Dr. Sandor Fabian is a former Hungarian Special Forces officer with 20 years of military experience, to include heading the Assessment and Evaluation Branch at NATO Special Operations Headquarters. Dr. Fabian serves as the acting chair for Integration and Engagement at the Irregular Warfare Center, and works as an instructor, curriculum developer, and team leader at LEIDOS Inc where he supports the NATO Special Operations. Dr. Fabian is a graduate of the Miklos Zrinyi Hungarian National Defense University, holds a masters degree in Defense Analysis from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, a graduate certificate in Intelligence Studies and a PhD in Security Studies both from the University of Central Florida. Dr. Fabian is the author of Irregular Warfare: The Future Military Strategy for Small States and published several articles in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Fabians research interest includes irregular warfare, Russian and Chinese approaches to conflict, U.S. foreign security assistance and special operations.