Johns Hopkins students:
For United Nations
For Nation Building
For Global Issues (new course underdevelopment)
For Defense Policy I (new version under development)
For Defense Policy II (no longer supported)
For Methods (no longer supported)
Johns Hopkins and George Washington students:
Shaping U.S. Military Forces: Revolution or Relevance after the Cold War:
I can no longer distribute the material developed for the Defense Policy courses at JHU or the Roles and Missions course at GWU. The manuscript, however, is now available through outlets like Barnes & Noble and Amazon.
Professor: D. Robert Worley, Ph.D.
Web Pages: www.drworley.org
Office Hours: By appointment.
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