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Dr. Stanley Byron Weeks

Dr. Stanley Byron Weeks

Address:6221 Rockhurst Road, Bethesda, Maryland 20817-1755 USA
Tel (O): (+011) 301-542-7814
Mobile: (+001) 301-542-7814
  • Current Position:
    • Adjunct Professor, U.S. Naval War College
      Consulting Employee, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
  • Education:
    • National War College, faculty graduate and military professor, Faculty of Strategy and Joint Military Operations (Dec 1988-July 1990)
    • The American University: Ph.D., International Studies (1977)
    • University of Madrid, Spain: Olmsted Scholar, Doctoral courses in Political Science/Post-Master’s in Latin American Studies (1974-1976)
    • The American University: M.A., International Studies (1974)
    • U.S. Naval Academy: B.S., Foreign Affairs (1970)
  • Professional Career:
    • 1994-Present, U.S. Naval War College
    • 1990-Present, SAIC
    • 1966-1990, U.S. Naval Officer
    • 1997-2012 Adjunct, Institute for Defense Analyses
    • 1999-2011 Adjunct, CNA
  • Fields of Academic Expertise:
    • Strategy and planning; US maritime strategy; maritime security; U.S. China relations; arms control
  • Publications:
    • Scanning the Horizon: Implications for Navy Strategy of National, Joint and Other Services’ Strategic Trends, CRM D0026341.A3/Final, February 2012
    • Changing the Game: A Distributed Posture for Persistent Engagement Activities in the Asia-Pacific Region, Institute for Defense Analyses, January 2011
    • “Naval Forward Presence in the Cold War: Perceptions of Former Soviet Elites,” (for OPNAV), November 1994.
    • “Multilateral Security Cooperation and Confidence Building Measures in the Asia-Pacific,” (for OSD/ISA(EAPR)), July 1994.
    • “The USA and Proliferation in Northeast Asia,” U.N. Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), 1994.
    • “Submarines,” and “Sea-Based Air,” Chs. 2 and 6 in Sherwood, Dick, ed., Canberra Papers on Strategy and Defense No. 105, Operational and Technological Developments in Maritime Warfare: Implications for the Western Pacific, Australian National University, 1994.
2014 International Sea Lines of Communication Academic Conference, R.O.C.