Please join us for our Newport Lecture Series on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 6:00 PM (ET) with Naval War College Professor Timothy Hoyt, who will present on “Thinking About Great Power Competition.”
The lecture will be presented virtually and there will be a question & answer opportunity at the end of Dr. Hoyt’s presentation. To register: NLS with Dr. Timothy Hoyt
More about Professor Hoyt:
Timothy D. Hoyt is Professor of Strategy and Policy at the US Naval War College, where he has taught in residence since 2002. Prior to that, he taught for the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, as well as teaching for the Naval War College Distance Education Program at the Pentagon. He has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Swarthmore College, double majoring in Political Science and History, with minors in religion and music. He received a Master of Arts in International Relations and International Economics, as well as a Ph.D. in International Relations and Strategic Studies, from The Johns Hopkins University’s Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
Dr. Hoyt is currently serving as John Nicholas Brown Chair of Counterterrorism, and is also the Academic Director and Senior Mentor for the Advanced Strategy Program. He served as co-chair of the Indian Ocean Regional Studies Group. He has taught on counter-terrorism issues at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, and lectured on strategy, terrorism, nuclear proliferation, regional security, and naval issues at universities, think tanks, and military colleges in the US, UK, Ireland, Israel, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, China, Australia, and India. He will be the final speaker at a conference on the Irish War of Independence sponsored by the Irish Defence Forces and the Military History Society of Ireland in July.
Dr. Hoyt is the author of one book (Military Industry and Regional Defence Policy: India, Iraq and Israel) and over fifty book chapters and articles in refereed publications on topics including South Asian security, nuclear proliferation, terrorism, counterinsurgency, strategic theory, the role of middle powers in the international system, coalitions and alliances, and the emerging international security environment. His current projects include work on coalition-building in the Indo-Pacific, a history of the Irish Republican Army, a strategic analysis of the Hanover-Stuart war of 1745, and ongoing research on the relationship between terrorism and irregular war.
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