Recognized around the world as a national security and defense expert, Dr. Phillip Karber specializes in such topics as future warfare, defense planning, and political-military relations. Throughout his career, he has served as a member of Defense Secretary Schlesinger’s DARPA/DNA Selective Nuclear Options panels and led the first NATO Net Assessment in the 1980s. Additionally, Dr. Phillip Karber has served as an advisor to various foreign governments. Currently, Dr. Phillip Karber leads the Potomac Foundation as president. He had been a senior fellow at the foundation since its founding in 1988 before his appointment to president in 2012. Beyond his role at the Potomac Foundation, Dr. Karber has experience as a business executive and university professor. He previously spent more than 20 years working for BDM Corporation and was chairman of the board for the JFK International Air Terminal project from 1997 to 2004. In terms of academics, he is the founding director of Georgetown University’s Asian Arms Control Project, and he has taught military strategy and international security studies at the university since 1978. Dr. Karber received his bachelor’s degree in political science from Pepperdine College and a doctor of philosophy in international law from Georgetown University.

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