Daniel, Dr. John Furman
Associate Professor, National Security Strategy
National War College
Dr. J. Furman Daniel, III is an Associate Professor of Strategy at the National War College. Prior to coming to NWC, he taught at Georgetown University, The George Washington University, and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He holds a BA from The University of Chicago and a PhD from Georgetown University. Dr. Daniel is the author of dozens of publications on a wide range of subjects including: international relations theory, the role of fiction in shaping foreign policy decision-making, Edmund Burke, Carl von Clausewitz, George Patton, technology diffusion, space colonization, and home-field advantage in Major League Baseball. His three books are: 21ST Century Patton: Strategic Insights for the Modern Era (2016), The First Space War: How Patterns of History and Principles of STEM Will Shape its Form (co-authored with T.K. Rogers, 2019), and Patton: Battling with History (2020).
EXPERTISE: Strategic Studies, Military History, and International Relations