|Kalu N. Kalu is Professor of Political Science, Auburn University Montgomery. He has been a Research Affiliate at The McMillan Center for International and Area Studies, Yale University. His research emphasis is in the areas of institutional development and organizational change, citizenship and administrative theory, civil-military relations, IT-leadership interface, complex adaptive systems, national security and intelligence policy, and health care politics and policies. His works on citizenship theory and strategic policymaking have contributed to major advances in the literature. Dr. Kalu is widely published with articles appearing in leading peer-reviewed journals and handbooks, such as the Journal of Political and Military Sociology, Administrative Theory & Praxis, Public Administration Review, Administration & Society, International Review of Administrative Sciences, American Review of Public Administration, Social Science Computer Review, Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology, Defence Studies, Handbook of Homeland Security, The Yale Political Quarterly, and others. Among his books are State Power, Autarchy, and Political Conquest in Nigerian Federalism, published by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers/Lexington Books, 2008, and Citizenship: A Reality Far From Ideal, Palgrave-Macmillan Publishers, 2009 (co-edited with Professors Andrew and Nada Kakabadse, Cranfield University and University of Northampton, U.K., respectively). Dr. Kalu was President of the Kansas Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration (2005-2006), and a member of the Board of Directors (2002-2006). He was a 2007 Academic Fellow to Israel to study terrorism, counter-terrorism and intelligence processes, and he has been recognized consecutively over the years in several annual editions of Who's Who in America, Who's Who Among America's Teachers, and Who's Who in American Education.