Christopher C. Hull, Ph.D. is currently the Executive Vice President of the Center for Security Policy, a three-decade-old national security think tank dedicated to peace through strength.
Dr. Hull is the immediate past chief of staff for a nationally prominent Member of Congress. He has held politics and policy positions including serving as a press secretary in the U.S. House of Representatives, a foreign affairs and trade legislative assistant in the U.S. Senate, a researcher in a major think tank, and the majority staff director of a state Senate.
Dr. Hull holds a doctorate in government with distinction from Georgetown University and an undergraduate degree magna cum laude, also in government, from Harvard University.
He is the author of Grassroots Rules: How the Iowa Caucuses Help Elect American Presidents, published by Stanford University Press in November, 2007. He has been published or quoted in television, print, radio and online outlets including the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, USA Today, NPR, MSNBC, Bloomberg, Reuters, National Journal, CNBC, The Hill, Hotline, New York Newsday and U.S. News & World Report.
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