Dr Michael Rollens

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Dr Rollens received his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree from the University of California (UCLA) where he majored in political science. He was awarded his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree at the School of Politics & International Relations, Research School of Social Sciences, College of Arts and Social Sciences at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra. At the ANU his Ph.D. dissertation focused on unique academic and intelligence methodologies and techniques that seek to reveal the context and objective meaning of factors as they impact and relate to public policy issues.

Since the completion of his thesis, he has focused on redeveloping this original concept which is now called Factor Analytics using factors that not only relate to public policy issues but also those types of events that deal with geopolitical, diplomatic and military concerns.

Previous to his recent academic and intelligence concentrations, Dr Rollens professional experience dealt mostly with various aspects of media. Over the years, Dr Rollens has also given a number of speeches worldwide on various subjects of academic and commercial interest.

Currently, Dr Rollens is researching and writing a book that describes multi-discipline academic and intelligence methodologies and techniques that would be used to reveal factors that impact the causes of war.

Dr Rollens is a dual citizen of the United States and Australia. His avocations include extensive reading in history, political theory, geopolitical and military intelligence analysis, and social science subjects.