Peter Scoblic is the executive editor at Foreign Policy.
Previously, he was the deputy staff director of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, where he worked on approval of the New START Treaty and served as the chief foreign policy speechwriter for Chairman John Kerry.
Before going to Capitol Hill, Scoblic was the executive editor of The New Republic. In 2008, he published U.S. vs. Them, an intellectual history of conservatism and its effect on nuclear strategy, which he wrote while he was a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Prior to joining TNR, Scoblic spent four years as the editor of Arms Control Today, a journal covering efforts to prevent the spread and use of weapons of mass destruction.
A graduate of Brown University, he lives in Washington with his wife, writer Sacha Z. Scoblic; their son, Theodore; and their terrier, SciFi.