|Institute for Corean-American Studies|
Previously, from January 2001 through November 2004, Bob served in the National Security Council as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Proliferation Strategy, Counterproliferation and Homeland Defense. He was responsible, under the supervision of the National Security Advisor, for developing and coordinating U.S. policies and strategies for preventing, deterring and defending against threats to the United States from weapons of mass destruction.
From 1992 until 2001, Bob was Professor of National Security Studies and Director/Founder of the Center for Counterproliferation Research at the National Defense University. Earlier, he was U.S. Commissioner to the Standing Consultative Commission and Ambassador to the U.S.-Russian Commission on Nuclear Testing, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Forces and Arms Control Policy, Nuclear Policy/Planning Officer at U.S. Mission to NATO, and Assistant Professor of International Relations/Strategic Studies at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tulane University, and Carleton College.
Bob received his BA from Saint Louis University; his MA from the University of Chicago; and his PhD from Columbia University. His awards include the National Defense University President's Award for Individual Achievement and the National Nuclear Security Administration Gold Medal for Distinguished Service. Bob also received the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Civilian Service (and Bronze Palm), multiple Senior Executive Service Meritorious Achievements citations, and was the recipient of the annual Ronald Reagan award for his contributions to U.S. missile defense.
|Links for Robert Joseph|
|Discussion on the North Korea's Threat.|
|2017 Fall Symposium.|
|Bulletin of September 29, 2017.|
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