U. S. National Security: Policymakers, Processes, and Politics, 4rd Edition (coauthor, with Sam C. Sarkesian and Stephen J. Cimbala)



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JOHN ALLEN WILLIAMS


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(773) 508 3131 (Facsimile)

jwillia@luc.edu (Internet)

EDUCATION


B.A., Political Science, Grinnell College, 1967

M.A., Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1968 (MA Thesis Supervisor: Alvin Z. Rubinstein)

Ph.D., Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1976 (Dissertation supervisor: Henry Teune)
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT

Professor of Political Science, Loyola University Chicago. Chair, Department of Political Science, 1990-1996. Director, Graduate Programs in Political Science, 1988-1990. Chair, Undergraduate Studies Committee, 1984-1988. Director, Internship Program, 1978-1997. Courses in American foreign and defense policies, civil-military relations, and international security policy.


Chair and President, Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society. Fellow, 1979-present; Executive Director, 1982 2003; Co chair of 1983, 1985, and 1987 international conferences.
Lecturer in Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1975-1977.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Temple University, 1976.
Instructor in Political Science and History, U.S. Naval Academy, 1971 1973.

PUBLICATIONS


Books
U.S. National Security: Policymakers, Processes, and Politics, 4rd Edition (coauthor, with Sam C. Sarkesian and Stephen J. Cimbala) (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, 2008).
U.S. National Security: Policymakers, Processes, and Politics, 3rd Edition (coauthor, with Sam C. Sarkesian and Stephen J. Cimbala) (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, 2002).
The Postmodern Military: Armed Forces After the Cold War (coeditor and contributor, with Charles C. Moskos and David R. Segal) (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000).
U.S. National Security Policy and Strategy: Documents and Policy Proposals, 1987-1994 (coeditor and contributor, with Robert A. Vitas) (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press,

1996).
Soldiers, Society, and National Security (coauthor, with Sam C. Sarkesian and Fred B. Bryant) (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, 1995).


The U.S. Army in a New Security Era (coeditor and contributor, with Sam C. Sarkesian) (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, 1990).
Articles
“The U.S. Military: Balancing Old and New Challenges,” National Strategy Forum Review (Winter, 2009), pp. 31-38.
“President Obama’s New Direction for the Afghan War,” National Strategy Forum Review (Winter, 2009), pp. 54-59.
“The Iranian and North Korean Nuclear Programs and International Law,” National Strategy Forum Review (Fall, 2009), pp. 40-41.
“Foreign and Defense Policy in the Obama Administration,” National Strategy Forum Review (Spring/Summer 2009), http://www.nationalstrategy.com/Programs/NationalStrategyForumReview/SpringSummer2009NSFROnlineJournal/NSFInsiderViewJohnAllenWilliams/tabid/198/Default.aspx
“The Financial Crisis and U. S. Military Policy,” National Strategy Forum Review (Special edition, October 2008), pp. 4-5.

“Our Intellectual Freedom,” Armed Forces & Society 34, No. 4 (July 2008), pp. 533-535.


“The Military and Society Beyond the Postmodern Era,” Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 52, No. 2 (Spring 2008), pp.199-216.
“Understanding Asymmetric Warfare: Threats and Responses,” National Strategy Forum Review (Summer 2007), pp. 23-26.
“Terrorism: The New Threats,” National Strategy Forum Review (Winter 2004), pp. 7- 9.
“The US-PRC-Taiwan Triangle,” National Strategy Forum Review (Summer 2003), pp. 5-8.
“Why Worry About Iraq?” (with Matthew Foley), National Strategy Forum Review (Autumn 2002), pp. 2-4.
“A Palestinian State – What Next?” (workshop report, with Richard E. Friedman and Matthew Foley), National Strategy Forum Review (Summer 2002), pp. 1-8. Reprinted in the Reserve Officers Association, National Security Report in The Officer LXXXIX, No. 7 (September 2002), pp. 29-34.
“National Security Law in the Changing World: The Tenth Annual Review of the Field” (conference report, with Matthew Foley), American Bar Association, Standing Committee on Law and National Security, National Security Law Report (March-April 2001).
“Cantigny Conference on Catastrophic Terrorism: Executive Summary@ American Bar Association, Standing Committee on Law and National Security, National Security Law Report (July-August 2000)
AThe Military and Modern Society: Civil-Military Relations in Post-Cold War America,@ The World & I (September 1999), pp. 307-317.
AThe U.S. Naval Academy: Stewardship and Direction,@ U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 123, No. 5 (May 1997), pp. 67-72.
AThe New Military Professionals,@ U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 122, No. 5 (May 1996), pp. 42-48.
ADemobilizing the Postmodern Military: Implications for Civil-Military Relations,@ The Officer LXXII, No. 1 (January 1996), pp. 20, 25.
"The International Image of the Military Professional," African Security Review 4, No. 5 (1995), pp. 24-27.
"An American View of the Russian Situation" (in Russian translation), Sociological Studies (Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, February 1993). English version printed as "An American View of Russia's Situation: Preliminary Observations," The Officer LXIX, No. 7 (July 1993), pp. 36-40.
"Japan and U.S. Security," Strategic World 3, No. 2 (Summer 1991): pp. 1-2. (Publication of the National Strategy Forum).


