The Pell Center at Salve Regina University announced the addition of Raymond J. Raymond as an adjunct fellow. A frequent lecturer at Salve Regina University in recent years, Dr. Raymond is an expert on UK, US and European national security and foreign relations issues whose insights are much sought-after at conferences in the United States and around the globe.
“We are delighted to have Dr. Raymond affiliated with the Pell Center,” said Executive Director Jim Ludes. “His lectures at the University have been well received and compelling. We look forward to helping to share the fruits of his research with a larger community.”
Dr. Raymond earned his doctorate at University of Kansas in Modern History. He completed his post-doctoral fellowship in history at Yale University. As a former British Diplomat, Dr. Raymond served Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II until 2005, after which he worked for the Chief of Staff of the US Army to develop the academic program at the US Military Academy. The themes of his work have centered on courage; the importance of alliances; and the central role of diplomacy in preventing, managing, and resolving conflicts past and present. Dr. Raymond is a professor of government & history at the State University of New York Ulster and an adjunct professor at the US Military Academy, West Point.
Dr. Raymond is currently working on a collective biography of five recent recipients of the Ninninger Medal for exceptional selfless courage, which is West Point’s equivalent of the Medal of Honor