Arnold C. Dupuy is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council IN TURKEY.
Dupuy retired from the US Army after twenty-five years of both active and reserve component service. He is currently a faculty member on the Naval Postgraduate School’s Energy Academic Group. Separately, he is chair of the NATO Science and Technology Organization’s Systems Analysis and Studies-163, Energy Security in the Era of Hybrid Warfare, a program to study hybrid warfare’s impact on energy security and Alliance cohesion. Dupuy also focuses on topics like the geopolitical aspects of energy security within the transatlantic alliance, as well as the US Indo-Pacific Command’s area of responsibility. He is an adjunct professor of political science at Virginia Tech and George Mason University.
In 2016, Dupuy completed a PhD in planning, governance, and globalization at Virginia Tech, with a dissertation entitled Changing Patterns of Regionalism and Security in the Wider Black Sea Area: The Transformative Impact of Energy.