Dr. Diana Bolsinger
Diana I. Bolsinger is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Security Studies and the former director of the Intelligence and National Security Studies (INSS) graduate program at The University of Texas at El Paso. Her research examines how Washington's clandestine security relationships historically have impacted U.S. policymaking. Dr. Bolsinger's current project, Dependence and Defiance: How Secret Intelligence Ties Broke the U.S. Pakistani Relationship, examines how Washington's secret programs in Pakistan shaped the overall bilateral relationship. She most recently published in The International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence and The Texas National Security Review. Dr. Bolsinger is co-director of the Texas Intelligence Academy and serves on the Board of Directors for the North American Society for Intelligence History (NASIH).
Prior to joining UTEP, Dr. Bolsinger served in multiple leadership positions in the Intelligence Community, including assignments in South Asia, the Balkans, Northeast Asia, and Washington, DC.
- INSS 3302: Seminar in Intelligence & National Security
- INSS 4301: Intelligence and Counterterrorism
- INSS 3301/5301: Historical Development of the Intelligence Community
- INSS 4351/5351: Professional Practices/ Professional Skills
- INSS 5305: Introduction to Intelligence Analysis
- INSS 3310/5310: Intelligence & Terrorism
- INSS 5311: Intelligence and Information
- INSS 5325: Political Economy of Terrorism
- INSS 4351/5351: Professional Practices/Professional Skills
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