Wikistrat Expert Patricia DeGennaro

Patricia DeGennaro

Geopolitical Risk Analyst

Patricia DeGennaro is a geopolitical adviser for the U.S. Army and an adjunct professor of international security at New York University’s Department of International Relations. She recently completed a Franklin Fellowship at the United States Agency for International Development in the Office of Civilian Military Cooperation. DeGennaro capitalizes on more than 20 years of experience as an international security and geopolitical consultant.

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Biography

Patricia DeGennaro is a geopolitical adviser for the U.S. Army and an adjunct professor of international security at New York University’s Department of International Relations. She recently completed a Franklin Fellowship at the United States Agency for International Development in the Office of Civilian Military Cooperation. DeGennaro capitalizes on more than 20 years of experience as an international security and geopolitical consultant. Her subject matter expertise focuses on Afghanistan, the Middle East, the Arab Gulf States, Pakistan and Iran.

DeGennaro publishes on various international security topics including democracy, nation building, political violence, interagency cooperation, civil-military affairs and U.S. foreign policy. She is an expert commentator for CNN, MSNBC, Al Jazeera, Fox News, BBC, RT Television and various syndicated radio programs.

Wikistrat Analytic Community
Patricia DeGennaro is a Senior Analyst in Wikistrat’s Analytic Community

Academic Qualifications:
M.B.A. in International Trade and Finance, George Washington University
M.P.A. in International Security and Conflict Resolution, Harvard University

Areas of Expertise:
International Security
US Foreign Policy
Civil Military Affairs
Wartime and Post-Conflict Transition
Middle East
Balkans

Website:
http://www.patriciadegennaro.com

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/Tricias_Take

LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/triciadegennaro

Contact:
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