Ben Venzke

Chief Executive Officer, IntelCenter

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Chief Executive Office of IntelCenter, a private contractor that provides counterterrorism and intelligence support to the military and law enforcement communities

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During the Cold War, US intelligence struggled to penetrate the Kremlin, which ran the Soviet Union with an iron hand.

Terrorism and Cold War Tactics

During the Cold War, US intelligence struggled to penetrate the Kremlin, which ran the Soviet Union with an iron hand.

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