Hunter Stoll is a defense analyst at the RAND Corporation. His research interests include Russian foreign policy, transatlantic security, information warfare, and domestic extremism. He has served in multiple components of the U.S. Army for over nine years, primarily as an intelligence officer. From 2017-2018, Stoll deployed to Iraq where he supported counter-ISIS operations and provided training support to Iraqi Security Forces. Additionally, he has provided intelligence support to multiple iterations of EUCOM training exercises. He currently supports the Commanding General of the U.S. Army Reserve’s Military Police Forces as head of the Russian threat analysis team. Stoll is a fellow at the Eurasia Foundation’s Young Professionals Network.
Stoll holds an M.A. in Security Studies from Georgetown University, where he focused on Russian national security and hybrid warfare. He holds a B.A. in History and B.S.Ed. in Secondary Education from the University of Missouri.