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)

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