Daniel Morgan Graduate School (DMGS) is excited to announce our inaugural presence in Europe today. Global security and counterterrorism challenges require coordinated and multi-faceted responses, including actions based on international exchange of knowledge and experience. It is in this area that the cooperation between Europe and the US plays a special role, which is why we at DMGS have decided to expand and direct our educational offer to students from Europe.
Dr. Steven Meyer, Dean of Graduate Studies at DMGS and Program Chair of our National Security Program, said:
Europe has always been home of the most important allies and partners of the United States. It is particularly important now, in a period of turbulent change in the international situation which puts new challenges ahead of our countries. That is why further development of the cooperation between the Continent and the United States is of key importance for our economies, defense and security.
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Dr. Steven Meyer is the National Security Program Chair at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School. He served 25 years in the Central Intelligence Agency as a senior intelligence analyst and manager. He specialized in European and Russian politics; nuclear weapons, security and defense issues; arms control enforcement; and psychological analysis. He was a member of the intelligence support for conventional arms control talks in Vienna and nuclear arms control talks in Geneva and for the medium-range nuclear weapons treaty. During the Bosnia wars in the 1990s, Dr. Meyer served as Deputy Chief of the CIA’s Balkan Task Force. Throughout his career, Dr. Meyer taught at as an adjunct professor at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA, and Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.