The Columbia Seminar on Security and Defense continues their 2017-18 Series on “The Realities of Global Terrorism”
Daniel S. Morgan, Military Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Chaired by Nancy W. Collins, Fellow, Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies
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Colonel Daniel S. Morgan, U.S. Army, most recently commanded Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s installation and infrastructure readiness in support of U.S. Air Force global airlift, special operations, and globally responsive and Pacific-focused Army land power. Previously, he served in Italy, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo, 101st Airborne Division, and 10th Mountain Division. Morgan participated in multiple combat operations as a commander and operations officer at the company, battalion, brigade, and division levels in Afghanistan and Iraq. From 1998 to 2001, he served in the White House as an executive assistant to a presidential cabinet officer for the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Morgan is the coauthor of Chasing the White Rabbit: Lessons from the Battlefield and the Boardroom. He holds a BA in international affairs and a MA in national security strategic studies from Georgetown University, as well as an MS in security studies from the U.S. Army War College.
This year, the Columbia Seminar on Defense and Security is conducting a year-long discussion on the realities of global terrorism. We have invited speakers from disparate sectors and backgrounds to an objective discussion on the state of the global terrorism movement and examine the world’s strategic responses to it, sixteen years after the start of the global war on terrorism