"Rethinking the Forward Maritime Strategy," printed for use at the School for Advanced Military Studies, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Leavenworth, KS., 1986.
"The U.S. and Soviet Navies: Missions and Forces," Armed Forces & Society 10,4 (Summer 1984): pp. 507 528.
"The Carter Administration: Three Accounts." Air University Review 35,3 (March April 1984), pp. 103 7. (Review essay and analysis of books by officials of the Carter administration.)
"Defense Policy: The Carter Reagan Record," The Washington Quarterly 6,4 (Autumn 1983): pp. 77 92. Reprinted by U.S. Department of Defense as Current News Special Edition No. 1109 (February 8, 1984).
"Interpersonal Influence and the Bases of Military Leadership," Military Review 62,12 (December 1982): pp. 56 65. Reprinted in Spanish and Portuguese editions of Military Review:
"A Influencia Pessoal e as Bases da Lideranca Militar," Military Review 63,3 (Edicao Brasileira) (3 Trimestre 1983), pp. 1-11.
"Las bases del liderazgo militar y la influencia interpersonal," Military Review 62,12 (Edicion Hispanoamericana) (Diciembre 1982), pp. 22-31.
"U.S. Navy Missions and Force Structure: A Critical Reappraisal," Armed Forces & Society 7,4 (Summer 1981): pp. 499 528, and "Rejoinder" to RADM John A. Baldwin, USN, Armed Forces and Society 8,4 (Summer 1982): pp. 684 5. Reprinted by U.S. Department of Defense as Current News Special Edition No. 800 (January 6, 1982).
"American Business Organizations and Redistributive Preferences" (with Erwin Zimmerman), Urban Affairs Quarterly 16,4 (June 1981), pp. 453 464.
"Political Leadership and Governmental Performance," Working Paper No. 65 of the Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section, International Studies Association (April 1976).

Monographs



Catastrophic Terrorism: Imminent Threat, Uncertain Response (Chicago: The McCormick Tribune Foundation, Cantigny Conference Series, 2001).


The Study of U.S. National Security and Strategy: New Dimensions in a New Landscape (coeditor with Sam C. Sarkesian and Jennifer L. Polli; Workshop Proceedings of the Academic Advisory Council, National Strategy Forum, September 14-15, 1990), (Chicago: National Strategy Forum, 1990).
Book Chapters
“Civil-Military Relations in the Second Bush Administration,” in Stephen J. Cimbala, ed., The George W. Bush Defense Program: Policy, Strategy, & War (Washington, DC: Potomac Books, forthcoming 2010), pp. 101-111.
“Soldiers and Scholars in a World of Growing Interdependence,” in Giuseppe Caforio, Advances in Military Sociology: Essays in Honor of Charles C. Moskos (Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing, 2009), pp. 5-10.
“Anticipated and Unanticipated Consequences of the Creation of the All-Volunteer Force,” in The U.S. Citizen-Soldier at War: A Retrospective Look and the Road Ahead (Chicago: McCormick Foundation, 2008).
“Political Science Perspectives on the Military and Civil-Military Relations,” in Giuseppe Caforio, ed., Social Sciences and the Military: An Interdisciplinary Overview (London and New York: Routledge, 2007).
“Do Military Policies on Gender and Sexuality Undermine Combat Effectiveness?” (with Laura L. Miller), in Peter D. Feaver and Richard H. Kohn, eds., Soldiers and Civilians: The Civil-Military Gap and American National Security (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001), pp. 361-402.
AArmed Forces After the Cold War@ (with Charles C. Moskos and David R. Segal), in The Postmodern Military: Armed Forces After the Cold War (coeditor and contributor, with Charles C Moskos and David R. Segal (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000), pp. 1-13.
AThe Postmodern Military Reconsidered,@ in The Postmodern Military: Armed Forces After the Cold War (coeditor and contributor, with Charles C Moskos and David R. Segal (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000), pp. 265-277.
"Civil-Military Relations After the Cold War," (with Charles Moskos), in Anton Bebler, ed., Civil-Military Relations in Post-Communist States: 1Central and Eastern Europe in Transition (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1997), pp. 25-35.
"The Navy," in Sam C. Sarkesian and Robert E. Connor, Jr., eds., America's Armed Forces: A Handbook of Current and Future Capabilities (Westport. CT: Greenwood Press, 1995), pp. 63-82.
"Civil-Military Relations in the New Era" (with Sam C. Sarkesian), in Sam C. Sarkesian and John Meade Flanagin, eds., U.S. Domestic and National Security Agendas: Into the Twenty-First Century (Westport. CT: Greenwood Press, 1994), pp. 207-222.
"The Maritime Strategy in a New Security Era," in Sam C. Sarkesian and John Allen Williams, eds., The U.S. Army in a New Security Era (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, 1990).

