Karen J. Greenberg is the Director of the Center on National Security at Fordham Law, an International Studies Fellow at New America, and a permanent member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Greenberg specializes in the intersection between national security policy, the rule of law and human rights. Greenberg is the host of "Vital Interests Podcast," and the editor-in-chief of three on-line publications: The CNS/Soufan Group Morning Brief (2007-present), the CNS/Aon Cyber Brief (2011- present), and Vital Interests Forum (2019-present).
She has written and edited numerous books including: Subtle Tools: The Dismantling of American Democracy from the War on Terror to Donald Trump (Princeton, August 2021), Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State (Crown, 2016), The Least Worst Place: Guantanamo’s First 100 Days (Oxford, 2009), Reimagining the National Security State: Liberalism on the Brink (Cambridge, 2020) and The Torture Papers: the Road to Abu Ghraib (Cambridge, 2005). Her work has been featured in the NYTimes, the Washington Post, the LA Times, the Nation, the Atlantic and many other major news outlets. She is a frequent guest on national television and radio shows.