Harun Dogo

Next Generation National Security Fellow, 2012-2013

Doctoral Fellow, RAND Corporation

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Harun Dogo is currently a doctoral
fellow at the RAND Corporation where he is completing his dissertation on
national security policy of great powers in fiscal distress. Previously, he
served on the majority staff of the United States Senate's Committee on Finance
and worked as a policy analyst for the RAND Corporation at their offices in
Santa Monica, Washington and Brussels.

Prior to arriving at RAND, Mr. Dogo
spent time as a researcher at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and as
an aviation officer with the Bosnian Army. In addition to pursuing his
doctorate in public policy analysis at the Pardee RAND Graduate School, Mr.
Dogo holds master of science degrees in applied physics and in defense analysis
from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, as well as an
undergraduate degree in physics from the United States Air Force Academy in
Colorado Springs, Colorado. 

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