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Fri, Jun 3, 2016

Countering Russian aggression in Eastern Europe

The past decade has witnessed a marked increase in Russian aggression and assertiveness. Many Eastern European nations, the Baltic States in particular, have recognized this disturbing and fundamental change in the European security environment and are responding both nationally and multilaterally. In “Countering Russian Aggression in Eastern Europe,” Jonathan P. Dunne, the Scowcroft Center’s US […]

Issue Brief by JONATHAN P. DUNNE

Eastern Europe NATO

Jon Dunne is a nonresident senior fellow in the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security.

Colonel Dunne was commissioned as a Marine Corps officer in July 1993 and has served on active duty for the past twenty-two years as an artillery officer and operational planner, both overseas and within the United States, in peace time and during conflict. Col. Dunne has completed three deployments as part of a Marine Expeditionary Unit, deployed in support of contingency operations in Haiti and Bosnia, deployed to Iraq on two occasions, and recently served as the plans officer at Marine Corps Forces, Africa, prior to assuming command of a rocket/missile battalion from 2012-14.

Col Dunne’s educational background includes an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Rochester, completed prior to his commissioning. Since serving as a Marine, Dunne has earned graduate degrees in military science, operational science, and national resource strategy, and is a recent graduate of the Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy at National Defense University, Fort McNair, Washington DC.