Dr. Joseph Clark

Assistant Professor

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CLA 3235

Education

Ph.D. Political Science,
The George Washington University,
2011

M.A. Political Science,
University of Arkansas,
2001

B.A. History,
University of Arkansas,
1999

Areas of Expertise

Organizational Learning
Military Doctrine
Military Operations and Strategy
Grand Strategy
National Security Policy
Homeland Security Policy
National Intelligence Enterprise

Scholarship, Creative Activity

Summer Workshop on Analysis of Military Operations and Strategy (SWAMOS) hosted by the Columbia University Institute of War and Peace Studies, 2011.

“Domestic and Systemic Determinants of Intervention by Major Powers: Specifying a Complete Model.” Co-authored with Elizabeth Franker. Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, 2004.

Selected Publications and Presentations

Shoot, Move, Communicate — Cyber’s Effect on Ground Combat. Co-authored with Frank J. Cilluffo. Publisher: Military Review, 2015

Repurposing Cyber Command. Co-authored with Frank J. Cilluffo. Publisher: Parameters. 43,4. (Winter 2013-2014)

Time to Think About Strategic Hybrid Threats: in Theory and Practice. Co-authored with Frank J. Cilluffo. Publisher: PRISM, 2012.

Running a Three-Legged Race: The San Diego Police Department, The Intelligence Community, and Counterterrorism. Co-authored with Andrew G. Mills. Publisher: Homeland Security Policy Institute, 2011.