Dean and Professor, College, Security and Intelligence
Intelligence Studies and Global Affairs Department
Prescott College of Security and Intelligence
- Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in International Relations, Tufts University
- SIS 415: GSIS Senior Capstone Course
Lectures, seminar presentations, conference papers, briefings since 1990 for: US Secretary of
Defense; House Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, US Congress; Foreign Service Institute,
Arlington, VA; Meridian House International, Washington, DC; Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratories, CA; National Defense University/ National War College, Washington, DC; The World Bank; Strategic Studies Program, University of Illinois; Institute for Policy Studies,
Islamabad; Association for Asian Studies.
The Pakistan People's Party: The First Years (Accepted for publication by the Oxford University Press, Karachi, May 1998)."The Scavengers of Lahore: Self-Sufficiency and Recycling," World Bank Paper (forthcoming).
"Changing Party Structures in Pakistan: From Muslim League to People's Party," in Manzooruddin
Ahmed, ed., Contemporary Pakistan: Politics, Economics, Society (Durham: Carolina Academic
"Birds Seen Along a Mountain Trail in Pakistan," Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society,
4th Quarter, 1979 (Covers Upper Swat, Indus Kohistan and SE Chitral).
1. Gazetteer of Pakistan. Contract in place with Oxford University Press, Karachi, to produce a 14 to 16 volume gazetteer of Pakistan. The project will include contributions by working scholars on Pakistan, as well as major writing and editing work by me. The model is the Imperial Gazetteer of India series, last published by Oxford in 1907. As the largest composite work so far done on Pakistan, this will be a historic contribution to South Asia studies. Although much more is needed, some financial support is being made available by the South Asia Center, University of Chicago.
2. The Pakistan People's Party: Rise to Power (Oxford University Press, 2003), 543 pages. (ISBN: 0195799666).
3. 'The 'Sunni Revolution' and Politics in Pakistan: The Rise of the Deobandi Ulama,' in ed., Richard Bonney, Conference Proceedings, US-Pakistan Relations: Thwarting Global Terrorism (University of Leicester Academic Papers, 2004). Paper presented at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., October 2003. Conference was jointly organized by the Institute for the Study of Indo-Pakistan Relation at the University of Leicester and the Asian Studies Program at the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. This paper was provided to the United States Government, the Department of State, the Privy Council, Office of the Prime Minister in Canada. It was read with great interest in both governments. The reviewer at the State responded that every outgoing Foreign Service Officer to Pakistan should read this paper.
4. 'Ghazi-Barotha Hydropower Project: Social Issues and Engineering Design,' in Paul Tedd, ed., Reservoirs in a Changing World (London: Thomas Telford, 2003). Paper presented at the British Dam Society Conference, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, 6 September, 2002.
5. 'Present Realities in Islam,' Course for mid-level IC analysts, CENTRA Technologies, Tysons II area in Northern Virginia, October 25-26, 2006.
6. Seminar for Senior Federal Managers, Western Management Center, Denver, CO. Organized by the National War College, September 20-21, 2006
7. International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE), Washington, DC, May 1-2, 2006.
8. 'Regional Perspectives: Islam in South Asia,' presentation for the United States Government: 'Islamic Realities Course' in Political Strategic Analysis Program (PISAP), CENTRA Technologies, McLean, VA, October 6, 2005.
9. 'The Ghazi-Barotha Hydropower Project in Pakistan: Resettlement and Land Acquisition,' 2005, internal paper commissioned by the World Bank in 2004; currently under review at the Bank for permission to publish externally.
10. 'Religion and Politics in Pakistan: Response and Rulership,' paper presented at Conference on the Struggle Between Political Islam and Secular Nationalism in the Palestinian Arena, organized by CENTRA Technologies for a U.S. Government client, Arlington, VA, August 30, 2004.
11. 'Al-Qa'ida and the Globalization of the Indus Frontier: Religion, Sanctuary and Asymmetrical Warfare in the Pakistan-Afghanistan Borderland,' Paper presented at the Western Conference of the Association of Asian Studies, Arizona State University, October 10, 2003. Paper selected for a graduate course in religion at Arizona State University.
12. 'Sunni Orthodoxy and the Islamists: Rise of Religion in Pakistan's Politics,' Presentation to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, Washington, D.C., January 2001.
(Not noted are numerous unpublished works, including nine book-length studies prepared under contract. These include major military-political and socio-economic studies of Afghanistan and Pakistan, including databases and handbooks, and studies of Islam and Politics in Pakistan, various studies of insurgency and international terrorism.)