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Background Information

Employment History

Homeland Security Affairs

SME Terrorism and Insurgency

Military Personnel Services Corporation

Professor

Naval Postgraduate School

President

Agile Research & Technology Inc

Associate Political Scientist

RAND Corporation

Education

Master of Arts

University of St. Andrews , Scotland

PhD

University of St. Andrews , Scotland

Web References (37 Total References)


Homeland Security Affairs: Editorial Review Board

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David Brannan (MPSC)

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David Brannan (MPSC) David Brannan lectures at the Naval Postgraduate School's Center for Homeland Defense and Security. He served six months in Iraq as the director of security policy for the CPA/MOI, where he wrote or led the security policy initiatives for the Iraqi Police Service (IPS), Department of Border Enforcement (DBE), Facilities Protection Service (FPS), and the Iraqi Civil Defense Directorate. Prior to that, Dr. Brannan served as a political scientist for the RAND Corporation (from 2000 to 2005), working on areas related to terrorism, insurgency, and law enforcement with particular expertise related to domestic theologically-motivated political activism. He still contributes to RAND research on occasion as an adjunct political scientist and regularly publishes in academic journals, tactical journals, edited books, and government reports. Two recent publications include a primer for law enforcement, Preparing for Suicide Terrorism, and a chapter on left and rightwing terrorism in The Politics of Terrorism. Dr. Brannan holds a joint honours Master of Arts and PhD from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland.


RAND | ISE | Environment, Energy, and Economic Development | Staff

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David Brannan


RAND | ISE | Environment, Energy, and Economic Development | Staff

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David Brannan


Homeland Security Affairs: Editorial Review Board

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David Brannan

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David Brannan David Brannan lectures at the Naval Postgraduate School's Center for Homeland Defense and Security. He served six months in Iraq as the director of security policy for the CPA/MOI, where he wrote or led the security policy initiatives for the Iraqi Police Service (IPS), Department of Border Enforcement (DBE), Facilities Protection Service (FPS), and the Iraqi Civil Defense Directorate. Prior to that, Dr. Brannan served as a political scientist for the RAND Corporation (from 2000 to 2005), working on areas related to terrorism, insurgency, and law enforcement with particular expertise related to domestic theologically-motivated political activism. He still contributes to RAND research on occasion as an adjunct political scientist and regularly publishes in academic journals, tactical journals, edited books, and government reports. Two recent publications include a primer for law enforcement, Preparing for Suicide Terrorism, and a chapter on left and rightwing terrorism in the Politics of Terrorism. Dr. Brannan holds a joint honours Master of Arts and PhD from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland.
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David W. Brannan, PhD ...

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David W. Brannan, PhD (Theologically Motivated Terrorism), is a senior analytical advisor on issues of International Relations, social identity, law enforcement, asymmetrical threats and low intensity conflict, including both terrorism and insurgency. His experience as the Director of Security Policy, Ministry of Interior, Iraq (2003-2004), has provided a unique base from which to build effective programs related to intelligence, national and homeland security through effective multidiscipline approaches to these difficult issues. David has been particularly successful developing methods for integrating intricate theoretical frameworks with operational realities-effectively marrying rigorous academics with the real world. dbrannan@agile-rt.com · Tel: 530·521·1718

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