Andrew Campbell Bellevue Ne
Military Analyst based in Bellevue, NE
Dr. Andrew Campbell Bellevue Ne is a Strategic Integration and Policy Planner with the Department of Defense in Bellevue, NE. In May of 2016 he completed work on his Doctorate of Global Leadership at the Indiana Institute of Technology in Fort Wayne. He dissertation was entitled “Judicial Leadership: A Critical Analysis of Leadership within the International Criminal Court.”
He is an authority on Transitional Justice, and is well published in international business, leadership and transitional justice journals as well as conducts international leadership seminars. He is among the scheduled presenters at the International Institute for Restorative Practices World Conference in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in October 2016. Dr. Campbell is also s a contributing author to a new book called Promoting Global Peace and Civic Engagement Through Education, published by IGI Global. He is an in-demand speaker, who in early 2016 addressed the Leadership and Negotiation Seminar at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, the Netherlands.
Transitional Justice, Dr. Campbell explains, is a developing field of study. It is a set of measures put in place by different countries in the aftermath of human rights violations, such as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa following the demise of Apartheid. “Scholars claim that the global environment is characterized by the complexity of regional instability, failed states, state corruption, irregular conflict, and global terrorism that requires greater leadership to mitigate and resolve interstate or intrastate conflict,” he has written.
Dr. Andrew Campbell has worked in Bellevue, NE for several years providing expertise in developing strategic plans that contain leadership profiles of some of the world’s most dangerous rogue leaders. He says that the global environment will continue to experience increased political and economic turmoil, resulting in regional instability, failed states, asymmetric conflict, and global terrorism.