| Lamont Colucci |
|Interests|| • “terrorism”|
• “national security”
From a Henry Jackson Society (HJS) profile for a 20 October 2008 event:
Dr Lamont Colucci is the author of the recently published Crusading Realism: The Bush Doctrine and American Core Values After 9/11. He is Assistant Professor of Politics and Government and National Security Studies Coordinator at Ripon College. He was previously a diplomat with the U.S. State Department and holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of London. Dr Colucci is a well known speaker and lecturer and has enormous depth of knowledge regarding foreign policy, security issues, history, and current events particularly as they pertain to China, Korea, Japan, Europe and Russia.
Dr Colucci has travelled to Eastern Asia over 14 times, and received numerous fellowships and scholarships to Asia and Russia, including a Fulbright Scholarship to China, as well as a business fellowship to Japan. Lamont was also an American delegation leader to Japan on historical issues and also received a scholarship to Korea to work on security issues before joining the diplomatic corps for the State Department. Colucci has also completed a number of fellowship and scholarship research projects including the Modernisation of the Peoples Liberation Army of China and the Security Treaty between the United States and Japan.
- "HJS Event: US Foreign Policy and the Legacy of the Bush Doctrine", HJS website, accessed October 2008