Academic journal article Human Ecology

Strategic Thinking

Academic journal article Human Ecology

Strategic Thinking

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As he completes his 28th year of service to the United States, Colonel Isaiah Wilson III, MPA/MA '98, PhD '04, remains passionate about his work.

His career in defense and global affairs began when he was an Army Apache helicopter pilot. "I'd been very much involved in national security and public affairs as a practitioner," Wilson says, "particularly with the crises in the years coming out of the Cold War." After seven years immersed in conflict situations, Wilson attended graduate school at Cornell. He learned the policy and theory behind all he had seen first-hand and experienced his "intellectual birth."

Thanks to his studies at CIPA, Wilson is now a sought-out military strategist. His work dramatically shapes military operations. He documented and analyzed the Iraq war and peace plans--and was among the first to publicly speak out about the lack of an exit strategy--and worked as the resident strategist for General David Petraeus. …

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