Dr. MILO JONES is a Visiting Professor at IE University in Madrid. At IE, Milo teaches “Intelligence Tools for the Finance Professional”, “Geopolitics” and “Approaches to Complex Problems” in the MBA, Masters in Advanced Finance, Masters in Cybersecurity and Executive Education programmes.
In 2013, Stanford University Press published Milo’s book, Constructing Cassandra: Reframing Intelligence Failure at the CIA, 1947-2001. This work, based on his PhD dissertation. It traces the influence of the CIA’s internal culture and identity on four major strategic surprises: the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Iranian Islamic Revolution, the collapse of the USSR, and 9/11.
In the past, Milo has worked for Moran Stanley Dean Witter in New York and for Accenture in London. He began his career by serving as an officer in the US Marine Corps, during which he graduated from the US Army’s Airborne Course. In addition to a PhD in International Relations from the UK’s University of Kent, Milo holds an MA with Distinction in International Relations from Kent, an MBA from London Business School, and a BA from Northwestern University.
Milo is a Fellow of the Center for the Study of Digital Life, a US not-for-profit strategic research group dedicated to understanding the effects of digital technologies on civilizations. He is also a Fellow of the Salzburg Global Seminar, a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, and a member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers.