SPEAKING FEES & AVAILABILITY
Global Fellow -The Kennan Institute
Woodrow Wilson International Center
University of Pennsylvania Adjunct Fellow
Former Sr Russia-Eurasia Research Fellow
National Defense University
Brigadier General Peter B. Zwack enlisted in the US Army in 1980 and received his commission via Officer Candidate School (OCS). He subsequently served 34 years as a Military Intelligence and Eurasian Foreign Area Officer serving in diverse and challenging duty locations including West Germany, South Korea, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Russia.
Inducted into the OCS Hall of Fame in 2015, BG Zwack is a recipient of the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Defense Superior Service Medal, the Bronze Star, and many other awards and citations including the Afghan Service Medal and NATO/Kosovo Medal. He was also honored as the Joint Chiefs of Staff “Action Officer of the Year” for 1999. He proudly wears the Ranger Tab and Airborne Wings.
BG Zwack now serves as a senior global fellow The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars – Kennan Institute – (The Kennan Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars was founded in 1974 to carry out studies of the Soviet Union, and subsequently of post-Soviet Russia and other post-Soviet states. The Institute is widely regarded as the foremost institute for advanced Russia studies in the United States.) Previously, he served as the senior Russia-Eurasia Research Fellow at National Defense University (Institute for National Strategic Studies) at the National Defense University.
BG Zwack regularly consults and lectures within the defense department, private industry, think tanks, and academic institutions on contemporary Russian and Eurasian security issues, and leadership lessons.
Peter B. Zwack speaks Russian, German, Italian, and some French.