NATIONAL SECURITY ANALYST, THINK TANK DIRECTOR, CIVIL SERVANT, EDUCATOR

Hans Binnendijk has published widely on issues related to national security, defense policy, foreign policy and NATO

Hans Binnendijk

CURRENT POSITION:

 

GOVERNMENT SERVICE INCLUDES:

  • Vice President for Research, National Defense University

  • Senior Director for Defense Policy and Arms Control, National Security Council

  • Principal Deputy Director of the Policy Planning Staff, State Department

  • Deputy Director/Legislative Director, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Staff

 

RESEARCH INSTITUTES:

  • Director, Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University (NDU)

  • Director, Center for Technology and National Security Policy, NDU

  • Director, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University

  • Director, Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, State Department

  • Deputy Director and Director of Studies, International Institute for Strategic Studies

  • Senior Fellow, RAND Corporation

  • Senior Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations, SAIS

 

BOARDS AND HONORS:

  • Former Chair: Humanity in Action

  • Former Vice Chair: Fletcher School Board of Advisors

  • Former Studies Committee Member, Council on Foreign Relations

  • Current Board Member, American Civil War Museum

  • Current International Advisory Council Member, U.S. Institute of Peace

  • Three Distinguished Service Awards (Defense): Superior Service Award (State)

  • German Cross of Merit

 

EDUCATION:

  • BA in History: University of Pennsylvania

  • MA, MALD, PhD: Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO NATO INCLUDE WORK ON:

  • NATO Enlargement

  • NATO Response Force

  • The Comprehensive Approach

  • 2010 Strategic Concept

  • The Framework Nation Approach

  • Enhanced Forward Presence

  • Counter-hybrid Assistance Teams

  • The Readiness Initiative

PUBLICATIONS

Articles, Book Chapters, and Issue Briefs 
Opinion Editorials
Books and Reports
Oral Histories, Testimonies, Lectures, and Podcasts
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