"Challenges and Requirements for the Future," in Sam C. Sarkesian and John Allen Williams, eds., The U.S. Army in a New Security Era (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, 1990).


"The Soviet Navy in the Third World" (with Roger Hamburg), in Stephen J. Cimbala, ed., The Soviet Challenge in the 1990s (New York: Praeger, 1989), pp. 211-223.
"Soviet American Naval Balance and Maritime Strategies," in Donald M. Snow, ed., Soviet-American Security Relations in the 1990s (Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1989), pp. 139-155.
"The U.S. Navy Under the Reagan Administration and Global Forward Strategy," in James Brown and William P. Snyder, eds., Defense Policy in the Reagan Administration, (Washington, D.C.: National Defense University Press, 1988), pp. 273-304. (Earlier version reprinted for use at the U.S. Air War College, 1986.)
"U.S. Navy Strategy: A Global View," in Stephen J. Cimbala, ed., Challenges to Deterrence (New York: Praeger, 1987).
"Measuring Mayoral Power: Comparing Formal Authority with Reputed Power" (with Robert Y. Shapiro), in Terry Nichols Clark, ed., Research in Urban Policy 2 (Sherwood, CT: JAI Press, 1986), pp. 127-135.
"Strategic Realities and How to Perceive Them," in Sam C. Sarkesian, ed., Presidential Leadership and National Security Policy: Style, Institutions, and Politics (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1984), pp. 209 230.
"The National Security Establishment: Institutional Framework for Policymaking," in Stephen J. Cimbala, ed., National Security Strategy: Choices and Limits (New York: Praeger, 1984), pp. 323 343.
"Politics in Suburban Chicago: Fragmentation, Cooperation, and the Problem of Accountability," in Edgar G. Crane, ed., Illinois: Political Processes and Governmental Performance (Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 1980), pp. 251 256.
Book Reviews
Mark Steyn, America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It. National Strategy Forum Review 16, 4 (Fall 2007), pp. 29-30.
Elizabeth Samet, Willing Obedience: Citizens, Soldiers, and the Progress of Consent in America, 1776-1989. Armed Forces & Society 33:2 (January 2007), pp. 300-301.
Richard F. Miller, A Carrier at War: On Board the USS Kitty Hawk in the Iraq War. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 132, 5 (May 2006), pp. 113-114.
Giuseppe Caforio, ed., Handbook of the Sociology of the Military. International Sociology 19, No. 2 (2004), pp 237-240.
Jack Ruppert, One of Us: Officers of Marines: Their Training, Traditions, and Values U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 130, 2 (February 2004), p. 80.
Ralph Peters, Beyond Terror: Strategy in a Changing World. National Strategy Forum Review (Winter 2002), pp. 22-24.
Martin van Creveld, Men, Women, and War. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 128,7 (August 2002), p. 89.
Michael Evans and Alan Ryan, eds., Killing, Fear, and Chaos in Battle. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 127,8 (September 2001), p. 84.
Joanna Bourke, An Intimate History of Killing: Face to Face Killing in 20th Century Warfare and Dave Grossman, On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society. (Review essay) Armed Forces & Society 27,1 (Fall 2000).
Stephanie Gutmann, The Kinder, Gentler Military: Can America=s Gender-Neutral Fighting Force Still Win Wars? U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 126,6 (June 2000), pp. 83-84.
Stansfield Turner and Judy Jolley Mohraz, et al., The Higher Standard: Assessing the United States Naval Academy. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 123,8 (August 1997), pp. 78-79.
Dave Grossman, On Killing: The Psychological Costs of Leaning to Kill in War and Society. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 122,11 (November 1996), p. 82.
Colin Powell (with Joseph E. Persico), My American Journey. American Bar Association, Standing Committee on Law and National Security, National Security Law Report (Winter, 1996), pp. 3-4.


