Lamont Colucci

  Lamont Colucci

 

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

 

Current 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 and Honors

  • Senior Fellow in National Security Studies, American Foreign Policy Council
  • Advisor in National Security and Foreign Affairs, The Conference of Defence Associations Institute
  • 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

 

 

Recent Publications and Presentations

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, “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, January 29, 2009
  • Article on “U.S. Japan Free Trade Agreement”, The Washington Times, December 31, 2008
  • Article on “The Bush Doctrine”, The Washington Times, October 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

Presentations

  • Presentation of Paper “National Security Doctrines”, Annual Conference on Terrorism and Global Security, Washington, DC, September 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, RI, 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, WI, July 2009
  • Presentation on “U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security”, Wisconsin Veterans Museum, Madison, WI, April 2009
  • Presentation on “U.S. National Security”, St. Norbert’s College, Green Bay, WI, 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

 

 

 

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