Jennifer McArdle joined CSTSP in September, 2012 as a Program Associate. Her work at CSTSP focuses on Asian marine resource exploitation, Indo-U.S. science of cybersecurity cooperation, emerging technologies, technology forecasting, and building international scientific collaborations.
Jennifer was previously a Visiting Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) in their Asia Pacific Security Initiative and a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses (IDSA), New Delhi. Prior to moving to India, Jennifer served as a contractor at the US National Defense University (NDU) in the Institute for Strategic Studies (INSS). Jennifer’s published work has featured in the Asia Times, Real Clear World, and The Diplomat. Jennifer is currently a Pacific Forum CSIS Young Leader.
Jennifer has an MPhil from the University of Cambridge in Politics and a BA from the University of New Hampshire in Political Science and Justice Studies. Jennifer was selected as one of the Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and the Diplomatic Courier’s ’2012 Top 99 under 33 in Foreign Policy.’
G. Coat, J. McArdle, L. Marburger, K. Berger, "Scientific Engagement in the Broader Middle East and North Africa: Lessons in Promoting a Safe and Secure Research Environment," AAAS, September, 2013.
Jennifer McArdle, "Wading out to Sea: The Evolution of India and Indonesia's Naval Mindsets towards Multilateralism," ORF Occasional Papers, June, 2012.
Jennifer McArdle, “India Bulks Up Its Navy,” The Diplomat, April, 2012.