King Mallory is the director of the RAND Center for Global Risk and Security, a senior researcher at the RAND Corporation, and a member of the Pardee RAND Graduate School faculty. Previously, he was National Security Policy Coordinator for the presidential campaign of Ohio Governor John R. Kasich. He served as CEO of the Aspen Institute Germany (2007-2013) and as the Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretaries of State for Near Eastern Affairs Bill Burns, David Welch and their (Principal) Deputy Liz Cheney from (2002-2007). Mallory was CEO of Credit Suisse Investment Funds Moscow AO (1992-1997) and participated in the structuring and closing of numerous mezzanine and buyout transactions at Allied Capital (1997-2002). Before joining the private sector, Mallory specialized in Russian and non-proliferation issues and was a research assistant, visiting fellow, and assistant policy analyst at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, German Institute for International and Security Affairs and RAND, respectively. He has a B.A. in Russian language and literature from Middlebury College.
Krause J., Mallory C. K., The Role of Chemical Weapons in Soviet Military Doctrine: Military and Historical Experience 1914-1992, Westview Press, 1992
Krause J., Mallory C. K. "Strategic Implications of the Iranian Nuclear Programme," in Krause J., Mallory C. K., Iran's Nuclear Programme: Strategic Implications, Rutledge, 2011
Krause J., Mallory C. K., International State Building and Reconstruction Efforts: Experience Gained and Lessons Learned, Budrich, 2010
Krause J., Mallory C. K., Afghanistan, Pakistan and Strategic Change: Adjusting Western Regional Policy, Rutledge, 2014
Mallory C. K., "The Transatlantic Relationship in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities," All Azimuth: A Journal of Foreign Policy and Peace (Bilkent University), 74(1 (1)), 2012