Security and Defense Experts
Commander, 724th Special Tactics Group, U.S. Air Force
US Air Force Colonel Wolfe is an Air Force Special Tactics Officer and has spent the majority of his military career in Special Operations. He has Commanded Airmen during contingency operations in the US, Bosnia, Turkey, Philippines, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Throughout his career, Wolfe has worked with interagency, joint and coalition partners in military operations on five continents. H...
Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Center for Contemporary Arab Studies in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
My scholarly work has been about the complicated consequences of conflict. My first book, Palestinian Village Histories, focuses on memory and history among Palestinians made refugees in the course of the 1948 War and the creation of Israel. I collected and examined over 120 village books published by Palestinians about their villages that were destroyed, which I combined with interviews and...
Former Director, U.S. Information Agency
Assistant Professor, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and Department of Government, Georgetown University
Many of the most pressing issues in international security both before and after September 11, 2001 have involved military intervention. In my previous book, Occupational Hazards: Success and Failure in Military Intervention, I examined why some military occupations succeed whereas others fail. Like all my work, it sought to develop theoretical concepts that hopefully could help us understand cont...
Colonel, United States Air Force; Commander, 13th Bomb Squadron, Whiteman, AFB, MO
ExpertiseU.S. military; U.S. Air Force aviation; B-2 piloting
associate professor, Department of Defence Studies, Canadian Forces College (Toronto)
Director of International Relations, Sûreté du Québec
Eliot Fitch Chair for International Studies and Professor of Political Science, Marquette University
In the late 1980s with the completion and pending publication of a revised dissertation on trade policy (Patchwork Protectionism, Cornell 1990), I began a transition away from the mainstream focus of international political economy scholarship into exploring the nature and regulation of illegal/illicit flows of goods, capital, and persons. In addition to the more focused areas of my own research,...
Chair and Professor of Modern Japanese Cultural Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
Managing Attorney, Global Government Solutions Group, Cisco System, Inc.