Charles L. Barry (CTNSP)
Dr. Barry is a retired combat soldier. His career in the United States Army includes operational leadership positions in infantry and aviation, and nearly ten years as a joint strategic planner in Europe and Washington. He participated in numerous deployments in Asia and Europe as well as the Caribbean, Central America and Africa.
Dr. Barry has lectured and written for over 25 years on transatlantic relations, Joint C4 network integration, and military operations and strategy. He researches command and control, stability operations, interoperability and force structure for the U.S. Army. Dr. Barry’s current projects include: NATO issues including Comprehensive Approach, New Strategic Concept and Afghanistan; EU military capacity and the transformation of EU members’ military forces; the impact of Future Combat Systems technologies on Army and Joint Command and Control; combat leadership topics, and cyberspace aspects of military operations. Recent publications include: Defense and Technology Paper (DTP) 57, Army S&T Investment in Interoperability (2009); co-authorship of Alliance Reborn (2009); chapter author in Civilian Surge (2008) and Transforming NATO (2008).
Forthcoming publications include: co-author on “Overview of Service Cyberpower Theories” in Cyberpower & National Security (Potomac Press, 2009), What Democracy for Afghanistan? (DTP series, May 2009); NATO Cyber Defense Policy (June 2009); and “Implementing NATO’s Comprehensive Approach in Complex Operations,” in the forthcoming book, NATO in Search of a Vision (Georgetown Press, 2010).
Defense Horizon #3: The Future of Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles (UCAV)
Defense Horizon #28: Transforming NATO Command and Control
Defense Horizon #58: NATO's Comprehensive Approach
Defense & Technology #16: Making IT Happen: Transforming Military Information Technology
Defense & Technology #20: Harnessing the Interagency for Complex Operations
Defense & Technology #24: Extending the Users Reach: Responsive Networking for Integrated Military Operations
Defense & Technology #34: Solutions for Northern Kosovo
Defense & Technology #43: Army Battle Command in Stability & Reconstruction Operations
NATO Review (April, 2008): NATO’s Comprehensive Approach
The Search for Peace in Europe (1993)
Security Architecture for Europe (1995)
Reforging the Trans-Atlantic Relationship (1996)
Accelerating on the Run - Business Improvement from the War Room to the Boardroom (1998)
U.S. interoperability with NATO (in Transforming America's Military) NDU Press.
Organizing for Stability Operations and Re-Balancing the Active-Reserve Mix (in Transforming for Stabilization and Reconstruction Operations) NDU Press.
Military Review: Military and Transatlantic Affairs
Los Angeles Times
Wall Street Journal, Europe