GUEST OVERVIEW: Gregory Copley, AM has had a career in service to governments and societies around the world in the fields of intelligence, strategic philosophy, and industry. He is the President of the International Strategic Studies Association as well as founder and Editor-in-Chief of Defense & Foreign Affairs group of publications. He is also the Director of Intelligence at the Global Information System (GIS), an on-line, encrypted-access, global intelligence service (monitoring 290 countries and territories) which provides current strategic intelligence solely to governments around the world. Mr Copley has authored or co-authored 36 books on strategic philosophy, history, geopolitics, energy, aviation, national planning, and poetry. He recently authored The New Total War of the 21st Century and the Trigger of the Fear Pandemic, and has authored thousands of classified and unclassified studies for government leaders. He continues to lecture to senior defence audiences and academic institutions around the world, and has spoken at Oxford and Cambridge universities in recent months. Although headquartered in Washington DC, Mr Copley spends the much of his time in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. His recent work highlighted unique perspectives on the build-up to the current Russo-Ukrainian conflict as part of a broader conflict terrain, including the transformation of the Eurasian strategic balance. His varied career included owning several major shipyards and ship design firms in the United Kingdom, a chemical company in France, a water purification business, and a music publishing business in Australia and the UK. He served as vice-chairman of Scotland’s national airline. He has been decorated by numerous governments and institutions around the world and was made a member of the Order of Australia in 2007. He received high recognition and an hereditary title from the Ethiopian Crown in exile, and honours from other government and non-governmental organisations. Mr Copley has served as advisor to a number of governments over the past fifty years.
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