James L. George, The U.S. Navy in the 1990's: Alternatives for Action. Armed Forces & Society 20,4 (Summer 1994), pp. 640-641.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Pandemonium: Ethnicity in International Politics. America (November 1993).
Jacek Kugler and Frank C. Zagare, eds., Exploring the Stability of Deterrence. American Political Science Review 82,4 (December 1988), pp. 1420-1421.
Stephen J. Flanagan and Fen Osler Hamson, eds., Securing Europe's Future. Naval War College Review XLI,1 (Winter 1988), pp. 138-140.
Douglas J. Murray and Paul R. Viotti, eds., The Defense Policies of Nations: A Comparative Study. The Journal of Politics 46,4 (November 1984), pp. 1273-1275.
Ralph G. Martin, A Hero for Our Time: An Intimate Story of the Kennedy Years. Air University Review 35,4 (May June 1984). pp. 98 99.
Douglas Kinnard, The Secretary of Defense. The Journal of Politics 46,2 (May 1984), p. 634.
Field Marshall Lord Carver, A Policy for Peace. Air University Review 35,1 (November December 1983), p. 124.
Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr., Uri Ra'anan, and Warren H. Milberg, eds., Intelligence Policy and National Security. The Journal of Politics 45,2 (May 1983), p. 574.
Alvin J. Cottrell and Associates, Sea Power and Strategy in the Indian Ocean. Air University Review 33,4 (May June 1982), pp. 87 88.
Alan Ned Sabrosky, Blue Collar Soldiers? Unionization and the U.S. Military. The Journal of Politics 40,4 (November 1978), p. 1125.
Morton Berkowitz, P.G. Bock, and Vincent J. Fuccillo, The Politics of American Foreign Policy: The Social Context of Decisions. The Journal of Politics 40,2 (May 1978): p. 558.
PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Chicago, IL. October 23-25, 2009. Discussant, panel on "Conceptualizing the 21st Century Enemy.”
Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Chicago, IL. October 23-25, 2009. Presenter, roundtable on "Charles C. Moskos.”
“Educating Military Officers for an Ambiguous Strategic Future,” Testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Armed Services Committee, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, September 10, 2009.
“Soldiers and Scholars in a World of Growing Interdependence,” Keynote Address, Biennial Conference of the Research Committee 01: Armed Forces and Conflict Resulution, International Studies Association, Seoul, Korea, July 14-17, 2008,
“Charles Moskos and the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society,” Annual Conference of the International Studies Section of the International Studies Association (ISSS) and the International Security and Arms Control Section of the American Political Science Association (ISAC) on “Globalization and Security: American Foreign Policy and the New Administration,” Vail, Colorado, October 23-25, 2008. Presenter and panel chair.
Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Chicago, IL. October 26-28, 2007. Discussant, panel on "Transatlantic Currents: Choppy Waters?”
“Anticipated and Unanticipated Consequences of the Creation of the All-Volunteer Force,” Conference on “The U.S. Citizen-Soldier at War: A Retrospective Look and the Road Ahead,” Cantigny Conference Center, Wheaton, IL, Oct. 13-13, 2007. Sponsored by the McCormick Tribune Foundation and the Virginia Military Institute.
“The Military and Society Beyond the Postmodern Era,” Conference on “Post-Iraq Civil-Military Relations in the United States,” Washington, DC, Oct. 15, 2007. Sponsored by the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Chicago, IL. October 21-23, 2005. Chair and discussant, panel on "Theoretical and Empirical Challenges to the Postmodern Military.”
Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia, Pa, Conference on “The Future of the Reserves and the National Guard.” Panelist on plenary session, “The Citizen-Soldier: The Ideal and Reserve Culture.” December 5-6, 2004.
Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, International Sociological Association Research Committee 01: Armed Forces and Conflict Resolution, International Conference on “Military Missions and Their Implications Reconsidered: The Aftermath of September 11th.” Papers: “Implications of September 11th for the Postmodern Military” and “Political Science Perspectives On the Military and Civil-Military Relations.” July 6-9, 2004.
Turkish Military Academy, Ankara, Turkey, Symposium on “Leadership in the 21st Century.” Keynote address, “Leadership in the Postmodern Military: Meeting the Challenge.” April 15-16, 2004.
University of the Cordillera, La Paz, Bolivia, International Symposium on “Democracy, Multiculturalism, and Armed Forces: The Challenges of Human Security.” Plenary presentation on “Civil-Military Relations in the Postmodern Era.” March 24-26, 2004.
Meeting of the Officer Board of Advisors, Commander Naval Service Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois. Presentation on “The Postmodern Military: Implications for Leadership Training.” February 24, 2004.
University of Bristol (UK), Visiting Scholar. Presentation on “What’s Next for The Postmodern Military?” December 12, 2003.
Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Chicago, IL. October 24-26, 2003. Discussant panel on "The Transformation of Civil-Military Relations in Postcommunist Europe: Patterns and Trends.”
Hofstra University, Conference on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Policy, , September 19-20, 2003. Speaker on panels on “The Effect of the Policy” and “Implications for ROTC Programs.”
McCormick Tribune Foundation Cantigny Conference Series, “The Role of the Military in Securing the Homeland,) Cantigny Conference Center, Wheaton, IL, June 25-27, 2003 (participant).
National Strategy Forum, Chicago, IL, May 29, 2003. “Postconflict Iraq: What Next?”
Defense Academy of the United Kingdom and Cranfield University (UK), “International Conference on Defense Management, “Postmodern Military: Rethinking the Future,” April 24-25, 2003. Keynote speaker, “What’s Next for the Postmodern Military?”
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China on Taiwan, “Study Delegation to the Republic of China on Taiwan,” January 5-11, 2003, Taipei, Taiwan. Delegate and Seminar Participant.
European Research Group on Military and Society (ERGOMAS), “Blurring Boundaries: The Military and the New World (Dis)order,” September 18-22, 2002, Potoroz, Slovenia. Keynote speaker.
U.S. National Defense University, Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, “Research and Education in Defense and Security Studies Seminar,” August 7-10, 2002, Brasilia, Brazil. Keynote speaker, opening plenary session on “The Postmodern Military.”
United Kingdom Joint Services Combined Staff College, “The Armed Forces in Central Europe: Legitimacy and Change,” March 14-17, 2002. Lake Bled, Slovenia. Presentation on “Societal Change and the Postmodern Military.”
University of Ljubljana/Ministry of Defense of Slovenia, Ljubljana, Slovenia. March 14, 2002. Presentation on “The Postmodern Military.”
Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, October 19-21, 2001. Panel chair and discussant, “Educating and Developing the Force.”
U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College, Marine Corps University, Quantico, VA., September 21, 2001. Presentation on issues in civil-military relations.
Reserve Officers’ Association Annual Meeting, Defense Education Fund presentation, “Mars in the Age of Venus: Sustaining the Martial Virtues in a Sensitive Society.” July 7, 2001.
American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security, “National Security Law: The State of the Field,” Washington, D.C., May 18, 2001.
United Kingdom Joint Services Combined Staff College, “Transforming Post-Communist Militaries.” Presentation on “The Postmodern Military.” April 26-27, 2001, Shrivenham, England.
AConference on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization,@ Cantigny Conference Center, Wheaton, IL, March 8-9, 2001 (participant and rapporteur).
“National Security Law in a Changing World: The Tenth Annual Review of the Field,” American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security, December 1-2, 2000 (rapporteur).
Naval War College, Newport, RI, “Current Issues in Military Ethics.” Presentation to plenary session of Ethics Conference November 13-14, 2000.
U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College, Marine Corps University, Quantico, VA., September 22, 2000. Presentation on emerging military personnel challenges.
AMilitary Personnel Reform Symposium,@ U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century (Hart-Rudman Commission), June 5 and August 18, 2000 (invited participant and presenter).
AConference on Catastrophic Terrorism,@ Cantigny Conference Center, Wheaton, IL, June 22-23, 2000 (participant and rapporteur).


