Paul Vera

CEEEP, Peruvian Army

Paul Vera

CEEEP, Peruvian Army

Colonel Vera holds a Master’s degree in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College, a Master’s degree in Strategy and Geopolitics from the National Defense University of Argentina, a Master’s degree in Military Sciences from the Peruvian Army Command and General Staff College, as well as a Master and a Doctoral Degree in Business Administration from the Garcilaso de la Vega University. Additionally, he has completed the Senior Executives in National and International Security Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (Harvard Kennedy School), the Joint Warfighting Advanced Studies Program at the United States Army War College, the Command and General Staff Officer Course at the Argentinian Army Command and General Staff College, the International Logistics Course at the Inter-American Air Forces Academy, and the Intelligence Advanced Program at the Peruvian Army Intelligence School.

In the international arena, he has been a Military Observer at the United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE), professor at the Argentinian Army Command and General Staff College, and Liaison Officer of the Peruvian Army to U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (US Army TRADOC). He has also been a professor at the Peruvian Joint Forces Staff College, a professor at the Peruvian Army War College, a professor at the Peruvian Army Intelligence School, and a professor at the Peruvian Army Military Academy. He is a contributor to national and international magazines such as the Military Review of the United States Army and Parameters of the United States Army War College, where he has published articles and essays, as well as co-authored the book “Security in the Framework of the Rule of Law.”

Areas of interest

  • Security and Defense
  • Strategy
  • Geopolitics
  • Strategic Management
  • Military transformation
  • Organizational Culture
  • Strategic Planning
  • Civil – military relations

 

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