Dr. John Harrison
Associate Professor, Homeland Security
Dr. John Harrison is an internationally recognized expert in aviation security, terrorism, and political violence.
He is a Associate Professor at Rabdan Academy in Abu Dhabi where he is developing the schools new Bachelors of Science in Homeland Security and is lead faculty on the MS in Intelligence. Prior to Rabdan he was a senior analyst for CyberPoint International LLC. He was a professor for the National Defense University Program for the US Special Operations community at Fort Bragg. Previously he was the Head of Terrorism Research at the International Center for Political Violence and Terrorism Research in Singapore and served as the Coordinator of Transportation Security at the University’s Center for Excellence in National Security
Dr. Harrison is a leading specialist in aviation security and serves as an Associate Editor of the international Journal of Transportation Security. He is a Technical Advisor to Borderpol, and the Singapore Chapter of the International Association for Counterterrorism and Security Professionals.
In 2008 Dr. Harrison was embedded with US Special Forces in Tikrit, Iraq
PhD International Relations, St Andrews University, Scotland 2006
M.Litt. International Security Studies, St Andrews University, Scotland 2000
MA Political Science The American University in Washington, DC 1995
BA Political Science from Wheeling Jesuit University, Wheeling WV 1992
Terrorism and CT, Homeland Security, 4th Generation Warfare, Strategic Threats and related fields
Terrorism and CT, Insurgency and Counter Insurgency, Special Operations, Aviation Security, Transportation Security, U.S foreign and security policy, US politics
Foreign Fighters: The Role of and Threat to International Civil Aviation, Aviation Security International February 2017
Political Risk to the Supply Chain in Global Supply Chain Security Emerging Topics in Research, Practice and Policy Andrew R. Thomas • Sebastian Vaduva
Editors, Springer 2014
International Aviation and Terrorism, Evolving Threats Evolving Security Routledge 2009.
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|Seminar1||Seminars: Daesh, The internal Organization and Ideology||4.5 Hours||March 1, 2017|