AConference on the Military and Civilian Society,@ Cantigny Conference Center, Wheaton, IL, October 28-29, 1999 (participant).
Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, October 22-24, 1999. Paper, "Combat Effectiveness vs. Civil Rights? U.S. Military Culture, Cohesion, and Personnel Policies in the 1990s" (with Laura L. Miller). (Same presentation as APSA >99)
Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, October 22-24, 1999. Panel chair, "The Role of Institutions in the Civil-Military Culture Gap."
U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College, Marine Corps University, Quantico, VA., September 22-23, 1999. Presentation on military personnel issues in the Apostmodern@ era.
American Political Science Association, September 2-5, 1999. Paper, "Combat Effectiveness vs. Civil Rights? U.S. Military Culture, Cohesion, and Personnel Policies in the 1990s" (with Laura L. Miller). (Same presentation as IUS >99)
Authors= Conference on ABridging the Gap: Assuring Military Effectiveness When Military Culture Diverges From Civilian Society@ Triangle Institute for Security Studies, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, July 26-27, 1999. Paper, AThe Civil-Military Culture Gap and Military Personnel Policies@ (with Laura L. Miller).
U.S. Naval Institute Annual Meeting, Annapolis, MD, April 21-22, 1999. Chair of panel, AThe Future of the All Volunteer Force.@
Military conference on emergency preparedness and civil-military liaison issues, Kansas City, MO, April 6-10, 1999.
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, international conference on AFuture Directions of the Russian Navy,@ March 15-17, 1999. Discussant.
Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C. Presentation on AReserve Forces= Culture,@ follow-up conference on AAmerican Military Culture in the 21st Century,@ February 17-18, 1999. (Panelist, member of Advisory Board for CSIS Project on Military Culture.)
National Strategy Forum, conference on AJunior Reserve Officers= Training Corps,@ December 8-9, 1998. (Participant, Cantigny Conference Series.)
Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C., conference on AAmerican Military Culture in the 21st Century,@ November 16-17, 1998. (Panelist, member of Advisory Board for CSIS Project on Military Culture.)
U. S. Naval Institute Warfare Exposition and Symposium, Norfolk, VA, September 29-30, 1998. Presenter on panel, AWhere Have All the Leaders Gone?@

