Homero Saul Navarro, Ph.D, US Department of Defense Independent Consultant
Ph.D. in Political Science, The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX. M.A. Political Science, The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX
Concentrations: Foreign Policy, Islamic Studies, and Asian Regional Studies
University of Essex, Colchester: Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis
His research interests include International Relations, Foreign Policy, Comparative Politics, North African Area Studies, Central Asian Area Studies, Southeast Asian Area Studies, East Asian Area Studies, Globalization, Democratization, Terrorism, and Islamic Studies. Homero has been a visiting professor at the School of Public Affairs, American University American, The Elliott School of International Affairs, The George Washington University Transnational Security Threats, and the Naval Postgraduate School, The Center for Civil Military Relations Islamic History and Culture. He currently serves as a research analyst in the Department of Defense, USA. He has collaborated with the White House Situation Room in Cyber security Programs and Security Assessments involving he While House and the National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA.