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Thomas L. McNaugher

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Georgetown University

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Employment History

Senior Warden

The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer


Chairman

International Center for Conciliation


Expert

Army Corps


Contributor

Foreign Affairs


Director, Center for Asia Pacific Policy

RAND Corporation


Affiliations

Council on Foreign Relations

Member


Brookings Institution

Senior Fellow


International Institute for Mediation & Historical Conciliation

Executive Board Member


Education

West Point


M.P.A.


M.P.A.

Harvard University


Ph.D.

Political Science

Harvard University


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Georgetown Security Studies Review - Faculty Interview Series: An Interview with Dr. Thomas McNaugher, SSP's Director of Studies

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Faculty Interview Series: An Interview with Dr. Thomas McNaugher, SSP's Director of Studies
Faculty Interview Series: An Interview with Dr. Thomas McNaugher, SSP's Director of Studies Dr. Thomas McNaugher, Visiting Professor and SSP's Director of Studies, joined the Georgetown faculty in 2011 after a career mainly in think tanks. From 1981 to 1995 Dr. McNaugher was a scholar at the Brookings Institution, where he authored books and articles on military strategy in the Persian Gulf and on the US weapons acquisition process. In 1995, he left Brookings for RAND, where he held a series of management positions, including Vice President for Army Research and Director of the Army's RAND-based research institute, the Arroyo Center. On several occasions he has testified before Congress on Middle East security issues or weapons procurement. After graduating from the US Military Academy at West Point, Dr. McNaugher served as an active duty Army officer from 1968-75. His service record includes a tour as an advisor in the Republic of Vietnam (1970-71). As an Army Reservist after 1975, he was mobilized and served in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm (1990-91). He retired from the Army Reserves in January 2000 with the rank of Colonel. In addition to a B.S. from the US Military Academy, McNaugher earned an M.P.A. and Ph.D. (in Political Science) from Harvard University. In this inaugural installment of the Faculty Interview Series, Dr. McNaugher sits down with the GSSR to share insights into his past experiences and current role at SSP.


Georgetown Security Studies Review - In The News

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Faculty Interview Series: An Interview with Dr. Thomas McNaugher, SSP's Director of Studies
Faculty Interview Series: An Interview with Dr. Thomas McNaugher, SSP's Director of Studies By: Cillian Muldoon, Reporter Dr. Thomas McNaugher, Visiting Professor and SSP's Director of Studies, joined the Georgetown faculty in 2011 after a career mainly in think tanks. From 1981 to 1995... Read More


www.taipeitimes.com

"Taiwan is everything we preach about - it is what we want other countries to be," said Thomas McNaugher, director of studies at Georgetown University's Center for Security Studies.
Invading Taiwan would be an "extremely dicey" operation, McNaugher told an Atlantic Council discussion titled "Conflict in the Taiwan Strait?" Amphibious assaults are very tough and China does not have any particular experience in that area, he said. Rather than a direct attack, Beijing might try a blockade if it decided to force unification, he said. However, a blockade would take a lot of time to enforce and that would allow US power to build up "pretty effectively," he said. McNaugher said that China's military buildup has been very effective and comprehensive, and Beijing was continuing to make "steady, relentless progress." He said the US still had an edge in the conventional balance of power, but that "we have entered that fuzzy area where there is a lot of uncertainty about how this would go." In case of an attack, US intervention would depend on how the hostilities started, McNaugher said. "Taiwan is a raucous democracy; they even have fist fights in the legislature. It has a great economy with great human rights," he said. "If we were to let Taiwan go to a rapacious and naked Chinese attack, not only would it destroy the global economy, it would undermine our credibility." On the other hand, if a war started because Taiwan "promotes it," there would be a real question about US support, he said. The message to the Taiwanese was that in case of a conflict with China they had to be the victims and not the promoters, he said. One way for Taiwan to avoid an attack would be for it to "very visibly" build up its ability to defend itself and increase the level of deterrence, he said.


cedarlane.org

February 23:The Energy Revolution and US National Security, with Thomas L. McNaugher, Senior Visiting Professor, Security Studies Program, Georgetown University.
We are witnessing an "energy revolution" in which new technologies (notably those associated with so-called fracking) are rapidly increasing the production of both oil and natural gas in the United States.


School of Foreign Service - Georgetown

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Dr Thomas McNaugher, Former Director, Center for Asia Pacific Policy (RAND Corporation) and Georgetown visiting Professor in the Security Studies Program, throws light on its implications.


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