Dr. Lamont Colucci, as a former diplomat for the U.S. State Department, accomplished author and noted educator, is a regular contributor to publications the world over. He has been invited to write op-ed articles in many newspapers, literary journals, intellectual publications and magazines and other literary works. The following is a limited list of some of his more recent publications.
Lamont Colucci OP-ED: Moviegoers are experiencing a heavy dose of history by watching the recently released film, “Valkyrie,” starring Tom Cruise. A more poignant and important film (perhaps entitled “The Beck Gambit”) would have been one that focused not on … Continue reading
Everyone has it wrong, there has been, and there is a clear and distinct Bush Doctrine. There has been much made of the interview between ABC’s Charlie Gibson and Gov. Sarah Palin where Mr. Gibson defines the Bush Doctrine as … Continue reading
Lamont Colucci OP-ED: In 1853, an American naval squadron with lead ships Susquehanna and Mississippi steamed into Tokyo Bay and anchored off of Uraga. This event, set into motion by a never remembered president, Millard Fillmore, and led by a … Continue reading
Lamont Colucci By kind invitation of David Gauke MP, the Henry Jackson Society hosted a discussion with Dr. Lamont Colucci, author of ‘Crusading Realism: The Bush Doctrine and American Core Values After 9/11’ and National Security Studies Co-ordinator at Ripon … Continue reading
Before George W Bush, the titanic battle in American foreign policy was between so-called realists and liberals. But the Bush doctrine does not fit definitively into either category. I believe it should be categorised as a “crusading realism” that deals … Continue reading
Lamont Colucci In January, North Korea demanded that the United States normalize relations before the North would abandon its nuclear weapons program. North Korea since has launched a multistage rocket, quit the six-party talks, restarted its nuclear reprocessing facility at … Continue reading