Franz-Stefan Gady is an Associate Editor with The Diplomat. His interests include civil-military relations, revolution in military affairs, and cyber diplomacy. He also is a Senior Fellow with the EastWest Institute where he edits the Policy Innovation Blog. Franz-Stefan has reported from a wide range of countries and conflict zones including Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan. His writing and photos have appeared in The International New York Times, BBC News, Foreign Affairs Magazine, The National Interest, Vice News, The Middle East Eye, The Christian Science Monitor, Profil, Der Standard, and Die Presse among other publications.
Author Archive | Franz-Stefan Gady
Fleeing Quarakosh: The Last Christians in Iraq
Franz-Stefan Gady 09.02.14
Habsburg Nostalgia: Europe’s Most Embarrassing Anachronism?
Franz-Stefan Gady 06.10.14
U.S.-China Cyberwar Row: Will the United States Step Up its Active Cyber Defense Posture?
Franz-Stefan Gady 05.25.14
Karl Kraus, the Press, and War
Franz-Stefan Gady 03.27.14
Consequences of Obama’s ‘Asia Pivot’
Franz-Stefan Gady 03.11.13
Austrian Defense Spending and Stalingrad
Franz-Stefan Gady 01.10.13
Cyber Weapons Gap: What do We Really Know about China’s Cyber Capabilities?
Franz-Stefan Gady 12.22.12
Take a Bite out of Terror: Battling the Taliban’s Influence in Schools
Franz-Stefan Gady 10.15.12
T. E. Lawrence and Foreign Intervention in Syria
Franz-Stefan Gady 07.19.12
A Passage to Kabul
Franz-Stefan Gady 12.06.11
On Timing and Political Leadership
Franz-Stefan Gady 10.10.11
Bashing the European Union in the United States
Franz-Stefan Gady 09.26.11
Historical Analogies and U.S. Policy
Franz-Stefan Gady 08.19.11
H.G. Wells and Defending the “Restoration Doctrine”
Franz-Stefan Gady 08.01.11
Friedrich Hegel and Radical Extremists
Franz-Stefan Gady 07.31.11