At Johns Hopkins, Lincoln Krause is a lecturer for the MS in Intelligence Analysis program.
Krause is a retired intelligence officer who served in the U.S. Army, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the Central Intelligence Agency, where he was a member of the CIA’s Senior Analytic Service. At DIA he analyzed insurgent, terrorist, and drug trafficking organizations and served as the deputy defense intelligence officer for Latin America. At CIA, he specialized in analyzing insurgent and terrorist strategy, organization, motives, and mindsets.
Krause previously taught in the Security Studies Program of Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service and at High Point University, where he was an adjunct professor of political science. He has been published in War on the Rocks, the International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, Parameters, Law Enforcement & Low Intensity Conflict, and the Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin.
Krause earned a Bachelor of Arts in politics from Wake Forest University, a Master of Science in strategic intelligence from the Defense Intelligence College (now the National Intelligence University), and a Master of Science in national security strategy from the National War College.