Senior Fellow Alan W. Dowd heads the Sagamore Institute Center for America’s Purpose, which was launched in 2014 to promote America’s leadership role in the world. Focusing onU.S. foreign policy, national defense and international security, Dowd’s award-winning writing appears in a number leading publications, including:American Outlook, Military Officer, The American, The American Legion Magazine, Providence, World Politics Review,TheClaremont Review of Books, Policy Review, Parameters,The Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations,Current, The Washington Times,The Baltimore Sun,The Washington Examiner,The Detroit News,The Sacramento Bee,The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review,The Indianapolis Star,The Wall Street Journal Europe,The Jerusalem Post, The Financial Times Deutschland,The National Post, and the online editions ofThe American Interest, The Weekly StandardandThe National Review. Dowd also holds senior fellow posts with theFraser Institute and the American Security Council Foundation. In addition, he serves as an adjunct professor at Butler University, contributor to the journal Providence, and contributing editor withTheAmerican Legion Magazine, where he writes the Landing Zone column. A founding member of Sagamore’s leadership team, Dowd shouldered a number of day-to-day management and research roles during Sagamore’s early years, before focusing his professional energies on his own writing in 2007. Dowd has been a guest on Fox News Channel’s “Fox and Friends” and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s “Counterpoint.” In addition, he has been interviewed by Cox News Service, WISH-TV (CBS affiliate, Indianapolis), WXIN-TV (Fox affiliate, Indianapolis), KPLS Radio (Los Angeles),CBN,The Washington Times, The National Post (Canada), CFAX Radio (Vancouver), WTIC Radio (Connecticut) and WIBC Radio (Indianapolis).