Max Boot Wiki: Married, Wife, Relationship, Family, Net Worth, Trump

By Ravi Lama | Published On: 16 May, 2018
Max Boot Wiki: Married, Wife, Relationship, Family, Net Worth, Trump

Quick Information

Date of Birth September 12, 1969 Age 51 Years 8 Month(s)
Nationality American Profession Author
Marital Status Married Wife/Spouse Name Not Disclosed
Divorced Not Yet Gay/Lesbian No
Net Worth Not Disclosed Ethnicity Russian-American
Social Media Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Children/Kids Victoria, Abigail, and William
Height N/A Education University of California, Yale University
Parents Penelope Blackie, Alexander Boot

American-born columnist and editorialist, Max Boot is known as a Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Senior Fellow in National Security Studies. He is also a global affairs analyst for CNN and holds a post of a columnist in the Washington Post. He is also named as one of the 'world’s leading authorities on the armed conflict' by the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

How Much Is Max Boot's Net Worth?

Max Boot generates his net worth as being a journalist and foreign-policy analyst. He has been working as the columnist in the Washington Post and also as Global Affairs Analyst for CNN. As per glassdoor, an average estimated salary of affairs analyst ranges from $57,000 to $63,000. Thus, he earned lavish revenue from his job. Also, his role as the Jeane J. Kirkpatrick senior fellow, he is entitled to an estimated salary around $80,314 per annum.

Max as a Global Affairs Analyst for CNN (Photo:

American native, Max derived his fortune working in association with multiple companies such as The Weekly Standard, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Wall Street Journal, and Christian Science Monitor

Along with his career in Journalism, he is an author and published book The Road Not Taken. The book became an instant New York Times bestseller. So, he also gained money from his publication.

He has two more books credits name- Invisible Armies: An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare from Ancient Times to the Present (2013); War Made New: Technology, Warfare(2006) and The Savage Wars of Peace: Small Wars and the Rise of American Power(2002).

His next publication, The Corrosion of Conservatism: Or Why I Refused to Become a Trump Today is scheduled to release in October 2018.

Max's Secluded Married Life

Max mentioned about his relationship on his article written on Washington Post. In the article, it turns out that he has a partner and children as he wrote,

The risk of political persecution would be all too real for me — as it is for “dreamers” who might be deported to repressive countries. And what would happen to my family — to my partner, to my children, to my stepchildren? None of them are Russian. A move would be even more jarring for them than for me.

Also, he is reportedly residing with her wife and three children, Victoria, Abigail, and William at the New York area. He is a married man but keeps the information away from the limelight.

Writes Article On Trump

Max is also a writer and has written the article based on the presidency of Donald Trump in 2017. After which the US president announced plans to end the program, DACA, an American immigration policy.

He then wrote an article expressing his opinion toward Trump. In the article, he said that Trump was making him feel like a foreigner. To CNN's Fareed Zakaria, he told,

"He's making me feel like an outsider, a Russian, a Jew, an immigrant.

Short Bio

Holding Russian-American ethnicity, Max Boot was born on 12 September 1969 in Moscow, Soviet Union. He was raised to Russian Jews family who was emigrants from the Soviet Union to Los Angeles. His father, Alexander Boot is a lecturer while his mother, Penelope Blackie is a pianist. Max, age 48, completed his graduation in BA from the University of California, Berkeley, and MA in Diplomatic History from Yale University as per wiki.