Professor Kerry K. Gershaneck
Senior Fellow, Regional Security and Geopolitical Trends
Professor Kerry K. Gershaneck is a regional security expert who specializes in National Security, Political Warfare, and Strategic Communications. He is a former Marine Corps officer with extensive Counterintelligence, Intelligence, Strategic Communications, and Combat arms experience. His more than 20 years in academia includes a posting as a Visiting Scholar at the Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies, National Chengchi University in Taiwan, a Senior Research Associate at Thammasat University Faculty of Law (CPG) in Thailand, an Adjunct Professor with University of Canberra's Institute for Governance & Policy Analysis (IPGA), and the Distinguished Visiting Professor at Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy and the Royal Thai Naval Academy in Thailand. He is the author of Political Warfare: Strategies for Combating China's Plan to "Win without Fighting" (MCU Press, 2020) and Media Warfare: Taiwan's Battle for the Cognitive Domain (Center for Security Policy, 2021).
Other recent articles by Professor Gershaneck include the following:
"China's Political Warfare Against Japan: How Great is the Threat?" National Defense University Journal, Ministry of National Defense, Taiwan (ROC) 36, no. 4 (December 1, 2021).
"Japan 2040: A Stark Appraisal." Washington DC.: Center for Security Policy (CSP), July 2021.
"China's Media Warfare: Time to Fight Back." Japan Forward Quarterly Report 88 (March 21, 2021): 100-104 in English and pp. 97-99 in Japanese.
"Media Warfare: How Taiwan Can Win the Battle for the Cognitive Domain." Prospect & Exploration Magazine, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan (ROC), January 19, 2021.
"Vincere Senza Combattere: La Strategia di "Political Warfare" Cinese (Winning without Fighting: The Chinese Political Warfare Strategy)." Europa Atlantica, January 11, 2021.