Lamont Colucci named fellow of Institute for Corean-American Studies
Lamont Colucci, associate professor of politics and government, has been named a fellow of the Institute for Corean-American Studies Inc., whose mission is “advancing humanity, liberty, peace and security among all nations and all people.”
The institute cites Colucci’s experience as a diplomat with the U.S. Department of State with expertise in United States national security and United States foreign policy. He has written two books and contributed to two others; is a senior advisor in national security for Contingent Security, senior fellow in national security affairs at the American Foreign Policy Council and advisor on national security and foreign affairs to the NATO-oriented Conference of Defence Associations Institute; teaches in the graduate program in intelligence and security at American Military University; and in 2018 was appointed to the National Task Force on National and Homeland Security.
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