John McLaughlin

Johns Hopkins University / Ozy

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John McLaughlin is a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic Studies at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a contributor to OZY, an online magazine. He served as Acting Director and Deputy Director of the CIA during the George W. Bush Administration.

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