Senior Adviser, Atlantic Council
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November 30, 2015Atlantic Council Senior Advisor Harlan Ullman writes for United Press International on the discrepancies in the qualifications of the top Republican party candidates for president:
November 16, 2015Atlantic Council Senior Adviser Harlan Ullman writes for United Press International on the need for a revitalized NATO to confront the challenges currently facing the alliance:
November 09, 2015Atlantic Council Senior Adviser Harlan Ullman writes for United Press International on the impact other vice presidential candidates could have had on either George H.W. Bush or George W. Bush's presidencies:
November 05, 2015Atlantic Council Senior Adviser Harlan Ullman writes for United Press International on the Obama administration's Middle East policy:
October 28, 2015Atlantic Council Senior Adviser Harlan Ullman writes for United Press International on NATO's future amid rising tensions with Russia:
He is also a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the National Defense University and Chairman of the Killowen Group, which advises leaders in business and government; the Chairman or Vice Chairman of a number of private companies and advisory boards; and a Director of the Wall Street Fund, one of the nation's first mutual funds.
A former naval person with 150 combat operations and missions in Vietnam in patrol boats and later commands, he is on the advisory boards for the Supreme Allied Commander Europe and serves as an advisor for the Pentagon's Business Transformation Agency.
Ullman is a regular columnist for UPI and the author of numerous policy books. His major interests are global security and coping with nontraditional threats.