New AtlanticistFeb 10, 2022
What will China do if Russia escalates in Ukraine?
By Katherine Walla
Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and former US National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley tackled the big questions about the China-Russia partnership at an Atlantic Council event.
Global Energy ForumJan 20, 2021
Transcript: A global view of Joe Biden’s inauguration
By Atlantic Council
Many in the global community sat and watched the US presidential inauguration. Here's what these experts think of the important moment and what it means for the rest of the world.
Fast ThinkingJan 20, 2021
FAST THINKING: Five big takeaways from Joe Biden’s inaugural address
By Atlantic Council
Joe Biden’s inaugural address was a call for unity—and also resilience. What did the speech signal about where his presidency is headed? Here's key takeaways from five leading experts on international affairs.
Stephen J. Hadley is a principal of Rice, Hadley, Gates & Manuel LLC, an international strategic consulting firm founded with Condoleezza Rice, Robert Gates, and Anja Manuel. He is the chairman of the International Advisory Board and an executive vice chair of the Board of Directors at the Atlantic Council. Hadley is also the former board chair of the United States Institute of Peace, where he continues to serve on the board of directors.
Hadley served for four years as the assistant to the president for national security affairs from 2005 to 2009. From 2001 to 2005, Hadley was the assistant to the president and deputy national security advisor, serving under then National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. Hadley had previously served on the National Security Council staff and in the Department of Defense including as assistant secretary of defense for international security policy from 1989 to 1993.
During his professional career, Hadley has served on a number of corporate and advisory boards, including the National Security Advisory Panel to the Director of Central Intelligence, the Department of Defense Policy Board, and the State Department’s Foreign Affairs Policy Board. He is a member of the Aspen Strategy Group.