Richard B. Andres, PhD
Dr. Andres is a Senior Fellow and Energy and Environment Security and Policy Chair at INSS. His current work focuses on energy and environmental security and particularly defense related energy issues. Prior to joining INSS, Dr. Andres was a professor at Air University assigned to the Pentagon where he served as Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Air Force. He has also served as a consultant to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (during both the Clinton and Bush administrations), the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Office of Force Transformation, US Strategic Command, the Nuclear Posture Review, the Council on Foreign Relations and other organizations. His publications appear in such journals as International Security, the Journal of Strategic Studies, Security Studies, and Joint Force Quarterly. Dr. Andres was awarded the medal for Meritorious Civilian Service, and has received numerous academic awards and fellowships. He received his PhD from the University of California, Davis.
“Volatility in the European Energy Security Framework: Addressing Ukraine-Russia Gas Pricing Disputes,” INSS Strategic Forum (2nd Quarter 2010).
“Small Nuclear Reactors for Military Installations: Capabilities, Costs, and Technological Implications,” INSS Strategic Forum (2nd Quarter 2010).
"Energy and Environmental Insecurity," Joint Forces Quarterly, Vol 55 (4th Quarter 2009).
“The Emerging Energy Security System,” book chapter, in Global Strategic Assessment (National Defense University Press 2009).
“The Department of Defense: New Energy Infrastructure and Fuels,” book chapter, in Global Strategic Assessment (National Defense University Press 2009).
“Critical Decisions for the US Air Force,” book chapter, in Global Strategic Assessment (National Defense University Press 2009).
“Anaconda: Un viciado el proceso de planificación,” Air and Space Power Journal, en español, Vol XXI No 3 (4th Quarter 2009, reprint from Joint Forces Quarterly 2007).
“The New Role of Air Strike in Small Wars,” Small Wars Journal Online, (July 19, 2008).
“Deep Attack Against Iraq: Precision Weapons, Cyber Attack, and the Future of War,” book chapter in Thomas Mahnken and Thomas Keaney’s eds. Military Operations in Iraq (Routledge 2007).
“Anaconda: A Flawed Joint Planning Process,” Joint Forces Quarterly, Vol 47 No 4 (4th Quarter 2007).
“Deterring Chinese Cyber Militias with Freedom Militias,” Op Ed, GlobalSecurity.Org (April 15, 2010).
“The U.S. Military is Going Green,” Op Ed, GlobalSecurity.Org (June 26, 2009).
“Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Behavior.” Marine Corps Energy Conference. New Orleans, January 25, 2010.
“Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Technology.” Marine Corps Commandant’s Symposium on Expeditionary Energy. National Defense University, Washington, DC, December 2009.
“The Department of Defense as a First Mover in Energy Security.” Hill briefing. Rayburn Building, Capitol Hill, November 18 2009.
“Industrial Implications of the Department of Defense’s Energy Strategy.” DANFOS Business Consortium. Washington, DC, November 18, 2009.
“National Security Implications of Military Energy Behavior.” Behavior Energy and Environment Conference. Washington, DC, November 16, 2009.
“Intelligence Implications of Global Energy Security.” Director of National Intelligence Lecture. October 28, 2009.
“US Strategy in the Face of Increasing Military Tension in the Arctic over Emerging Energy Resources.” US Naval Academy’s 3rd Symposium on the Impacts of an Ice-Diminishing Arctic on Naval and Maritime Operations. US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD, June 2009.
“Opportunities to Collaborate with the Department of Defense on Energy.” Danish Embassy’s Conference on American-Danish Capabilities Within Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Danish Embassy, Washington, DC, June 2009.
“Arctic Energy Security.” Defense Intelligence Agency Symposium on the Arctic. National Defense University, Washington, DC, March 2009.
“The Department of Defense and Global Energy Insecurity.” Global Strategic Assessment Symposium. National Defense University, Washington, DC, March 2009.
“The Need for Air Mindedness in the US Air Force.” Eighth Air Force Commander’s Conference. Barksdale Air Force Base, LA, February 2009.
“Changing the Air Force Energy Culture.” Vice Chief of Staff’s Senior Energy Focus Group. Pentagon, Washington, DC, December 2008.
“Airpower in Afghanistan and Iraq: A New Vision.” Billy Mitchell Lecture. Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL, May 2007.