In the NewsSep 19, 2023
Aronsson and Deni in Golos Ameriki (Voice of America) discussing Russia as a strategic threat to the West
By Lisa Aronsson, John R. Deni
On September 19, Transatlantic Security Initiative nonresident senior fellows Lisa Aronsson and John Deni were quoted in Golos Ameriki (Voice of America) discussing Russia as a strategic threat to the West (text in Russian).
In the NewsJul 31, 2023
Deni in Elcano Royal Institute on NATO burden sharing
By John R. Deni
On July 31, Transatlantic Security Initiative nonresident senior fellow John Deni was quoted in Elcano Royal Institute piece discussing NATO after the Vilnius and the 2% spending target.
In the NewsJul 20, 2023
Doyle and Deni in Defense One on NATO’s defense on the eastern flank
By Gabriela R. A. Doyle, John R. Deni
On July 20, Transatlantic Security Initiative nonresident fellow Gabriela R. A. Doyle and Transatlantic Security Initiative nonresident senior fellow John Deni authored an op-ed in Defense One that examines NATO’s defense on the eastern flank and the improvements needed to strengthen the alliance’s deterrence and force posture.
Dr. John R. Deni is a nonresident senior fellow with the Transatlantic Security Initiative in the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. He is also a research professor of Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational (JIIM) Security Studies at the Strategic Studies Institute, the research arm of the US Army War College, and an adjunct professorial lecturer at the American University’s School of International Service.
Previously, he worked for eight years as a political advisor for senior US military commanders in Europe. Prior to that, he spent two years as a strategic planner specializing in the military-to-military relationships between the United States and its European allies. While working for the US military in Europe, he was also an adjunct lecturer at Heidelberg University’s Institute for Political Science where he taught graduate and undergraduate courses on US foreign and security policy, NATO, European security, and alliance theory and practice.
Before working in Germany, Deni spent seven years in Washington, DC, as a consultant specializing in national security issues for the US Departments of Defense, Energy, and State. Deni completed his undergraduate degree in history and international relations at the College of William & Mary. He holds an MA in US foreign policy from the American University in Washington, DC, and a PhD in international affairs from George Washington University. He is the author or editor of several books, peer-reviewed monographs and journal articles, book chapters, essays, and op-eds all of which can be found at johnrdeni.com.