Yuliya Shokh

Yuliya Shokh
Technical Analyst


B.S. in electrical engineering, Rutgers University; M.A. in history, Hawaii Pacific University


Yuliya Shokh is a technical analyst at RAND. She is a trained U.S. Air Force intelligence analyst with experience in all-source intelligence analysis, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) operations support, and project management. Following her military service, Shokh completed graduate work in diplomacy and military studies. Her thesis work focused on the application of military-grade unmanned aerial technology to fighting transnational organized crime along United States' national borders. Her current research at RAND focuses on intelligence and acquisition communities, the role of intelligence support in military and domestic operations, and Russia's military planning and its impact on regional security.


  • Arctic Region

    Great Power Competition Is on the Arctic Agenda

    Despite its military problems in Ukraine, Russia remains a formidable potential adversary in the Arctic. And there is a growing realization that China is not going away in the Arctic, bringing both of the United States' strategic competitors into Alaska's backyard. Can great power politics be checked at the door of the Far North?

    Feb 16, 2023

    The Hill