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David Auerswald is a professor of security studies at the National War College (NWC) in Washington, D.C. He has been on the NWC faculty since the summer of 2001. In that time he has served as acting dean of faculty, associate dean of academic programs and on three separate occasions as a course director for major portions of the NWC curriculum.
Auerswald has published books and articles on a variety of national security and foreign policy topics. His most recent publications include: “The High North,” a chapter in Charting a Course: Strategic Choices for a New Administration (2017); “The Evolution of the NSC Process,” a chapter in The National Security Enterprise: Navigating the Labyrinth (2017); and “Congress: The Other Branch,” a chapter in The National Security Enterprise: Navigating the Labyrinth (2017).
He previously served on the faculty of George Washington University’s Department of Political Science and the Elliott School of International Affairs. He has worked as a congressional staff member on three separate occasions: on the personal staff of a House member, a senator’s personal staff and the staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Auerswald received his Ph.D. and M.A. in political science from the University of California, San Diego, and undergraduate degrees in political science and English literature from Brown University. Auerswald was raised in Hawaii. He is married and has two adult children.
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