Dr. Joseph R. Clark is a policy analyst at The George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute. His primary research interests include military doctrine, national security strategy, and organizational learning. Clark has written on counterinsurgency doctrine, piracy, police intelligence, and the US Army’s ability to innovate doctrine in the face of strategic failure in Vietnam and Iraq. In the spring of 2011, Dr. Clark administered HSPI initial Counterterrorism Research Survey to the Intelligence Unit Commanders Group of the Major Cities Chiefs Police Association. In the summer of 2011, Clark attended the Summer Workshop on the Analysis of Military Operations and Strategy run by Columbia University. In addition to his position at The George Washington University, Dr. Clark is an adjunct professor at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.
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