Nonresident Fellow

Dr. Sandor Fabian is a former Hungarian special forces officer with twenty years of military experience. Dr. Fabian served in multiple national assignments and held the force assessment and evaluation branch head position at the NATO Special Operations Headquarters. Dr. Fabian is currently an instructor, curriculum developer, and team leader at LEIDOS where he supports NATO special operations education, training, exercises, and evaluation. Dr. Fabian is a graduate of Hungary’s Miklos Zrinyi National Defense University, holds a master`s degree in defense analysis from the Naval Postgraduate School, and earned a graduate certificate in intelligence studies and a PhD in security studies from the University of Central Florida. Dr. Fabian is the author of Irregular Warfare: The Future Military Strategy for Small States and has published articles in the Journal of Strategic Security, Defense & Security Analysis, the Special Operations Journal, Combating Terrorism Exchange, and the Hungarian Sereg Szemle and Honvédségi Szemle journals.