Foreign Policy Scholar, Professor & Naval Officer
Last Update: Dec 2015
Haider Ali Hussein Mullick teaches graduate seminars on U.S. foreign policy and international security at the Naval War College and the Naval Post Graduate School. He is a Provost Fellow at Tufts University, and Senior Adviser at Red Teaming Associates.
Mr. Mullick previously served as a senior adviser on South Asia and the Middle East at the Department of Defense, and as a researcher at Brookings, the Hudson Institute and the Wilson Center. He is the founding editor in chief of the Fletcher Security Review and fluent in three South Asian languages.
Mr. Mullick's writings have appeared in Foreign Affairs, Washington Quarterly, American Interest, Yale Global, World Politics Review, New York Times, Washington Post, Diplomat among others, and he has appeared on CNN, BBC, PBS, MSNBC, NPR, ITN, Al Jazeera, among others.
Mr. Mullick also serves his country in uniform as a U.S. Naval Officer (Reserve) with the 5th Fleet, Navy's Central Command. Mr. Mullick has a BA in Economics and MA in Public Affairs from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, MA in U.S. national security from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, and a PhD/ABD in International Relations from Tufts University's Fletcher School.