In this course, students analyze some of the hardest national security challenges the United States will face in the decade ahead.
Dr. Reveron specializes in strategy development, non-state security challenges, intelligence, and U.S. defense policy. He has authored or edited nine books on international security and foreign policy. The latest are US Foreign Policy and Defense Strategy: the Evolution of an Incidental Superpower (2015), Cyberspace and National Security( 2012), and Human Security in a Borderless World (2011).
Dr. Reveron is a faculty affiliate at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University where he co-teaches a course on contemporary national security challenges at the Kennedy School of Government. He also teaches at the Extension School at Harvard University.
As a serving officer in the Navy Reserves, he has served in Navy and joint units to include the National Military Command Center, NATO’s Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan, and US Southern Command.
He graduated from the College of Naval Command Staff through the College of Distance Education Fleet Seminar Program and completed the Maritime Staff Operators Course at the Naval War College. He received an MA in political science and a Ph.D. in public policy analysis from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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