Michael Bayer is a former chief of the Department of State’s (DOS) transnational criminal investigative office. Bayer’s book addresses the ques- tion of how the United States can engage international partners more effectively to address worldwide manifestations of destabilizing violence, often indiscriminately labeled “terrorism.”
Bayer researched and wrote this book while participating in the Research Fellows Program under the Center for Strategic Intelligence Research (CSIR) at the National Defense Intelligence College (NDIC), Washington, DC. He received much support and assistance from two CSIR editors, Dr. William Spracher and Dr. Russell Swenson.
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- publication date: 07/04/2013
- ID: 1230000119975
- book language: en
- publisher: eBook Publishing Team
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