Posted on: 5/30/2023
Kudos to three Defense Security Cooperation University Office of the President colleagues, Dr. Jason Fritz, Mr. Michael Skaggs and Dr. Thomas-Durrell Young, for their recently published academic works.
Dr. Fritz, the DSCU Chief Academic Officer, and his co-author David Malet published “Historical Responses to Foreign Fighters and Returnees” in the book, Returning Foreign Fighters: Responses, Legal Challenges and Ways Forward, edited by Francesca Capone, Christophe Paulussen, and Rebecca Mignot-Mahdavi a T.M.C. Asser Press published here.
Mr. Skaggs, the Defense Security Cooperation University Senior Lecturer for Strategy and Policy, whose chapter, “The Military Attaché: Adapting to Foreign Cultures,” was recently published in the book Boots and Suits: Historical Cases and Contemporary Lessons in Military Diplomacy, a Marine Corps University Press publication. The full book can be found here.
Dr. Young, the DSCU Senior Academic Analyst, whose article, “Reinforcing NATO’s Eastern Airspace: The Institutional Challenges of Transitioning from Soviet/Russian Fighters to Western Multi-Role Fighter Aircraft,” was recently published in the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) Journal, a Routledge publication. The article can be found here.
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