Inigo Guevara is a nonresident senior fellow at the Transatlantic Security Initiative in the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. He is also responsible for the growth of the Janes Strategic Services practice in Washington, DC. In this role, Guevara leads a global team that provides strategic consulting on market identification and opportunity assessments to private companies and government entities.

Guevara is a subject-matter expert in international arms trade, defense spending, and offset policies. He is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, where he teaches a graduate-level course on international arms trade at the Security Studies Program.

Guevara has traditionally had a regional emphasis on Latin America and particularly on the US-Mexico defense and security relationship. Since 2015 his focus has broadened to the global stage, working closely with defense and intelligence agencies in NATO member and partner countries.

Guevara began publishing defense-sector analyses in 1999 and has since held several positions in the public and private sectors, from managing groups from business-intelligence units to state-level law enforcement and working for national security entities. Prior to joining Janes, from 2010 to 2015 Inigo worked as senior analyst for the DC-based public-sector contractor CENTRA Technology, where he gained extensive experience in drafting actionable intelligence products as well as delivering tradecraft training. From 2006 to 2010 Inigo served as advisor and later director of analysis at the Office of the National Security Council/Office of the President of Mexico, where he advised the Mexican government on infrastructure, technology, and equipment options available in the international market. Before this role, Inigo served as chief of statistical analysis at a state-level law enforcement agency in Queretaro, Mexico.

Guevara has an MA in international security from Georgetown University’s Security Studies Program, is a graduate of the Strategy and Defense Policy course from the Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies at the National Defense University in Washington, DC, and holds a BA in international business from the Tec de Monterrey.