David G. Muller, Jr. on Global Terrorism
October 14th 2010, 7-8 PM
David G. Muller, Jr. (Class of 1966) has been an intelligence officer for 40 years. He has served in Naval Intelligence, CIA, Defense Intelligence Agency, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and the White House. He worked in the private sector as editor and publisher of Foreign Markets Advisory. Mr. Muller is the author of China as a Maritime Power (Westview Press, 1983), peer-reviewed articles in the International Journal of Intelligence & Counterintelligence, as well as articles on China, politics, and economics in other publications. He holds an MA in Asian Studies from the University of Michigan and a BA in Asian Studies from Dartmouth College. Mr. Muller grew up in Worcester and attended the Academy as a day student. He was especially active in Eta Kappa Alpha.
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