Associate Research Analyst
Cornell Overfield is an expert in transatlantic relations and international relations theory. His recent research topics include great power competition and the law of the sea. Prior to joining CNA, Overfield interned at CNA and the Foreign Policy Research Institute, and he consulted on foreign policy for the America in One Room project. Overfield has an MA in European and Russian studies from Yale and a BA in history and international relations from the University of Pennsylvania. He speaks German.
RECENT NEWSJuly 22, 2020
Cornell Overfield writes, "The challenges of overlapping shelf and water column rights is not an issue of rule of law versus governance, but rather one of rule of law versus rule of habit."
CIMSEC: "Reflecting the Law of the Sea: In Defense of the Bay of Bengal's Grey Area"
Strategy and Policy Analysis Program