Senior Research Fellow at the Matthew B. Ridgway Center for International Security Studies
Dennis M. Gormley is currently a Senior Research Fellow at the Matthew B. Ridgway Center for International Security Studies. Gormley served as a senior vice president for 20 years with Pacific-Sierra Research (PSR), where he headed the firm’s east coast operations and served on its board of directors. Gormley has chaired or served on numerous Department of Defense and intelligence advisory panels—most recently on a panel assisting the Deputy Director of National Intelligence (Analysis) plan and implement the 9/11 Commission’s recommendations for improving intelligence integration. He frequently furnishes expert testimony to Congress and has served as a consultant to, among many others, Sandia National Laboratories and the RAND Corporation. Before joining PSR in 1979, he served in the U.S. Intelligence Community for 10 years, including as head of foreign intelligence at the U.S. Army’s Harry Diamond Laboratories in Washington, D.C. He is the author of three books, the most recent of which is Missile Contagion: Cruise Missile Proliferation and the Threat to International Security (Praeger, 2008), while his journal articles have appeared in Survival, Washington Quarterly, Arms Control Today, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Nonproliferation Review, Orbis, and many others.
In the news:
The Path to Deep Nuclear Reductions
Bolton is STILL wrong on START