Michael Vlahos

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Dr. Michael Vlahos is "currently a senior member of the Joint Warfare Analysis Department at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Maryland. In addition to developing an ongoing collaboration between the laboratory and the U.S. Joint Forces Command, Vlahos' research into the War on Terror led to the 2001 Terror's Mask: Insurgency Within Islam, now a text in the Naval War College Strategy Department and the University of Chicago Islamic Studies Department.

"Vlahos is a former fellow at the Progress & Freedom Foundation and the Center for Naval Analysis, and headed the Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs, U.S. Department of State, at Cold War's end.

"Before that time, Vlahos served as the director of the Securities Studies Program at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He has authored several books published by Johns Hopkins/SAIS and the U.S. State Department, and his commentary has appeared in National Review, Washington Quarterly, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, and the Times Literary Supplement. Vlahos has also appeared regularly on Crossfire, Good Morning America, CNN and Larry King Live.

"Vlahos is a graduate of Yale University, and received both his masters and Ph.D from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, Tufts University." --TechCentralStation, accessed December 3, 2005.

Published Works

By Michael Vlahos

Lincoln Group

The Lincoln Group website lists Michael Vlahos on its list of "Advisors". As of December 6, 2005, the entry reads "Michael Vlahos, PhD, National Security Analysis Department." To access the listed entry, go to the Lincoln Group website, then click on "About Us", then, on left-hand panel, click on "Advisors".

According to the December 1, 2005, The War in Context, Paul Woodward quoted Vlahos as saying "someone I know put my name on a Lincoln Group proposal as an 'advisor' without my knowledge or consent."

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