ColucciLamont

Lamont Colucci

Associate Professor of Politics and Government

ColucciL@ripon.edu
920-748-8736
Office: East 207

  • Basic Information
  • Awards & Honors
  • Publications
  • Areas of Interest
  • Presentations
  • Professional Experience

Basic Information

Education

  • Ph.D. political science, University of London
  • M.S., educational administration, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • M.A., history, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • B.A., international relations, history and political science, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Courses Taught

  • POL 110 Introduction to Politics
  • POL 220 American Politics and Government
  • POL 280 Introduction to International Relations
  • POL 331 American Political Thought
  • POL 343 United States National Security Policy
  • POL 381 United States Foreign Policy
  • POL 385 Terrorism and Intelligence
  • POL 388 International Law
  • POL 501-502 Senior Seminar
  • POL 550 National Security Capstone

Awards & Honors

  • Senior Fellow in National Security Studies, American Foreign Policy Council
  • Advisor in National Security and Foreign Affairs, The Conference of Defence Associations Institute
  • 2015 Significant Sig Award, Sigma Chi Fraternity
  • Fulbright Teaching Scholarship, Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, Vienna Austria, 2012
  • Excellence in Leadership – Faculty Mentor Award, 2011
  • Underkofler Award for Outstanding Teaching
  • Severy Award for Outstanding Teaching
  • Former foreign service officer, U.S. Diplomatic Corps
  • International relations-policy consultant, Gerson Lehrman Group
  • Designated Speaker for the American Committees on Foreign Relations (ACFR) on U.S. Foreign Policy and U.S. National Security Policy
  • Group study exchange team leader to Taiwan, spring 2005
  • Fulbright Memorial Fellowship to Japan, fall 1997
  • Korean Society Fellow, summer 1997
  • Educational team leader, Russia, spring 1997
  • Team leader, U.S.-Japan Close-Up Fellowship to Japan, fall 1996
  • Fulbright scholar to China, summer 1996
  • Keizai Koho Fellowship to Japan, summer 1995

Publications

Books

  • Colucci, Lamont, 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, publication 2012
  • Colucci, Lamont, contributing author for 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
  • Colucci, Lamont, Crusading Realism – The Bush Doctrine and American Core Values after 9/11, (Lanham, Maryland) Rowman & Littlefield, 2008

Journals/Articles

  • Colucci, Lamont, "Great Power Conflict – Will it Return?”,World Affairs Journal, World Affairs Institute, 2015.
  • Colucci, Lamont, "The Obama Doctrine and South Asia”,Defense Dossier, American Foreign Policy Council, 2013.
  • Written numerous articles for journals such as: U.S. News and World Report, Washington Times, Weekly Standard, National Review, and InHomeland Security.
  • Colucci, Lamont, “The Bush Doctrine and the Anglo-American Special Relationship”, Volume 25, Edition 2, Defense and Security Analysis, Routledge, 2009
  • Article on “Free trade exigencies – KORUS-FTA”, The Washington Times, June 8, 2009
  • Article on “Modern Parallel to Valkyrie, Lessons of Foreign Policy”, The Washington Times, Jan. 29, 2009
  • Article on “U.S. Japan Free Trade Agreement”, The Washington Times, Dec. 31, 2008
  • Article on “The Bush Doctrine”, The Washington Times, Oct. 10, 2008
  • Wrote nonpolitical speech for U.S. President commemorating the Battle of Okinawa and U.S. Japan current relations, Okinawa G-8 Summit, 2000
  • Review of political biography about Deng Xiao Ping, “Education About Asia Magazine,” 1998
  • Fulbright report about the modernization of the Chinese military, 1996
  • Article, “Social Transformation in China Due to Economics,” 1996
  • Comparison report of American and Japanese secondary educational systems, 1996

Areas of Interest

  • International relations
  • National security
  • Foreign policy
  • Comparative politics
  • Intelligence and security
  • Area studies (especially East Asia, Russia and Western Europe)
  • International law
  • American government
  • American, European, Asian history
  • Bi-monthly columnist for U.S. News and World Report on foreign affairs.

Presentations

  • Presentation on “Grand Strategy and National Security”, Institute for World Politics, Washington D.C., October 23, 2015.
  • Presentation on “National Security and Great Power Conflict”, The College Endowment Association, Milwaukee, WI, January 7, 2015.
  • Presentation on “National Security Doctrines”, Hinckley Institute of Politics, University of Utah, November 21, 2013.
  • Presentation on “National Security Strategies”, American Committees on Foreign Relations, Utah Branch, November 20, 2013.
  • Presentation on “National Security Doctrines”, The College Endowment Association, Milwaukee, WI, November 14, 2012.
  • Presentation on “President Bush’s National Security Strategy”,University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and Veterans Museum, Oshkosh, WI, November 10, 2012.
  • Presentation on “National Security Doctrines”, American Foreign Policy Council, Washington D.C., October 25, 2012.
  • Presentation on “Presidential Foreign Policy Review”,Washington World Affairs Council, Washington D.C.,October 24, 2012.
  • Presentations by specific invitation through the Fulbright Intercountry Lecture Program - invitations to speak on United States foreign policy and national security, King’s College London, Dublin City University, Central European University Budapest, Charles University Prague, University of Corsica, University of Avignon, University of Rome, University of St. Gallen,  and University of Bonn (other invitations offered), February 2012 to present.
  • Presentation on “National Security Strategies”, American Committees on Foreign Relations, Alabama Branch,September 29, 2011.
  • Presentation of Paper “National Security Doctrines”, Annual Conference on Terrorism and Global Security, Washington, D.C., Sept. 2, 2011.
  • Presentation of Paper, “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, Rhode Island, October 2010.
  • Presentation on “U.S. Foreign Policy-The Impact on European Security”, Counter Terror Expo 2010, London, UK, April, 2010.
  • Presentation on “U.S. Foreign Policy-National Security Doctrines”, University of Cambridge and the Henry Jackson Society, Cambridge, UK, April 2010.
  • Presentation on “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), October 2009
  • Presentation on “The Impact of the Bush Doctrine”, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, Wisconsin Chapter, Madison, Wisconsin, July 2009
  • Presentation on “U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security”, Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Madison, Wisconsin, April 2009
  • Presentation on “U.S. National Security”, St. Norbert’s College, Green Bay, Wisconsin, April 7, 2009
  • Presentation on “United States National Security Policy After 9/11″, British Parliament, Henry Jackson Society, October 2008
  • Presentation on “Legacy of the Bush Doctrine”, British Parliament, UK Commonwealth and Foreign Relations Council, October 2008
  • Presentation on “United States National Security Policy After 9/11″, British Parliament, Bow Parliamentary Group, October 2008
  • Presentation on “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
  • Presentation on “The Bush Doctrine – Foundations and Concepts”, Global Security in the 21st Century, University of Oxford, England, August 2006
  • Presentation on “East Asian Security Issues,” IIE Conference, 2003
  • Presentation on “U.S. National Security Interests in Asia,” 2003

Professional Experience

  • Senior Advisor in National Security Affairs, Contingent Security, 2/16-present.
  • Senior Fellow in National Security Affairs, American Foreign Policy Council, 2/13-present.
  • Advisor in National Security and Foreign Affairs, NATO based The Conference of Defence Associations Institute, 4/13-present.
  • Weekly Columnist, U.S. News and World Report, Foreign Policy and National Security, World Report - Insights, perspectives, and commentary on foreign affairs, 12/12-present.
  • Designated Speaker for the American Committees on Foreign Relations (ACFR) on U.S. Foreign Policy and U.S. National Security Policy, 8/09-present.