Reserve Forces Policy Board, Office of the Secretary of Defense, conference on AStructural and Cultural Barriers to Reserve Force Integration,@ July 15-16, 1998. Chair of panel, ACultural Barriers to Reserve Force Integration.@
National Strategy Forum, conference on AWho Belongs? Citizenship in Conflict in the 21st Century,@ June 25-26, 1998. (Participant, Cantigny Conference Series.)
National Strategy Forum, conference on ASoldiers and Citizens: The Responsibilities of Service in 21st Century Democracies@ April 30 - May 1, 1998. Chair of panel, AMilitary and Civilian Cultures: Is There a Gap?@ and panelist on panel, AThe Evolving Role of Citizaen-Soldiers.@ (Cantigny Conference Series.)
U.S. Naval Institute Annual Meeting, Annapolis, MD, April 21 -23, 1998. Presenter on panel, AMilitary-Civil Alienation: Can the Gap Be Bridged?@
U.S. Army War College, conference on AChallenging the United States Symmetrically and Asymmetrically: Can America Be Defeated?@ Carlisle Barracks, PA, March 31-April 2, 1998. Presenter on panel, ARoundtable on Future Responses.@
U. S. Naval Institute Western Conference and Exposition, San Diego, CA, January 14-16, 1998. Chair of panel, AIntegrating Women Into the Force.@
Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, October 24-26, 1997. Panel chair, "Issues in Armed Forces and Society: Global Perspectives."
U. S. Naval Institute Warfare Exposition and Symposium, Norfolk, VA, September 10-11, 1997. Presenter on panel, AAre We Losing the Warrior=s Edge?@
National Strategy Forum, conference on AThe Strategy of Sanctions,@ May 8-9, 1997. Conference co-coordinator and panel chair and discussant on APolicy Setting@ panel.
Center for Strategic and International Studies, conference on AProfessional Military Education,@ August 6-7, 1996. (Participant, Cantigny Conference Series.)
National Strategy Forum, conference on AStrategic Implications of Global Microbial Threats,@ June 13-14, 1996. Conference co-coordinator and panel chair and discussant on APolicy Component@ panel.
Conference, AFostering Democratic Civil-Military Relations,@ Strausberg, Germany, June 8 - 12, 1996. Conference co-chair and panel chair.
Conference, ASocial Policy and the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation,@ Moscow, May 30 - June 1, 1996. Conference co-chair and panel chair.


