Lieutenant Goldstein, USNR, is a naval intelligence officer. She is a term member at the Council on Foreign Relations, a non-resident fellow at the Modern War Institute at West Point. As a Pat Tillman Scholar, she earned her M.A. in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School in 2018. She was the winner of the Naval Institute’s 2016 Naval History essay contest. @AN_Goldstein on Twitter.

Articles by Andrea N. Goldstein

Planners Need to Take Gender into Account

Lieutenant Andrea N. Goldstein, U.S. Navy Reserve
February 2018
Military planning must take account of gender—not only in terms of the makeup of planning and intelligence teams, but also the role gender-related violence, indicators, and cultural norms play in ...
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The Webb Controversy: What’s Right?

By William Brooks III, Midshipman Second Class Kirk Wolff, Lieutenant Andrea N. Goldstein, and Commander Michael Collins
May 2017
I deplore the arguments James Webb made in his November 1979 Washingtonian article, “Women Can’t Fight.” His misogynistic statements are indefensible in my eyes. In addition, it is unfortunate this ...
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Forgotten Pioneers

By Lieutenant Andrea N. Goldstein, U.S. Navy Reserve
December 2016
First Prize, 2016 Naval History Essay Contest: The Women Who Made it Possible General George Washington’s Continental Army. Her name was Deborah Sampson, and she had disguised herself as a ...