Dr. Chris Dolan, director of the Master of Science in Intelligence and Security Studies Program and professor of political science, co-authored the chapter, “The Ghost of Trump: ‘This with Donald Trump in the White House Would not Have Happened,’” in the edited book, Putin’s Disinformation War: Debunking the Fallacies About the Invasion of Ukraine. The book was published on Oct. 5 and edited by Pedro Rivas Nieto, José Antonio Muñiz-Velázquez, and Fernando Delage of the Universidad Loyola Andalucía in Spain. Dolan is working in partnership with the co-editors, the Max van der Stoel Institute in North Macedonia, and the Strategic Communications team at the think tank GLOBSEC in Slovakia on cyber and disinformation operations and malign influence.
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Dr. Chris J. Dolan, professor of political science, published “NATO After Madrid: A Strategic Concept or Strategic Ambiguity,?” in Tempos Novos on September 3. The piece, co-authored by Dr. Jared Larson, explores the consequences of NATO’s Strategic Concept that was developed at the Madrid Summit in June.
Dr. Chris J. Dolan’s peer-reviewed article, “Hybrid Warfare in the Western Balkans: Structural Vulnerability, Maligned Powers, and Hostile Influence,” was published in Volume 17, Issue 1 of South East Europe Review, pp. 3-25. Dr. Dolan, director of the Master of Science Program in Intelligence and Security Studies and professor of political science, “analyzes the domestic political, economic, and social conditions in the Western Balkans that provides a fertile ground for hostile and maligned actors to manipulate and exploit governments and societies with hybrid war measures…” in his study.