Libya’s dysfunctional economic structures, its ongoing civil war, and the lack of a coordinated international response to chaos in the country reveal about broader patterns in 21st century geopolitics.
In his role as an Associate Fellow with HJS and Senior Analyst for Emerging Challenges with the NATO Defense College Foundation, he will lead a special programme entitled “NATO and the Global Enduring Disorder,” which will produce a range of content (including a podcast and series of publications) with the ‘modest goal’ of sketching out a ‘unified field theory’ of our current era of geopolitics, while proposing actionable solutions to our most pressing collective action challenges like climate change, tax havens, Ukraine, and cybersecurity.His analysis and opinion articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Spectator, Newsweek, The Financial Times, The Guardian, Foreign Policy, and Foreign Affairs. He holds an M.St. in Global and Imperial History at St. Antony’s College, Oxford in 2011. He is a recipient of the UK Global Talent Visa and has been endorsed by the British Academy as a ‘global leader in his field’.