Andres, Dr. Richard

Professor, National Security Strategy

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Richard B. Andres is Full Professor of National Security Strategy at the U.S. National War College where he teaches courses on strategy development and cyber strategy and policy. Across his career he has served as a personal consultant on strategy to the Director of the National Security Agency-U.S. Cyber Command; the Secretary of the Air Force; the Commandant of the Marine Corps and other national leaders. He has led strategy development teams for the Bush and Obama White Houses, various combatant commands and other government and private organizations. Dr. Andres teaches courses on cyber strategy at Georgetown University SSP and Johns Hopkins SAIS. He is a senior fellow at the GW Center for Cyber and Homeland Security and sits on boards at the American Enterprise Institute and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

Selected publications:
• "Up in the Air" The American Interest (September/October 2010).
• "Volatility in the European Energy Security Framework: Addressing Ukraine-Russia Gas
Pricing Disputes," INSS Strategic Forum (2nd Quarter 2010).
• "Small Nuclear Reactors for Military Installations: Capabilities, Costs, and Technological
Implications," INSS Strategic Forum (2nd Quarter 2010).
• "Energy and Environmental Insecurity," Joint Forces Quarterly, Vol 55 (4th Quarter 2009).
• "The Emerging Energy Security System," book chapter, in Global Strategic Assessment
(National Defense University Press 2009).
• "The Department of Defense: New Energy Infrastructure and Fuels," book chapter, in Global
Strategic Assessment (National Defense University Press 2009).
• "Critical Decisions for the US Air Force," book chapter, in Global Strategic Assessment
(National Defense University Press 2009).
• "Anaconda: Un viciado el proceso de planificacin," Air and Space Power Journal, en espaol,
Vol XXI No 3 (4th Quarter 2009, reprint from Joint Forces Quarterly 2007).
• "The New Role of Air Strike in Small Wars," Small Wars Journal Online, (July 19, 2008).
• "Deep Attack Against Iraq: Precision Weapons, Cyber Attack, and the Future of War," book
chapter in Thomas Mahnken and Thomas Keaney's eds. Military Operations in Iraq
(Routledge 2007).
• "Anaconda: A Flawed Joint Planning Process," Joint Forces Quarterly, Vol 47 No 4 (4th
Quarter 2007).
• "The Afghan Model in Northern Iraq," Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol 29 No 3 (June 2006).
• "Winning with Allies: The Strategic Value of the Afghan Model," International Security, Vol
30 No 3 (Fall 2005/06). (With Craig Wills, and Thomas Griffith.)
• "When to Target Heads of Government in War," World Defense Systems, Vol 7 No 1 (Spring
2004).
• "Wargaming the Revolution in Military Affairs and Iraq," Fire & Movement, No 133 (Spring
2004).
• "Systemic Effects of Military Innovation and Diffusion," Security Studies, Vol 8 No 4
(Summer 1999). With Emily O. Goldman.
FUNCTIONAL EXPERTISE: Energy and Environmental Security, Deterrence and Compellence in
War, Airpower Theory, Organizational Theory and Defense Policy, Counterinsurgency and
Small Wars
REGIONAL EXPERTISE: N/A
EMAIL: andresR2@ndu.edu

Andres, Dr. Richard

Professor, National Security Strategy

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Richard B. Andres is Full Professor of National Security Strategy at the U.S. National War College where he teaches courses on strategy development and cyber strategy and policy. Across his career he has served as a personal consultant on strategy to the Director of the National Security Agency-U.S. Cyber Command; the Secretary of the Air Force; the Commandant of the Marine Corps and other national leaders. He has led strategy development teams for the Bush and Obama White Houses, various combatant commands and other government and private organizations. Dr. Andres teaches courses on cyber strategy at Georgetown University SSP and Johns Hopkins SAIS. He is a senior fellow at the GW Center for Cyber and Homeland Security and sits on boards at the American Enterprise Institute and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

Selected publications:
• "Up in the Air" The American Interest (September/October 2010).
• "Volatility in the European Energy Security Framework: Addressing Ukraine-Russia Gas
Pricing Disputes," INSS Strategic Forum (2nd Quarter 2010).
• "Small Nuclear Reactors for Military Installations: Capabilities, Costs, and Technological
Implications," INSS Strategic Forum (2nd Quarter 2010).
• "Energy and Environmental Insecurity," Joint Forces Quarterly, Vol 55 (4th Quarter 2009).
• "The Emerging Energy Security System," book chapter, in Global Strategic Assessment
(National Defense University Press 2009).
• "The Department of Defense: New Energy Infrastructure and Fuels," book chapter, in Global
Strategic Assessment (National Defense University Press 2009).
• "Critical Decisions for the US Air Force," book chapter, in Global Strategic Assessment
(National Defense University Press 2009).
• "Anaconda: Un viciado el proceso de planificacin," Air and Space Power Journal, en espaol,
Vol XXI No 3 (4th Quarter 2009, reprint from Joint Forces Quarterly 2007).
• "The New Role of Air Strike in Small Wars," Small Wars Journal Online, (July 19, 2008).
• "Deep Attack Against Iraq: Precision Weapons, Cyber Attack, and the Future of War," book
chapter in Thomas Mahnken and Thomas Keaney's eds. Military Operations in Iraq
(Routledge 2007).
• "Anaconda: A Flawed Joint Planning Process," Joint Forces Quarterly, Vol 47 No 4 (4th
Quarter 2007).
• "The Afghan Model in Northern Iraq," Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol 29 No 3 (June 2006).
• "Winning with Allies: The Strategic Value of the Afghan Model," International Security, Vol
30 No 3 (Fall 2005/06). (With Craig Wills, and Thomas Griffith.)
• "When to Target Heads of Government in War," World Defense Systems, Vol 7 No 1 (Spring
2004).
• "Wargaming the Revolution in Military Affairs and Iraq," Fire & Movement, No 133 (Spring
2004).
• "Systemic Effects of Military Innovation and Diffusion," Security Studies, Vol 8 No 4
(Summer 1999). With Emily O. Goldman.
FUNCTIONAL EXPERTISE: Energy and Environmental Security, Deterrence and Compellence in
War, Airpower Theory, Organizational Theory and Defense Policy, Counterinsurgency and
Small Wars
REGIONAL EXPERTISE: N/A
EMAIL: andresR2@ndu.edu