Alan W. Dowd is a researcher/writer nationally recognized for his commentaries on issues ranging from faith to foreign policy. The author of hundreds of articles, opinion pieces and research essays, Dowd is a senior fellow with the Sagamore Institute Center for America’s Purpose; a contributing editor with Providence; a contributor to byFaith; and a contributing editor with The American Legion Magazine, where he publishes feature essays and writes The Landing Zone, a column on national defense and international security.
Dowd’s work also has appeared in Policy Review, Parameters, Military Officer, The Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations, The Diplomat and International Canada, The Claremont Review of Books, VFW Magazine, The Washington Times, The Baltimore Sun, The Washington Examiner, The Detroit News, The Sacramento Bee, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, The National Post, The Wall Street Journal Europe, The Jerusalem Post, The Financial Times Deutschland, The Vancouver Sun, The Kansas City Star, The Indianapolis Star, The American Interest, The Weekly Standard Online, World Politics Review, Real Clear Politics, National Review Online, TCSDaily, American Thinker, The American, Current, The World & I, The American Enterprise, Fraser Forum, American Outlook, The Military Chaplain, The Lookout, Light & Life and Relevant (online), among others.
Dowd has been a guest on Fox News Channel’s Fox and Friends and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Counterpoint. In addition, he has been interviewed by Cox News Service, KPLS Radio (Los Angeles), CBN, The Washington Times, The National Post (Canada), CFAX Radio (Vancouver), WTIC Radio (Connecticut) and WIBC Radio (Indianapolis).