Osinski, David J.

David J. Osinski Osinski is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, The U.S. Air Force Air War College, the Joint Military Intelligence College’s Post Graduate Intelligence Program, and earned an MBA and BBA in International Business from the University of Toledo, Ohio.

He retired from USAID following tours in Khartoum, Nairobi and East and Southern Africa, and Antananarivo. He subsequently joined the Department of State and retired from Sana’a, Yemen to join the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, Geneva, Switzerland.

Colonel Osinski retired from the 322nd Civil Affairs Brigade, Fort Shafter Flats, HI. He has served in a civilian capacity in Baghdad and two tours in Afghanistan. Mr. Osinski has also lectured in International Trade, Business Economics, Management and Macro-Economics at the University of Toledo, Simon Fraser University, Western Washington University and Chapman College. Currently, U.S. Africa Command — Strategy Development, Doctrine, Interagency Planning, based in Stuttgart, Germany.

Development of Taliban Factions in Afghanistan and Pakistan: A Geographical Account, February 2010
2010 0-7734-3725-8
This work pieces together an understanding of the Afghanistan War, primarily through the principle author’s knowledge and writings, secondarily through relevant books and articles by other authors. The goal is to provide a “primer” that individuals with little understanding of this region can use to educate themselves on the real issues of the War, issues that are rarely spoken about in the filtered politicized Western media. This book will be of value to young soldiers or diplomats being deployed for the first time to this region of the world.

Price: $139.95