Conference, ACivil-Military Relations in Southeast Asia,@ Australian Armed Forces Academy, Canberra, May 6-7, 1996. Conference co-chair and panel chair.
Midwest Political Science Association, April 19, 1996. Panel chair and discussant on panel, ACivilian Control of the Defense Department: Assessing the Goldwater-Nichols Reforms After A Decade.@
Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, October 20-22, 1995. Paper, "Post-Imperial Crises in Civil-Military Relations: France in Algeria and Russia in Moldova" (with Stephen J. Guerra), panel on "Post Cold War Armed Forces: Institutional Dynamics." Also panel chair and discussant on panel, "Internal and External Institutional Dynamics."
American Political Science Association, September 2, 1995. Panel chair and discussant on panel, "Civil-Military Relations: Crisis or Continuity?"
Conference, "Professional Military Education for a Democratic South Africa," South African National Defense Force Military Academy, Saldanha Bay, South Africa, June 1, 1995. Keynote address, "International Images of Military Professionalism" (revised version prepared for African Security Review). Participation sponsored by United States Information Agency (USIA).
Illinois Sociological Association, October 21, 1994. Plenary session presentation, "The Postmodern Military."
Conference, "Social Dimensions of Military Reform," May 22-25, 1994, Moscow, co-sponsored by the Soviet Association Armed Forces and Society, the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, and the European Research Group on the Military and Society. International co-chair of organizing committee. Plenary session presentation, "Social Science and Military Reform."
American Political Science Association, September 2-5, 1993. Paper (coauthored with Charles Moskos), "Civil-Military Relations After the Cold War."
International Security Studies Section, International Studies Association, November 5-7, 1992. Paper, "Capabilities and Forces of the U.S. Navy."
National Strategy Forum Workshop on U.S. National Security Agendas into the 21st Century, September 17-19, 1992. Paper, "Civil-Military Relations in the New Era" (with Sam C. Sarkesian).
American Political Science Association, September 3-6, 1992. Paper, "Civilian Graduate Education and the U.S. Military Profession" (with Sam C. Sarkesian and Fred Bryant).


Conference, "Armed Forces and Military Service in a Democratic State," November 25-28, 1991, Moscow, sponsored by the Soviet Association Armed Forces and Society. Paper, "The U.S. Navy in a New Security Era."
American Political Science Association, August 30 September 2, 1990. Paper, "The United States As a Maritime Power."
Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, October 27-29, 1989. Discussant on panel, "Sea Power in an Age of Perestroika."
Conference, "European Integration: Implications for East-West Polity and Trade," U.S. Air Force Academy, October 6, 1989. Speaker at roundtable panel, "The New Security Order in Europe."
Conference on Latin American Scholarship on Armed Forces and Society, Montevideo, Uruguay, August 17-18, 1989. Co-organizer and participant.
Conference, "U.S. National Security Strategy: New Challenges and Opportunities," Co-sponsored by the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society and the Chief of Staff, U.S. Army, Chicago, IL, September 30-October 3, 1988. Conference chair, panel chair and presenter, "The Maritime Strategy."
Conference, "The United States and Low Intensity Conflict: Dilemmas of Policy and Strategy," Co sponsored by the National Strategy Information Center, the National Strategy Forum, and the Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Chicago, IL, April 22-23, 1988. Conference chair.
Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, October 8 10, 1987. Co chair of international conference; panel chair and presenter, "The U.S. Congress and Defense."
International Studies Association, April 16 18, 1987. Panel chair, "Examining the Maritime Strategy."
Conference, "The Challenge of Terrorism to Open Systems," Co sponsored by the National Strategy Information Center and the Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Chicago, IL, April 24 25, 1987. Conference chair.
International Studies Association, Section on Military Studies, November 6 8, 1986. Paper, "Soviet American Naval Balance and Maritime Strategies."
Colloquium, "Project Thor," National Defense University, September 18 19, 1986. Paper: "The U.S. Navy: Constrained Resources, Unconstrained Commitments." (Revision of 1986 APSA paper, following.)


