What's on archive 2007
Seminar: Advising the Iraqi Army05 Dec 2007, 17:00, The Pyramid Room, King's Building, Strand Campus
Department: War Studies
Location: Strand Campus
Location map: Strand: detail
Speaker: Michael P Noonan
Speaker institution: Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia, USA
Michael P Noonan is the managing director of FPRI's Program on National Security. His current research focuses on civil-military relations, counterinsurgency campaigning, and the military's role in the war on terrorism.
A Captain in the U.S. Army Reserve, in June 2007 he returned from a 14-month deployment to Texas, Kuwait, and Iraq, where he served on a Military Transition Team (MiTT) with an Iraqi light infantry battalion in and around the northern city of Tal`Afar.
Among other professional affiliations, he is a member of the International Institute of Strategic Studies, a fellow of the Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, a Life Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and has consulted for the Institute for Defense Analyses.
Mr Noonan is a doctoral candidate in political science from Loyola University Chicago; his dissertation deals with civil-military relations and military effectiveness. His writings have appeared in The American Interest, Orbis, Parameters, National Security Studies Quarterly, FPRI Wire, and FPRI E-Notes.
Chair: Dr David Betz
Contact name: Fleur A Adolphe
Tel: 020 7848 2796
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