Dr. Warren Chin has thirty years of experience working in both civilian and professional military educational establishments. In that time, he taught at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, including supervision of PhD students. However, his main area of expertise is in the delivery of professional military education and for the last 27 years he has taught students from officer cadets at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, to generals at the Royal College of Defence Studies and the Joint Services Command and Staff College.
Earned by MA and PhD in the War Studies Department, King’s College London.
specializd in the delivery of Professional Military Education and teach across a broad syllabus that includes military history, strategic studies, defence policy and regional studies.
The main research focuses on the changing character of war and contemporary challenges facing defence organizations today.
Most recent and forthcoming publications:
Technology, War and the State (Bristol: Bristol University Press, due for publication in 2023).
‘The Recalibration of Military Power in Counterterrorism: The UK experience of fighting Islamic State’, in The Transatlantic relationship in Terrorism and Counterterrorism edited by Tobias Hof (Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2021).
‘Technology, War and the State: Past, Present and Future,’ International Affairs (July, 2019).