DSS @ MSU

 

:: AMBASSADOR JOSEPH R. DETRANI, Faculty, DSS 726 ::

Academic Experience
Missouri State University, Graduate Department of Defense and Strategic Studies Faculty.................................................. 2012-Present

  • DSS 726:  National U.S.-China Strategic Relationship

Professional ExperienceSenior Advisor, Director of National Intelligence.......................................................................2012-Present

Director, National Counter Proliferation Center, Office of the
Director of National Intelligence
.....................................2010-2012

  • Direct the activities of the primary organization within the U.S. Government for managing, coordinating and integrating Intelligence Community (IC) planning, collection, exploitation, analysis, interdiction and other activities related to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), their delivery systems and related materials and technologies, and intelligence support to efforts to prevent or impede such proliferation
  • Provide the President, the DNI and other seniors in the Policy, War Fighter and Congressional communities with relevant briefings and analysis
  • Work with foreign counterparts on nonproliferation and counter proliferation issues

DNI Mission Manager, North Korea, Office of the Director of
National Intelligence
.........................................................2006-2010

  • Established the Office of the North Korean Mission Manager, responsible for directing and managing IC activities related to North Korea
  • Provide the President, the DNI and other seniors in the Policy, War Fighter and Congressional communities with briefing and analysis on all issues related to North Korea.
  • Worked closely with foreign counterparts in China, Japan, South Korea and Russia on all issues related to North Korea
  • Responsible for monitoring the activities of North Korea

Special Envoy for Negotiations with North Korea, with the Rank of Ambassador, and U.S. Representative to the Korea Energy Development Corp., Department of State......................2003-2006

  • Principal negotiator for the Six-Party nuclear talks with North Korea

Director, East Asia Division, Directorate of Operations and
Program Manager for China, CIA
...................................2000-2003

Director of the Crime and Narcotics Center, CIA and
Commissioner, U.S. Port Security Commission
..............1999-2000

  • Manage counternarcotics and counter international organized crime activities worldwide.
  • Close collaboration with U.S national security and law enforcement agencies and foreign liaison counterparts

Minister Counselor, U.S. Embassy, Beijing, China.........1997-1999

Education
Attended New York University School of Law and Graduate School of Business Administration, 1962-1965
B.S. Economics, New York University, 1962
Harvard University, Certificate in Security Issues, Kennedy School, 1987

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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