Professional Work

Dr. Lamont Colucci is a prolific writer, speaker, researcher and academic. This is a recent list of some of his publications, speaking engagements and experience.

Professional Experience:

Designated Speaker for the American Committees on Foreign Relations (ACFR) on U.S. Foreign Policy and U.S. National Security Policy

Regular Commentator for the Ideas Network on Wisconsin Public Radio on International Affairs

Regular Commentator for Beyond the Beltway (Chicago TV and National XM Satellite Radio – POTUS)

Policy Consultant, Gerson Lehrman Group. Consultant on international relations, international economics, national security issues, cultural and historical background for East Asia, Europe and Russia

Fulbright Scholar Specialist Expert, a program that matches experts to overseas academic institutions and their needs

Publications:

Books:

Author, The National Security Doctrines of the American Presidency: How they Shape our Present and Future, A two-volume set in the Praeger Security International series, 2012.

Contributing Author, The Day that Changed Everything- Impact of 9-11 at the End of the Decade, “Grand Strategy Transformed: 9/11 and the Birth of Crusading Realism”, Morgan, Matt, editor, Santa Barbara, CA, Praeger, 2009.

Author, Crusading Realism-The Bush Doctrine and American Core Values After 9/11, Lanham, Maryland, Rowman & Littlefield, 2008.

Journals:

Author, “The Bush Doctrine and the Anglo-American Special Relationship”, Volume 25, Edition 2, Defense and Security Analysis, Routledge, 2009.

Articles, Presentations, Reports:

Academic and Professional Presentations

“National Security Strategies”, American Committees on Foreign Relations, Alabama Branch, September 29, 2011.

“National Security Doctrines”, Annual Conference on Terrorism and Global Security, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC, September 2nd, 2011.

“Clinton, Bush, and Obama:  Contrasting National Security Strategies and Finding a Way Forward”, American Committees on Foreign Relations, Kansas Branch, March 15, 2011.

“A National Security Strategy for the 21st Century”, APSA-ISSS/ISAC (American Political Science Association-International Security Studies Section/ International Security and Arms Control Section), Providence, RI, October 14h,  2010.

“The Political, Security and Economic Difficulties of Nippon”, American Committees on Foreign Relations, Idaho Branch, May 18, 2010.

“U.S. Foreign Policy-the Impact on European Security”, Counter Terror Expo 2010, London, UK, April 14-15, 2010.

“U.S. Foreign Policy-National Security Doctrines”, University of Cambridge and the Henry Jackson Society, Cambridge, UK, April 15, 2010.

“The Political, Security and Economic Difficulties of Nippon”, American Committees on Foreign Relations, Iowa Branch, March 18, 2009.

“Clinton, Bush, and Obama:  Contrasting National Security Strategies and Finding a Way Forward”, American Committees on Foreign Relations, Indiana Branch, January 10, 2010.

“The Political, Security and Economic Difficulties of Nippon”, American Committees on Foreign Relations, Connecticut Branch, November 4, 2009.

“The Bush Doctrine- Changes in American Foreign Policy, International Relations, and International Security”, APSA-ISSS/ISAC (American Political Science Association-International Security Studies Section/ International Security and Arms Control Section), Monterey, CA, October 16h, 2009.

Delegate and designated panel responder, World Summit on Counter-Terrorism, Herzliya, Israel, September 7th to 10th, 2009.

“United States National Security Policy After 9/11”, British Parliament, Henry Jackson Society, October 20th, 2008.

“Legacy of the Bush Doctrine”, British Parliament, UK Commonwealth and Foreign Relations Council, October 20th, 2008.

“United States National Security Policy After 9/11”, British Parliament, Bow Parliamentary Group, October 20th, 2008.

“The Bush Doctrine- Changes in American Foreign Policy, International Relations and International Security”, University of Athens, Athens Institute for Education and Research- International Politics Conference, Athens, Greece, June, 2007.

“The Bush Doctrine-Foundations and Concepts”, Global Security in the 21st Century, University of Oxford, England, August, 2006.

“Global Dialogue: Security and Foreign Policy Issues Around the World”, Global Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2006.

“East Asia and U.S. Foreign Policy”, International Education Conference, Madison, WI, 2005.

“Japan- Politics and Policy”, Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs, Milwaukee, WI, 1998.

Public Articles and Presentations

Foreign Policy Commentator, USNews.com: World Report, 2012

“The Impact of the Bush Doctrine”, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Wisconsin Chapter, Madison, WI, July 3, 2009.

“Free trade exigencies-KORUS-FTA”, The Washington Times, June 8, 2009.

“U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security”, Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Madison, WI, April 21st, 2009.

“U.S. National Security”, St. Norbert’s College, Green Bay, WI, April 7th, 2009.

“Roots and Causes of the Israel/Palestine Issue”, St. James Lutheran Church, Madison, WI, February 12th, 2009.

“Modern Parallel to Valkyrie, Lessons of Foreign Policy”, The Washington Times, January 29, 2009.

“U.S. Japan Free Trade Agreement”,  The Washington Times, December 31, 2008.

“The Bush Doctrine”, The Washington Times, October 10th, 2008.

“Theodore Roosevelt- The Strenuous Life and American Foreign Policy”, Annual Ripon Forum on Ethics and Oratory, Ripon, WI, 2007.

“Franklin Roosevelt- Franklin’s War Foreign Policy”, Annual Ripon Forum on Ethics and Oratory, Ripon, WI, 2006.

“George Washington, A Unique President”, Wisconsin Sons of the American Revolution, Madison, WI, 2002.

“Terrorism, U.S. Foreign Policy and Security”, Whitewater World Affairs Seminar, Whitewater, WI, 2002.

“U.S National Security policy after 9/11/01”, Madison Rotary, Madison, WI, 2002.

Non-Combatant Evacuation Operation Report, Department of State, U.S. Embassy South Korea, 2001.

“Korean – American Relations”, Korea Society, U.S. Embassy South Korea, 2001.

“U.S. Foreign Policy in East Asia”, International Relations Program, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 2000.

Sample Fellowships:

Fulbright Teaching Scholarship, Austrian Diplomatic Academy, Vienna Austria, spring/summer, 2012

Sample Academic Experience and Awards:

Excellence in Leadership – Faculty Mentor Award,  2011

Underkofler Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching, May, 2010

Severy Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, May, 2007