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Ep33. MAJ Scott Harr: A PhD in Foreign Policy While Living in The Kingdom

Ep33. MAJ Scott Harr: A PhD in Foreign Policy While Living in The Kingdom

Update: 2021-04-21
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In today's episode, I get to chat with my brother-in-law, Major Scott Harr!  Scott is an Army Special Forces Officer and currently a PhD Candidate at the Helms School of Government, Liberty University, where he is pursuing his PhD in Foreign Policy.

MAJ Harr,  holds an undergraduate degree in Arabic Language Studies from West Point (Class of 2006) and a Masters degree in Middle Eastern Affairs from Liberty University

He currently lives with his wife (my sister), Kirsten, and their son, Trey, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

In this episode you'll learn what took his family to The Kingdom, how a "kid" from New England came to speak fluent Arabic and several of its dialects!  And of course we discuss the work he's currently engaged in at The Helms School of Government!

Scott is a highly prolific writer and has authored numerous publications over the years.  Links to them can be found below.

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Connect with Scott:
scott.harr06@gmail.com

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A Portion of MAJ Scott Harr's Publication History

Modern War Institute (www.mwi.usma.edu)
“Causality Collisions: Why Special Operations Forces Remain the Best Weapon to Defeat ISIS in Syria” https://mwi.usma.edu/causality-collisions-special-operations-forces-remain-best-weapon-defeat-isis-syria/

 Military Review Journal (www.armyupress.army.mil

“Expanding Tolstoy and Shrinking Dostoevsky: How Russian Actions in the Information Space are Inverting Doctrinal Paradigms of Warfare”  https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Journals/Military-Review/English-Edition-Archives/September-October-2017/Harr-Expanding-Tolstoy-and-Shrinking-Dostoyevsky/

 “Brothers and Strangers: A Strategy to Promote and Prepare for Normalized Relations with Iran” https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Journals/Military-Review/Online-Exclusive/2018-OLE/Oct/Brothers-and-Strangers/

 “Trans-Rational: Iran’s Transnational Strategy for Dominance and Why it Cannot Survive Great Power Competition” https://www.armyupress.army.mil/Journals/Military-Review/English-Edition-Archives/March-April-2020/H

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Ep33. MAJ Scott Harr: A PhD in Foreign Policy While Living in The Kingdom

Ep33. MAJ Scott Harr: A PhD in Foreign Policy While Living in The Kingdom

Allison Marschean/MAJ Scott Harr, PhD Candidate