Is the United States a Secular Nation or a Theolegal Democracy?
DOUGLAS B. SHAW is Associate Dean for Planning, Research, and External Relations and Assistant Professor of International Affairs at the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs as well as Senior Fellow for National Security Affairs at the Institute on Religion and Public Policy.
He is an expert on weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, and international relations with more than a decade of professional experience in multilateral diplomacy and political communication. As a Special Advisor to the Director of the Department of Energy's Nuclear Material Security Task Force for Russia, the New Independent States, and the Baltics, Mr. Shaw worked to secure plutonium and highly enriched uranium from theft or diversion in Ukraine.
Mr. Shaw holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and is a doctoral candidate in Georgetown University's Government Department. He has taught courses on weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, and international relations at George Washington and Georgetown universities.