Expertise: Civil liberties, terrorism
Ken Gude is a senior fellow for National Security at American Progress. He also leads several of the organization’s policy initiatives and projects.
Gude has worked at American Progress since its founding in 2003—serving in numerous roles, including chief of staff and vice president and managing director of National Security and International Policy. Gude is one of the leading experts on the prison at Guantanamo Bay and the intersection of law and security in the fight against terrorism.
Prior to joining American Progress, Gude was a policy analyst at the Center for National Security Studies, where he focused on post-September 11 civil liberties issues. He also had stints at the Council on Foreign Relations and the British Labour Party, where he served as a policy officer working the campaign against the privatization of British Rail. He has been published in numerous print and online publications, including the Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, and The Philadelphia Inquirer; is a frequent commentator in print and broadcast media; and has contributed to the books Protecting Democracy: International Responses and Power and Superpower.
By Ken Gude
|Trump’s Dangerous Terrorism Blame Game||Center for American Progress Action||February 8, 2017|
|Too Reckless to Be Commander in Chief||Center for American Progress Action||June 29, 2016|
|Here’s how not to respond to the Brussels attacks||The Guardian||March 22, 2016|
|Romney’s National Security Team Is Like the Second Voyage of the Titanic||Center for American Progress Action||October 7, 2011|