Philip Mudd

former Deputy Director, CIA's Counterterrorism Center

Guest

Senior global advisor at Oxford Analytica, a private consulting firm and senior research fellow at the New America Foundation; former Deputy Director of the CIA's Counterterrorism Center (1992) and, later, second-in-charge of national security at the FBI (2005-2010)

Philip Mudd on KCRW

Since September 11 — most recently in Baltimore, Portland and Washington, DC -- suspects have been arrested before the terrorist acts they were planning ever occurred.  Young Muslim…

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The  9-11 Commission  led by Lee Hamilton and Tom Kean established the  National Security Preparedness Group  to follow its work with periodic assessments of terrorist threats to the…

September 11, Nine Years Later

The 9-11 Commission led by Lee Hamilton and Tom Kean established the National Security Preparedness Group to follow its work with periodic assessments of terrorist threats to the…

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