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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

EDUCATION:
PhD, International Studies, University of Denver
MA, East European Studies, University of Texas at Austin
MA, International Relations, Troy State University

PROFESSIONAL AND CAREER INFORMATION:
May 98-Jun 00, Senior Counterintelligence Analyst, MD-HQ AFOSI, Andrews AFB
Jul 96-May 98, Graduate Student, East European Studies, University of Texas at Austin
Jul 94-Jul 96, Plans and Operations Officer (Inclusive of six-month tour in Bosnia Jan 96-Jun 96), 51st Field Investigation Squadron, RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom
Oct 91-Jul 94, Commander, AFOSI Detachment 548, Geilenkirchen AB, Germany
Jan 91-Oct 91, German Language Student, Defense Language Institute, CA

Jan 89-Jan 91, AFOSI Detachement 1408, Holloman AFB, NM

PUBLICATIONS:
“After Intervention: Recommendations for Improving Public Security Management in Post-Conflict Societies.”  United Nations Development Programme/The Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (Forthcoming).

“Current Slovenian Foreign Policy: Exercising Leadership in Europe.” The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies annual conference, New Orleans, LA (November 2007)

“Poland in International Organizations (EU-NATO-UN): Political Agendas and Achievements.” The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies annual conference, New Orleans, LA (November 2007)

“Contemporary Approaches to Defense and Security: A Case-Study Framework.”  The International Studies Association-West annual conference, San Francisco, CA (September 2007).

“The Military’s Role in the Establishment of Democratic and effective Government.” Columbia University (February 2007)

Contributing Editor/Executive Summary.  Defence Institution Building. A Sourcebook in Support of the Partnership Action Plan (PAP-DIB).  Geneva:  The Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (2006).

“Slovene Foreign Policy.” The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies annual conference, Washington, DC (November 2006).

“Rapid Urban Settlement, Violence and the Democratizing State:
Toward an Understanding,” Policing in Central and Eastern Europe Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia (September 2006).

 “Coercion and Politics: Armies, State Security, and Human Rights,” Western Political Science Association annual conference, Albuquerque, NM. (March 2006).

“Indonesia’s Security Sector Reform,” the Institute for National Security Studies annual Research Results Conference, USAF Academy, CO (November 2005).

“Slovenia and Europe,” The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies annual conference, Salt Lake City, UT (November 2005).

“Insurgency and Counterinsurgency,” ISAC/ISSS annual conference, Denver, CO (October 2005).

“Slovenia’s Contemporary Defense Framework: What Implications for Theory?” Slovene Studies 25.1–2 (February 2005).

“Commander of the Faithful:  Morocco, the King and the Internal Security Services.” Published by the Institute for National Security Studies (2005).

“Implications to Slovenia of EU and NATO Membership,” The American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies annual conference, Boston, MA (December 2004).

US Department of State invitee of three-person panel to discuss Slovene defense and foreign policies with Thomas B. Robertson, US ambassador to Slovenia, Washington, DC. (August 2004).

“The United Nations and Yugoslavia,” in Reflections on the Balkan Wars: Ten Years After the Break-up of Yugoslavia.  (co-author) New York:  Palgrave Press, 2004.

“The implications of Poland’s purchase of F-16s on US-Polish security relations,” the Institute for National Security Studies annual Research Results Conference, USAF Academy, CO (November 2003).

“The implications of Poland’s purchase of F-16s on US-Polish security relations,” Published by the Institute for National Security Studies (November 2003).

“NATO Bombing and anti-Western Violence,” Encyclopedia of World Terrorism. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2003.

 “Slovenia and NATO,” the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies annual conference, Pittsburgh, PA (November 2002).

“The development of Slovene democratic control of the armed forces,” Balkans Conference sponsored by Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL (February 2002).

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
The Balkans
East-Central Europe

Democratization
Security Sector Reform

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