American Political Science Association, August 28 30, 1986. Paper, "Strategic Alternatives for the 600 Ship Navy."
Conference, "The Reagan Adminstration Defense Policies: An Assessment," Southern Methodist University, April 25 26, 1986. Paper, "The U.S. Navy Under the Reagan Adminstration: Strategy and Forces for Global Conventional War."
Conference, "The Conflict Spectrum in the Coming Decade,@ Co sponsored by the National Strategy Information Center and the Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Chicago, IL, April 18 19, 1986. Conference chair and paper presenter, "U.S. Conventional Strategy: A Global View."
International Studies Association, Section on Military Studies, November 7 8, 1985. Paper, "Expanding the Maritime Strategy: The U.S. Navy in the Third World."
Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, October 18 20, 1985. Co chair of international conference.
American Political Science Association, August 29   September 1, 1985. Chair of panel, "Challenges to Deterrence in the 1990's: Policy." Paper, "Maritime Strategy and the Deterrence of War."
International Studies Association, Section on Military Studies, October 25 27, 1984. Paper, "Foreign Perceptions of U.S. Military Capabilities: Some Conclusions."
American Political Science Association, August 30   September 1, 1984. Discussant on Panel, "United States National Security: Issues and Prospects."
International Studies Association, Section on Military Studies, December 11 13, 1983. Chair and discussant on panel, "U.S. Strategic Nuclear Policy."
Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, October 21 23, 1983. Co chair of international conference.
International Studies Association, Midwest Region, November 11 13, 1982. Paper, "Strategic Realities and How to Perceive Them."
International Studies Association, Section on Military Studies, October 21 22, 1982. Discussant on panel, "The Future of NATO."

American Political Science Association, September 2 5, 1982. Paper, "Strategies and Forces of the U.S. and Soviet Navies: Planning for the Year 2000."


Midwest Political Science Association, April 29 30, 1982. Paper,

"U.S. Nuclear Strategy: From Deterrent Triad to Warfighting Tetrad?"




Illinois Political Science Association, October 23 24, 1981. Paper, "Defense Policy in the Reagan Administration: Fundamental Change or More of the Same?"
Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, October 24, 1980. Paper, "U.S. Navy Perspectives on National Security Policy: Missions and Force Structure."

International Studies Association, Midwest Region, October 17, 1980. Chair and discussant on panel, "Foreign Policy in the Carter Administration."


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Inter University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society. Chair and President, 2003-present, Vice Chair (1982-1997), Executive Director (1982-2003), and Fellow (1980 - present). Member of the Board of Editors, Armed Forces & Society, 2004-present.
National Strategy Forum, Chicago, IL. Editor, National Strategy Forum Review, July 2009-present. Member, Editorial Board, National Strategy Forum Review, 1995-present. Chair, Academic Advisory Council, 1995-present.
Pritzker Military Library. Member of the Board of Directors, 2004-present.
American Political Science Association. Co-founder, International Security and Arms Control Section; Chair, 1990-1993.
The European Research Group on the Military and Society (ERGOMAS).
Research Committee 01 (Armed Forces and Conflict Resolution) of the International Sociological Association.
International Studies Association (Sections: International Security Studies (past member of Governing Board); Peace Studies; Intelligence Studies).
Consulting: Local and national media (television and print); United States Commission on National Security/21st Century (Hart-Rudman Commission: Military Personnel Reform Panel); U.S. General Accounting Office; U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College; U.S. Naval War College; Smith-Richardson Foundation; McCormick Foundation; Cranfield University (UK); University of Bristol (UK); Royal Military College of Canada.
Military assignments: Captain, U.S. Naval Reserve (Retired October 1999). Navy Officer Billet Code: 9086 (Strategic Plans Officer). Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer for the Commander, Naval Training Center Great Lakes, 1996-1999; Assistant Deputy for Readiness, Naval Reserve Readiness Command Region 13, 1994-1996. Active and reserve duty with the U.S. Naval Academy (instructor, Departments of History and Political Science), USS Columbus (CG-12; Intelligence Officer, Electronic Warfare Officer, Meteorological Officer; Anti-Air Warfare Evaluator; Combat Information Center Watch Officer), the Chief of Naval Operations (Strategic Concepts Branch, OP-603 and N513), the Joint Chiefs of Staff (Strategy Branch, J-5), the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Assistant Principal Deputy Undersecretary for Strategy and Resources), the U.S. Naval War College (Center for Naval Warfare Studies), U.S. Naval Doctrine Command, Assault Craft Unit One (Commanding Officer), Commander, Second Fleet, The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, and the First U.S. Army.
Military memberships: Naval Reserve Association (President, Ninth District, 1988-1991); Reserve Officers Association; Inter-Allied Confederation of Reserve Officers (CIOR: Chair of U.S. delegation to Commission Two (Issues and Attitudes), 1992-1995); U.S. Naval Institute; The Navy League; Naval Order of the United States, U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation.



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