Jeff McCausland

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(deep state operative)
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Bornca. 1950
NationalityUS
Alma materFletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, US Military Academy
Member ofInstitute for Statecraft, Integrity Initiative/Cluster/US
Interests • “national security”
• nuclear weapons
• arms control
IfS deep state operative with connections to Chris Donnelly.

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In office
August 2010 - Present

[[|x22px|link=Colonel]] Colonel

In office
1972 - 2002
EmployerUS Army

Col. Dr. Jeffrey D. McCausland is a deep state operative with a long standing working relationship with Chris Donnelly and Harold Elletson. He is a member of the Institute for Statecraft. As of December 2018, the IfS website listed him as director of the "US Strategic Dialogue" project.[1]

Career

Jeff McCausland wrote in 2019 that he was "a visiting professor of International Security Studies at Dickinson College (Carlisle, PA), former Dean of the Army War College. He is currently involved in a project for the National Nuclear Security Administration focused on nuclear weapons in South Asia and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. He serves as a national security consultant for CBS radio and television. He routinely does analysis for CBS on issues such as Iraq, European security, arms control, or related questions of national security policy."[2]

Activities

In 2010, Jeff McCausland made a film on Future Conflict and Learning'’ with Col. Amardeep Bhardwaj and Chris Donnelly.[3]

Connections

Opinions

"I think it’s very unlikely if not impossible to believe that the United States would use a nuclear weapon preemptively. I think that would be way off the scales."

Publications

  • 2010 Arms control and the New Strategic Concept[4]

 

Event Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Security and Defence Learning/20101 December 20101 December 2010Berlin
Hotel InterContinental
A conference about training people for "defence" and "security" that featured at least 3 members of the Institute for Statecraft


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